Colorado’s Leading Occupational Health Clinic
At Colorado Occupational Medical Partners, our mission is to deliver the highest quality of occupational health care and physical rehabilitation to return patients to their highest level of function. Our team is dedicated to both employers and patients, and we strive to develop strong, positive relationships with a culture based on safety, transparency, empathy, and trust.
Our physicians are board-certified in occupational medicine, and work closely with occupational therapists to deliver superior, outcome-based care to injured workers. We pride ourselves on making the process of rehabilitative therapy and return to work seamless and stress-free, so you can focus on keeping your business running.
If you are in need of pre-employment exams, rehabilitative therapy and more, let our highly experienced team be your source for any and all issues related to occupational medicine. Request an appointment online or call an office near you to learn more about our expert services.
personalized treatment plans
Physical Therapy for Employees
Colorado Occupational Medical Partners offers physical therapy regimens specially tailored for work injury recovery. Patients will first undergo a physical exam, including testing procedures and a look into their health history. These tests may include evaluating posture, assessing range of motion, and testing for movement and flexibility.
The next step is implementing a personalized treatment plan. We use a variety of different treatment techniques, including:
- Manual Therapy
- Low-Level Laser
- Functional Electrical Stimulation
- Dry Needling
Occupational Therapy | Certified Hand Therapy
Occupational Therapy From Certified Hand Specialists
At COMP, our occupational health services for employers emphasize not only excellent work injury treatment, but also employee education. We pride ourselves on our commitment to helping employees how to live and work safely and healthily. As part of our occupational therapy treatments, we provide Certified Hand Therapy.
Our certified hand therapists are trained in providing evaluation and treatment of acute, post-surgical and cumulative trauma injuries involving upper extremities. Hand therapy treatment is generally regarded as non-invasive, and can be utilized on its own, or pre or post-surgery. If you have an employee that is searching for an “occupational therapist near me,” consider COMP your best resource for their treatment and recovery. Call or request an appointment online today to learn more about our occupational medicine services.
Expert-Level, Patient-Focused Exams
Employee Evaluations & Wellness Programs
As part of a robust work wellness program, employers should take advantage of the variety of evaluations offered at COMP. These evaluations accurately assess an employee’s physical fitness before being accepted into the workplace, and help injured employees make timely, safe returns to work. We provide the following evaluations to our patients:
- Functional Capacity Evaluations
- Work Conditioning and Hardening
- Employment Agility Screenings
- Ergonomic Evaluations
For accurate diagnoses and superior occupational health treatment, look no further than Colorado Occupational Medical Partners. Call a location near you to learn how to get started with our services.
Frequently Asked Questions
How does rehabilitative therapy differ from physical therapy?
Rehabilitative therapy involves helping a patient recover from a moderate to severe injury, whereas physical therapy focuses on the safe restoration of function through strength, fitness, and mobility exercises.
What’s the difference between work hardening vs work conditioning?
Although they share a similar focus, work hardening and work conditioning are not the same. Work hardening is a personalized, structured program that helps injured employees return to their pre-injury work capacity safely and quickly. Work conditioning focuses on building up strength, motor control, endurance, and other functional abilities, and is considered the middle step in returning an employee to work.
How do ergonomic evaluations help employers?
Ergonomic evaluations, also called ergonomic risk assessments, evaluate an employee’s risk of contracting musculoskeletal disorders or injuries. Such disorders can arise when there is a mismatch between the design of a workspace and the employee’s capabilities. The goal of an ergonomic evaluation is to maximize workers’ health, well being, and job performance.
What are the benefits of hand therapy?
Hand therapy can provide several huge benefits to improve patient outcomes and quality of life, including:
- Effective treatment without surgery
- Assisted recovery if surgery is needed
- Alleviated chronic pain or soreness
- Reduced sensitivity from nerve problems or damage
- Restored feeling after a nerve injury
- Working with the patient to develop effective at-home activities and exercises
- Helping patients to recover and return to work faster after an injury