Workers' compensation program in Connecticut.

Workers' compensation program in Connecticut.

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When your employee gets injured on the job, it’s important that they get the care they need quickly. Not only do they need to get back to their life, but lost time at work can be difficult for everyone. At Connecticut Orthopaedics, we offer a holistic Workers’ Compensation program that provides the highest quality of care to injured employees and helps you decrease medical and lost time expenses. Contact us today to learn more about how this program can benefit your business.

About our Workers’ Compensation program

Our experienced team understands the nuances of the Workers’ Compensation system and works with you to get your employee everything they need to heal – from diagnostic tests, to treatment, to rehabilitation. You’ll have a single point of contact at Connecticut Orthopaedics who will handle all of your requests and communicate with you every step of the way, making your employee’s rehabilitation process as seamless as possible.

Our renowned orthopaedic specialists are experts in the entire musculoskeletal system and are laser-focused on your employee’s recovery. We treat patients entirely in-house, including imaging services, surgery, physical therapy and a return to work program provided by Temple Physical Therapy. We strive to provide care that works for you, while bringing down the costs of lost time.

How the program works: Our three-step process

  1. As a patient, your first point of contact is with one of our board-certified and nationally recognized specialists. Whatever your orthopaedic need, our expert team has the knowledge and skill to focus on eliminating pain and restoring maximum functionality.
  2. Our physical therapy team utilizes a customized approach to treat every person and every injury differently. Your rehabilitation plan will seek to improve your ability to move, reduce pain, restore function and prevent disability.
  3. The final step, our return to work program, is for patients who no longer require manual physical therapy, but continue to demonstrate decreased strength and endurance after prolonged inactivity. We’ll help instill confidence in your ability to perform core job functions by using real and simulated job activities to improve your biomechanical, neuro-muscular and cardiovascular functions.