The Value-Added Benefits of Using MAO for Workers Comp Injuries
Where your employees seek treatment for on-the-job injuries can have a significant impact on the final cost of a claim. At MidAmerica Orthopaedics, patients receive direct access to specialists the same day as their injury. That kind of definitive care from the onset of an injury eliminates delays that can keep employees out of work unnecessarily.
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Top 5 Benefits of Orthopaedic Immediate Care
Imagine a medical facility that can diagnose and treat your injury in a single visit, no doctor’s note required. Where you’ll have prompt access to trusted experts and the best diagnostic equipment and treatment methods around.
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Common Diagnostic Tests Performed at Our Orthopaedic Immediate Care
Someone who just sustained an injury wants to understand what’s wrong as soon as possible. At Orthopaedic Immediate Care clinics, that person will get immediate access to a variety of state-of-the-art diagnostic technologies.
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Orthopaedic Immediate Care vs The Emergency Room
No one expects to sprain an ankle on the way to work. The first reaction for many people with this type of common injury is to head for the nearest emergency room. Others limp around for days, hoping the injury will go away. In the pain of the moment, it can be hard to know which option is the right one.
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Conservative and Surgical Treatment Options for Herniated Discs
Think of your spinal discs as small, rubbery cushions that separate the bones in the spine from one another. Sometimes, these discs rupture or bulge. This is what physicians mean when they talk about herniated discs, which can cause one or more of them to press against spinal nerves. And yes, it can be just as painful as it sounds.
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Spinal Cord Stimulators vs. Intrathecal Pumps for Chronic Back Pain
When alternative pain management isn’t enough to treat chronic back pain, there are still many different options. Some newer techniques are getting pretty hi-tech. Two procedures that treat chronic back pain – spinal cord stimulators and intrathecal pumps – involve inserting small devices near the affected area that can be controlled from outside of the body.
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4 Facts About Spinal Fusion
Chances are you know someone who has complained about a sore back. Some 16 million adults have to limit their daily activities due to chronic back pain. If the problem becomes debilitating, spinal fusion is the most common treatment available to them.
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How Observing School-Related Tasks Helps to Identify the Need for Occupational Therapy
For a teacher, treating every student as an individual while also focusing on their unique needs and progress can be a challenge, especially with larger classroom sizes. Yet, teachers are in an important position in their students’ lives where they can identify certain behaviors or characteristics that may indicate a need for occupational therapy.
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