• What are the most important factors when choosing a work comp doctor? (Responses) We’ve recently conducted a study among Work Comp Adjusters and Nurse Case Managers, asking them: “What are the most important factors when choosing a work comp doctor?”. The response we received was overwhelming. Let us begin from thanking everyone who participated in the study and took time to help us improve our Workers-Compensation-Doctors.com directory even ...
  • A case from hell – how to avoid complications when choosing a work comp physician Finding workers comp doctors can be a challenge. Finding a doctor who accepts work comp cases who actually knows what they’re doing is even harder. Many doctors claim they are experienced with handling work comp patients, but it’s often not the case. Delayed paperwork, unresponsive office staff, unexpected fees… Sometimes the case will simply not ...
  • How to find the best available Workers Compensation physicians for your employees? workers compensation physiciansAccidents at work happen every day and not only construction workers are at risk of getting injured while on duty. Even those employees who work in a seemingly safe environment, such as an office, may trip over something lying on the floor, or stumble down the stairway. When an accident occurs, and someone gets hurt ...
  • What are some of the most common difficulties when trying to find doctors accepting work comp cases? What are some of the most common difficulties when trying to find doctors accepting work comp cases? 1. Most online directories don’t list doctors who accept Work Comp cases The easiest and quickest way to find a doctor is of course the Internet. However, most medical directories don’t state whether the doctor accepts work comp cases or ...
  • What are the 4 main benefits of occupational medicine? Medical Center in HialeahEvery employer is well aware of how important the health of their employees is. A happy and healthy person is much more productive, motivated, and eager to work. In order to protect employees’ well-being, it’s wise to consider occupational health care as part of your larger health plan. Its main goals are providing a healthy ...
  • What are the common Work Comp Services provided by Urgent Care of the Palm Beaches? Work Comp ServicesWhen an accident happens at work, and you need to send the injured employee to urgent care, the very first question that is likely to cross your mind is: “Which practice will provide quality service in a timely manner?” If you are in Palm Beach County, we can give you the answer right now! Urgent ...
  • Is it possible to treat pain without opioids? Overusing opioids has become a major national public health problem — and it’s becoming an economic one, too. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of deaths caused by opioid overdose has been drastically increasing every year. To put an end to these striking reports and statistics, more and more physicians ...
  • What 4 treatments for knee arthritis are recommended by Dr. Wexler? treatments for kneeKnee injuries are common at workplaces. Everyday movements like bending, kneeling, or standing gradually cause the knees to wear out. Although knee issues are typical for construction, factory or warehouse workers, they occur in people across employment sectors. One common issue is arthritis, the leading cause of disability in the USA. In today’s article, you ...
  • Common work – related injuries we treat at our Medical Center in Hialeah: Medical Center in HialeahIn the past, if you were injured at work, you would have been sent straight to the nearest hospital. At first thought, it is a great idea. Where else would you be given better care right after an accident than at a hospital? It turns out, however, that if you have suffered non-life threatening injuries, ...
  • Are you looking for an experienced pain management physician who accepts work comp in West Palm Beach? You just found him! Palm BeachView Dr. Gorfine’s Work Comp profile.   Finding a good pain medicine physician who accepts Workers’ Compensation can be, paradoxically, a real “pain”. How can you be sure that the doctor you chose will not unnecessarily prescribe opioids to the patient instead of trying to address the underlying cause of the pain?? Is he board certified?? ...