Injuries that occur at work can cause pain, impair mobility/functionality, and negatively affect your overall quality of life. Depending upon their severity, on-the-job injuries may prevent you from continuing to perform your work duties, which can strain finances and take an emotional toll. Whether you’ve sustained an acute traumatic injury in an accident or a stress injury that developed over time, achieving optimal recovery can depend upon the quality of your medical care and the scope of services you have access to. At Garden State Orthopaedic Associates our top orthopaedic surgeons have expertise in the diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of all types of work-related injuries. Along with providing state-of-the-art surgical options that include minimally invasive techniques, we offer a full range of non-surgical treatment options, physical therapy, and occupational therapy services. Our goal is always to develop customized and comprehensive treatment plans that reduce pain, improve functionality, and help prevent re-injury in the future.
If you have been injured at work or as a result of work-related duties, we recommend that you contact Garden State Orthopaedic Associates to schedule an appointment as soon as possible.
Types of Work-Related Injuries We Treat
Occupational injuries can affect any part of the body and impact multiple areas of the body at once. At Garden State Orthopaedic Associates we specialize in treatment of all types of musculoskeletal injuries and damage. Most commonly, patients with work-related injuries are diagnosed with the following:
- Soft tissue injuries (damage to muscles, ligaments, tendons, and joint cartilage)
- Dislocated bones
- Nerve damage
Whether your injury affects the neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, fingers, spine, hips, legs, knees, ankles, or feet, our experienced medical team has the diverse expertise necessary to improve your physical well-being. We offer a broad range of surgical procedures designed to effectively repair varying degrees of musculoskeletal damage:
- Hand-elbow-wrist surgery
- Shoulder surgery
- Spine surgery
- Hip surgery
- Knee surgery
- Foot and ankle surgery
For more information about occupational injuries and the treatment options we offer at Garden State Orthopaedic Associates, please contact our office to schedule an appointment.