Work Cover entitlementMRM Team2023-05-03T03:26:05+00:00
If you have suffered an injury at work that qualifies for WorkCover, you may be eligible for a biomechanical assessment. This type of assessment can help diagnose the root cause of your injury and develop a personalized treatment plan to aid in your recovery. Here are some of the benefits of a biomechanical assessment for workers’ compensation injuries:
Accurate Diagnosis: A biomechanical assessment can help identify the underlying cause of your injury. This can be helpful in developing a treatment plan that addresses the root cause of the injury, rather than just treating the symptoms.
Personalized Treatment Plan: Once the underlying cause of the injury has been identified, a personalized treatment plan can be developed. This may include exercises to strengthen weak areas, stretches to improve flexibility, and other interventions to improve your overall mobility and function.
Speedy Recovery: By identifying the root cause of the injury and developing a personalized treatment plan, a biomechanical assessment can help speed up the recovery process. This can help you get back to work and your normal activities more quickly.
Improved Quality of Life: Treating an injury via insurance can help ensure that you receive the care you need to recover fully. This can help you live a high-quality life, free from the pain and limitations that your injury may have caused.
Long-Term Benefits: By addressing the underlying cause of the injury, a biomechanical assessment can help prevent future injuries from occurring. This can have long-term benefits for your health and well-being.
If you have suffered a work-related injury that qualifies for WorkCover, we highly recommend considering a biomechanical assessment. This type of assessment can help diagnose the underlying cause of your injury, develop a personalized treatment plan, and ultimately help you recover more quickly and fully. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you achieve your health and wellness goals.