Injuries at the work place are very common and may be debilitating. Workplace injuries often occur because of high-risk jobs, lack of or scarcity in safety devices, lack of training, higher numbers of manual workers and repetitive stress.
Repetitive stress injuries are the most common types of work-related injuries with several risk factors, including repetitive, forceful, or prolonged exertions of the hands and prolonged awkward postures.
Occupational injuries can be categorized in many ways such as injuries by nature of the job, injuries related to various organs, and injuries based on severity. Injuries at the work place may affect any part of the body and at times at multiple locations. Most often, disorders affect the soft tissues of the neck, shoulder, elbow, hand, wrist, and fingers and develop gradually. Conditions that can result from work-related musculoskeletal injuries to the lower extremities include tendonitis, bursitis, torn meniscus, damaged cartilage and stress fractures. Led by our physicians, our medical team will work with you to prevent, diagnose and treat work-related injuries and conditions.
Auto Accident Related Injuries
While whiplash is a common injury from auto accidents, another common complaint of crash victims is that they don’t “feel like their normal selves”. They may also experience other symptoms like dizziness, blurred vision, headaches, back pain, muscle stiffness or spasms, neck pain, numbness and tingling in their arms or legs, fatigue, difficulty sleeping, irritability, memory loss and difficulty concentrating.
The reason people choose physical therapy treatment for injuries sustained in auto accidents is simple – therapy is exceptional in the treatment of soft tissue injuries, especially of the spine. Since the most common injuries associated with accidents in these events are sprains and strains of the spinal muscles and ligaments, it is only natural that physical therapy is the treatment of choice.
14 Day Statute
The Statute of Limitations states an individual has the right to seek treatment within the first 14 days of the date of the accident.
Any individual that seeks treatment past the 14 days will have waived any and all rights to medical treatment.
Pre and Post Surgical
Pre and Post-Surgical Orthopedic Rehabilitation
Our Pre-Surgical Orthopedic Rehabilitation program will prepare our patients prior to undergoing an orthopedic surgery to improve the healing time frame post surgery. The Post-Operative Orthopedic Rehabilitation program will consist of communicating with the surgeon regarding the type of surgery performed and discussing the preferred rehabilitation protocol to implement patient education for the overall rehabilitation.
Chronic pain, sometimes associated with conditions of the bones, joints and spine can be debilitating. Whether pain is the result of an injury or disease, pain management specialists work to help relieve suffering and allow patients to enjoy a more normal life. Our team of professionals work together using a variety of procedures and a custom plan of care designed to meet the needs of each individual patient. Physical therapists or other specialists in our office also may be involved in the plan of care.
Physicians who specialize in Pain Management offer a number of treatment options, utilizing the most innovative techniques and equipment available, including medication delivered in a variety of ways.
Our team can treat the following conditions:
- Central pain syndromes (post CVA, traumatic, phantom limb pain)
- Complex regional pain syndrome (RSD, Causalgia)
- Diabetic/peripheral neuropathy
- Discogenic pain
- Facet joint arthropathy
- Facial pain
- Failed back surgery syndrome
- Herniated (“ruptured”) disc
- Muscle strain
- Osteoarthritis/ autoimmune arthritis
- Pain associated with Auto-Related Injuries
- Pain associated with Work-Related Injuries
- Post herpetic neuralgia & shingles
- Spinal pain (cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral)
- Muscle sprain
- Cervical Epidural Steroid Injection
- Lumbar Epidural Steroid Injection
- Thoracic Epidural Steroid Injection
- Facet Joint Injections
- Selective Nerve Root Block
- Trigger Point Injection
- Radiofrequency Procedures
- Sympathetic Nerve Blocks
- Sacroiliac Joint Injection
- Shoulder joint injection
- Knee joint injection
- Hip joint injection
- Stellate ganglion blocks
Multi Care Medical employs a qualified staff to assess the extent of your injury and prescribe the best course of action.
Fractures, sprains and strains are typical if you live an active lifestyle, and depending on the severity, may be extremely painful. To determine the best course of treatment for your pain, it’s important to know which type of injury you have sustained.
There are a variety of treatment options available for fractures, sprains and strains, but first and foremost, rest and immobilization are essential. Keeping the injury still is the key to healing. Also, icing the injury helps prevent swelling. Common over-the-counter medications, such as Advil, can ease the pain and inflammation.
For a fracture (broken bone), a cast often is used to prevent movement, allowing the bone to heal over time. Sprains and strains, however, involve the ligaments, which may be partially or completely torn. Ligament injuries often need to be rehabilitated, and this is accomplished through partial movement. Multi Care Medical employs a qualified staff to assess the extent of your injury and prescribe the best course of action.
Neck Pain/Back Pain
For many people, the most frustrating aspect of having neck or back pain is getting understandable answers and learning which specific treatment option would be best for the problem. Many patients have unanswered questions. Why do I have back pain? Who should I see for this problem? Do I need X-RAYS or an MRI? Do I need physical therapy or injections? The best place to start is at Multi Care Medical with an evaluation by a physician who concentrates upon spine injuries and conditions. Our staff has years of experience in evaluating, diagnosing and treating patients with spine problems, neck and back pain.
Sports Related Injuries
Multi Care Medical is a comprehensive outpatient rehabilitation office that employs licensed physical therapists to treat the spectrum of orthopedic problems. Using a team approach, we are best able to tailor individual programs that meet the needs of any given athlete, as well as take advantage of some of the best specialists in the South Florida area.
Your Safe and Rapid Return to Sport
Starting with on-site athletic training coverage to prevent injuries and manage any acute injuries that may occur, Multi Care Medical is here to provide immediate treatment to expedite any further medical intervention. If outpatient physical therapy is needed, Multi Care Medical has some of the best trained physical therapists in the South Florida area that can be accessed immediately.
Our therapists understand athletic injuries and will not only treat your specific injury but will also test for possible muscle imbalances or biomechanical problems in order to ensure your safe return to sport and future health. Our on-site athletic trainers will continue to communicate with coaches and sports medicine specialist while post-rehabilitation programs are initiated. Immediate access to healthcare and constant communication amongst a highly skilled sports medicine team will provide for your safe and rapid return to sport.
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