Workers Comp

New York¬†companies, along with employers in other U.S. cities, report more musculoskeletal injuries than other types of injuries suffered in the workplace each year. Worker’s compensation claims, also known as “worker’s comp”, require a specialist who understands the system as much as how to effectively treat the injury.

Following an accident, workers most commonly suffer from back pain, headaches, numbness and muscle stiffness, which in turn could affect job performance for many years.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, sprains and strains – specifically those in the back – account for the majority of work-related injuries.

Dr. Kesselman can provide complete care for workplace injuries to help employees recover and return to work with as few complications as possible.

Chiropractic care has proven quite successful in helping workers compensation claimants achieve full recovery and reduce pain.

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