When it comes to workers compensation, no two cases are the same

To begin with all workers compensation clients need to have a current workers compensation medical certificate from their doctor with physiotherapy marked in the medical management section in order to visit a physiotherapist under workers compensation.

All our services are consistent with the WorkCover WA endorsed Clinical Framework in order to give the best health services possible to our clients.

At Aspire, our Physiotherapists are well experienced in work-related injuries and will be able to effectively assess and manage acute, sub-acute and chronic injuries sustained at work.

By combining our vast experience with the cutting edge technology of the AxIT System and our state of the art facilities, we are able to assess, monitor and treat work-related injuries including low back pain, shoulder sprains, neck pain and occupational overuse injuries such a lateral epicondyle tendinopathy (‘tennis elbow’), repetitive strain injury (RSI), carpal tunnel syndrome and many more.

Unfortunately, at times symptoms don’t settle as quickly as expected. Persistent or chronic pain is pain that hasn’t settled within 3 months, or pain that outlasts the expected healing times of the injured tissue.

A number of factors can contribute to this situation and there is the need for an extensive assessment and analysis of all these factors in order to determine the best pathway to a solution with an individual management plan.

We believe in the importance of a unified relationship between all stakeholders (the local GP, occupational rehabilitation providers, insurance company, the employer and of course the injured worker) and strive towards achieving best patient outcomes.

In addition it is important to us that we provide patient education to reduce injury risk in future and enable injured workers to safely return to normal work duties as quickly as possible.

We also provide pre-assessment screenings to help protect your workforce and reduce injury risk for all workers. To find out more visit our page on pre-assessment screening.

Need to see a physiotherapist for a work related injury? Want to help prevent work injuries from occurring? Book an initial assessment today.

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