|Exceptional occupational healthcare for employees|
Whether you're injured at work or sent in for a physical exam, you'll benefit from Alliance Occupational Medicine’s extensive experience in providing quality occupational medical services. Since we specialize in occupational medicine, we take the time to understand your workplace by either visiting with your workplace or speaking with your employer directly to gain a firsthand understanding of the physical demands of your position.
Regardless of whether we are treating you for an injury, or managing your medical surveillance, or providing travel vaccinations, our staff and board-certified medical providers always put you first, above all else.
At Alliance Occupational Medicine we view the injured worker as being an “industrial athlete” with specialized skills and unique injuries. We use a sports medicine approach to quickly and accurately assess an injury and provide access to medically appropriate care as quickly as possible. To help you recover we have a team of professionals at each clinic including physicians, physical therapists, certified hand therapists, chiropractors, an acupuncturist, physiatrists, a pain specialist and an orthopedist.
We understand that visiting a medical office may be medically necessary, but typically people consider it an undesirable way to spend your precious time. So, at Alliance we strive to treat you as expeditiously and professionally as possible. As a member of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM) we are knowledgeable and experienced in identifying and helping resolve workplace hazards treating job-related injuries, instituting rehabilitation methods and providing well-managed care. By using the ACOEM Guidelines and other evidenced based treatment protocols, we can help our patients have access to the medical care they need to expedite their recovery.
If you have an injury or simply or want to transfer care for your occupational injury to one of our clinics, we suggest you contact your employer or the workers’ compensation insurance adjuster for your case.
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