When you have acute or long-lasting pain caused by a work-related injury, you need medical care from James Mirazita, MD, and PK Suchdev, MD, at Pain Solutions, a team with extensive experience alleviating pain and who understand and support workers’ compensation requirements. Whether you go to their offices in Nashua, Gilford, or Concord, New Hampshire, or your medical care is handled virtually with telemedicine, the Pain Solutions team provides personalized pain relief that helps you return to a productive life. To schedule an appointment, call or connect online.
Workers’ compensation is a type of insurance that pays for the treatment of injuries and illnesses that occur while you’re on the job. Employers in New Hampshire must carry workers’ compensation insurance. If your workers’ compensation claim is approved, the insurance carrier pays for all your necessary medical services.
When pain is a primary concern, the team at Pain Solutions can provide your medical care while also taking care of your workers’ compensation by:
In many cases, you can choose your own doctor. You also have the right to a second opinion if needed. The Pain Solutions team is here to provide treatment that alleviates your pain and supports your ongoing health.
Workers’ compensation covers every type of injury you might suffer while engaged in work-related activities. The team at Pain Solutions treats pain caused by a wide range of injuries, including:
No matter what work-related health problem you have, Pain Solutions creates customized care that draws from treatment options like medication and numerous interventional therapies.
You should tell your employer right away and fill out an accident report as soon as you can after receiving your initial medical care. Reporting your injury immediately smooths the process of filing and getting approval for your workers’ compensation benefits.
You have up to two years to report your workplace injury and fill out a workers’ compensation claim. But if you wait that long, you’ll need to have documentation connecting your injury to your job. For that reason, you should be sure to give the physician who first treated you all the details about your injury, including how and where it happened.
Whether you’re injured due to lifting, carrying, falling, repetitive motion, or an accident involving tools or vehicles, the care you need is available at Pain Solutions. Call or use the online booking feature to schedule an appointment today.