With over 400,000 personal injury claims filed in the United States every year, it’s no wonder that car accident doctors and other personal injury professionals are in such high demand. When people sustain injuries, whether they are acute or the result of repetitive force, their best bet for recovery is an occupational medicine specialist.
At Colorado Occupational Medical Partners (COMP), we take an active approach to injury recovery. Our physical and occupational therapists in Colorado Springs, Aurora, and Thornton have over 30 years of experience, and work together with you to restore you to your optimal condition. Through individualized treatment plans, our therapists provide specific exercise, manual therapy, and other treatments to maximize your recovery.
If you need a personal injury doctor that is fully committed to your long-term health and wellness, look no further than the specialists at COMP. Request an appointment online or call our office today to learn how we can help you!
At COMP, we understand that no two patients' treatments will be the same. That’s why we make it our continuing mission to personalize each and every patient’s treatment plan, and connect with specialists when necessary to ensure that you can get you back to your daily life and activities as quickly and safely as possible.
We begin by giving you a thorough initial examination, evaluating strength, range of motion, joint mobility and other physical components. We then develop a personalized treatment plan that addresses your unique symptoms and lifestyle/occupational goals. After you have made adequate progress with our specialists, your doctor will devise a home program for you to practice on your own to ensure that you stay mobile and pain-free.
At COMP, our dedicated team of board-certified physicians and occupational therapists collaborate to give you personalized treatment for your injuries. We understand the importance of long-term, patient-focused care when it comes to personal injuries. That’s why our patients see the same provider throughout the course of their treatment. Some of the rehabilitative therapies we offer include:
Rehabilitation therapy is a type of therapy designed to help an injured body heal, regain strength, and relearn any skills that are too painful to do after sustaining an injury. Treatment may include specific exercises, strengthening, joint and soft tissue mobilization, along with modalities that help with pain and tissue healing.
Your home program may include education about proper body mechanics as it relates to work and home activities. In addition, you may be asked to practice:
Hand therapy involves the evaluation and treatment of injuries of the upper extremity, which includes the shoulder, arm, elbow, forearm, hand, and wrist. A number of different therapeutic techniques are used to help restore a person’s upper extremities to their highest function.
Virtually any person who works a labor-intensive profession can benefit from work conditioning and work hardening. Popular examples include: