They say a workplace injury happens every 7 seconds, and some workplace injuries are severe enough that the affected individual may have to miss time and apply for worker’s compensation. While worker’s compensation will take care of you financially while you miss work, you will need to get the care you need in the meantime to rehab from your injury.
The length and intensity of your rehab will depend on the nature of the injury, but you must begin your rehab quickly or the injury could become worse. It is possible for you to receive physical therapy in your home from an accredited professional to help you rehab from your injury.
How Assisting Hands Home Care Can Help
Assisting Hands Home Care can help those on worker’s compensation in Fort Myers, Bonita Springs, and Cape Coral, FL rehab with our in-home physical therapy services. We will send an accredited physical therapist to your home to evaluate your condition and create a rehab plan that will help you recover from your injury. Your rehab plan will be tailored to your specific needs so you can recover quickly and get back to work.
Physical Therapy for Workplace Injuries
At Assisting Hands Home Care, our accredited physical therapists have the expertise to help you rehab from various work injuries. We will send a physical therapist to your home within 48 hours of your initial call to evaluate your condition. They will then work with you and your physician to form a rehabilitation program that compliments the treatment you are receiving from your physician.
Our therapist will implement the rehab program in your home and monitor your condition and progress. We will regularly communicate your progress to your physician and loved ones and adjust the program to ensure the best results. Our physical therapist may also work with assistants who will receive detailed instructions on your rehab program from the therapist. The assistants will always work under the supervision of the physical therapist as they administer treatment.
Our physical therapists will take care of the following during your worker’s comp rehab:
- Creation and implementation of a rehab plan in coordination with your physician. The rehab plan can be adjusted as necessary.
- Testing and documentation of your progress.
- Meetings with your physician to report on your progress and adjust the program.
- Instruction and supervision of assistants implementing rehab treatment.
- Documentation of the instructions from your physician and your progress on your rehab.
If you are on worker’s compensation due to an injury and need physical therapy, contact Assisting Hands Fort Myers to learn how we can help with your rehab in your home. Our accredited physical therapist will take control of your rehab and help coordinate your care and recovery with your physician.
Give us a call at (239) 221-6326 for more information about our in-home rehab services in Fort Myers, Bonita Springs, Cape Coral, FL and the surrounding areas.