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Work Injuries

Injured on the job?

Have you been injured at work?

Did you take a fall at work due to a slippery floor? Did you fall off a ladder at work? Were you injured in a car crash while driving on a work related trip? Maybe, while working, you strained your neck and/or back from lifting some heavy objects. Or perhaps, over the course of your employment, you have developed an injury caused by repetitive motion. These are all common on-the-job injuries that may require medical treatment. If you’ve encountered one of these or another type of on-the-job injury you have a right to file a workers’ compensation claim and seek out medical treatment for your injuries.

Call today! Our friendly staff will set up your appointment and discuss the options available to you for treatment covered through your workers’ compensation insurance.

Need a form or more information about Oregon Workers’ compensation? Visit: wcd.oregon.gov/worker


What to do and How to file a claim:

  1. Immediately report the injury to your employer and ask for Form 801, “Report of Job Injury or Illness”. Complete your portion of the form and return it to your employer. The employer will complete their portion of the form, give you a completed copy, and then send it to the workers’ compensation insurance company.
  2. Get medical treatment. Yes, you can see one of our Portland Chiropractors without a referral, provided we are the first medical provider you see for your work related injury. We’ll ask you to complete your portion of Form 827, “Workers’ and Health Care Provider’s Report for Workers’ Compensation Claims” and assist you with the managing of your claim.
  3. The doctors at Hillsdale Chiropractic will assess your injuries and prepare a personalized treatment plan that will help to relieve pain and get you back to functioning normally as quickly as possible.

Ask about our Electrical Muscle Stimulation

Increases circulation of muscle nutrients

Flushes painful toxins out of the muscles

Stimulates the nerve endings and blood vessels to grow and feed the muscles

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