Unfortunately, injuries while at work can happen at any time and can have long-term consequences for both the employee and employer. In cases of catastrophic injury, there are also serious implications for the employee, who may require long-term medical care, home modifications, impairment ratings and the negotiation of a settlement for case resolution.
At OSC, we understand the importance of helping the injured worker recover from their injury and also recognize the urgency of getting them back to work as quickly as possible. We are also dedicated to helping employers by returning their workers to the job as soon as is medically appropriate and will always release employees to return to light-duty jobs as quickly as possible. We will assist the Case Manager and will provide all necessary clinical documentation to aid with the following:
- Determination of Benefit
- Return-to-work status
- Independent Medical Evaluations
- Impairment ratings
- Catastrophic case management
- Life-care planning
In order streamline our services, OSC has a dedicated Workers’ Compensation Coordinator to assist you and your injured worker. Our coordinator is available to offer individual assistance with scheduling appointments, answering questions, completing forms, and communicating the healthcare needs for your employee.
If you are managing the case of an injured worker who requires Orthopaedic or Interventional Pain Management services, we invite you to call our Workers’ Compensation Coordinator, Victoria White. She will be happy to speak with you about any questions you may have regarding the employee and their Workers’ Compensation Injury, working with OSC and understanding the clinical services which we offer.
Victoria White, CMA
Workers’ Compensation Coordinator
Phone: (757) 596-1444 Ext. 321
Choose the skilled physicians and staff at Orthopaedic and Spine Center to be your resource for Workers’ Compensation Injury Management, offering advanced Orthopaedic and Interventional Pain Management services.