Work Injury Treatment in Washington
- Inpatient and outpatient services
- Assistance with referrals, admissions, and payer contracting
- Therapy available seven days a week
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Work Injury Treatment in Washington
For those seeking work injury treatment in Washington, Aleca has a designated workers’ compensation team that will coordinate and administer care, in addition to helping patients navigate the financial components of Washington workers’ compensation.
Through Aleca’s Washington work injury treatment program, we provide cost-effective, coordinated care and rehabilitation to help our patients achieve the best outcomes possible. Our team works collaboratively with payers, claims adjusters, and nurse case managers to develop an individualized plan of patient care and rehabilitation. Each care plan will be centered around the patient’s needs, and we’ll communicate any updates or changes with the adjuster and case manager, as well as assist with discharge planning.
Aleca helps patients maximize their workers’ compensation in Washington, providing access to both inpatient and outpatient therapy services for guests and residents. Whether administered in your home or one of our rehab facilities, our workers’ compensation services can include skilled nursing, home health services, pain management, palliative care, and outpatient therapies.
To learn more about workers’ compensation in Washington, contact our specialists. They’ll be able to help you understand the coverage available to you and help you devise a care plan.
Why Choose Aleca for Work Injury Care in Washington
Aleca has a dedicated workers’ compensation team. With our network managers, clinical coordinators, and certified therapeutic recreation therapists, we provide cost-effective, coordinated care and rehabilitation that helps our patients achieve the best outcomes possible––whether this means returning to work or regaining independence in the home.
Our Washington work injury care team works with payers, claims adjusters, and nurse case managers in a collaborative approach to patient care and rehabilitation. After consulting with the patient, we will develop a customized care plan centered around the patient’s needs. We’ll also communicate any updates or changes with adjusters and case managers, eventually assisting with discharge planning.
Aleca offers both inpatient and outpatient therapy services for our guests and residents. Here are just a few of the amenities available to our Washingtonwork-related injury patients:
- Private suites with kitchenettes, microwaves, and refrigerators
- Private bathrooms with showers in every unit
- Social and entertainment programs
- 24-hour licensed nursing staff
- Home health services for outpatient services
- Therapy available 7 days per week
- Restaurant-style dining, plus on-site bistro
- Beauty and barbershop on campus with hairdressers
Whether you’re looking to recover at home or in the comfort of our facilities, Aleca work injury care in Washington can help you get back on your feet and back to work.
Work Injury Conditions Treated in Washington
Work-related injuries that are not treated often continue to worsen, particularly if the same one must continue performing the same tasks, motions, or actions that brought about the injury or illness. In many of these cases, performing on-the-job duties becomes challenging or even impossible until proper treatment is obtained.
Luckily, in Washington, workers’ comp will cover all medical expenses to aid in recovery from work-related injury or illness. It can also provide some of the missed wages when injured workers need time off to recover. That said, not all providers of work injury care are created equal.
With Aleca work injury care in Washington, you can expect our signature, comprehensive approach to both medical care and therapeutic rehabilitation, whether this care is received in your home on in one of our care facilities. In Washington, Aleca can treat:
- Slips, trips, or falls
- Muscle strains and tears
- Repetitive strain injuries
- Injuries from crashes, collisions, or falling objects
Our physical and occupational therapy treatments include manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, dry needling, manipulation, and postural retraining, among others. Regardless of the treatment method, our goal is always to restore optimal function and independence to our patients. Additionally, our team will help you navigate the often murky waters of obtaining your workers’ compensation benefits.
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