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Sanford Health Occupational Medicine Clinic physical therapy takes a team approach to managing care of the injured worker. Physical therapy is an adjunct treatment of the worker's medical care. It is our goal to effectively treat and rehabilitate the injured worker to allow them to return to work in a timely manner.
Most work-related injuries involve muscles, joints, bones and nerves. Overwhelmingly, more than half of on-the-job injuries are in the back. Sanford Health Occupational Medicine Clinic in Bismarck has a chiropractor on staff that specializes in treating these types of problems and can do so without medication intervention and surgery.
Chiropractic care is a hands-on approach to healthcare that includes patient examination, diagnosis and treatment. Chiropractors have broad diagnostic skills and are trained to recommend therapeutic and rehabilitative exercises.
With chiropractic services we offer the area’s only multi-disciplinary facility staffed with providers, therapists and a chiropractor. Our multi-disciplinary team works extremely hard to meet employers’ and employees’ goals to enable your employees to return to work promptly and as pain-free as possible.
Please call us today to set up a consultation at 701-323-5222.
Sanford Health Occupational Medicine Clinic collaborates effectively to assure patient safety comes first. One of the ways the clinic does this is by providing objective, workability assessments. A workability assesses the workers ability to perform functional tasks involving the injured body part. This test assists the provider in determining safe activity restrictions in the process of returning the injured worker back to their previous level of work.
Functional capacity evaluation
A functional capacity evaluation (FCE) is a comprehensive test used to determine the overall ability to perform safely at work. It is often ordered by an injured worker's physician, claims adjuster or case manager as a tool for determining a person's readiness to return to work after injury.
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