WORKERS’ COMPENSATION PAINCARE CASES
Injuries are not isolated to certain jobs in a specific field. At Texas Pain Institute, we specialize in helping injured workers recover from conditions of all kinds.
Missing work due to chronic pain, or losing motivation and focus while on the job puts employers and their bottom line at risk. When persistent pain keeps an employee out of work for an extended period of time, it can become difficult to find a solution. At Texas Pain Institute, our goal is to help employees feel better as quickly as possible, while giving them the most compassionate care that satisfies both the employer and the employee.
Interventional pain treatments have been growing in popularity since the recent opioid epidemic. Our treatments help patients stay off pain medications that become dangerous when relied on for a long period of time. We treat pain at the source, tackling it with both physical and occupational therapy.
TEXAS PAIN INSTITUTE UNDERSTANDS THE NEED FOR:
- Coordination of care with specialists and supplementary providers
- Appropriate and speedy documentation, including status request forms and visit notes faxed within 24-hours of appointment
- Clear communication in a timely manner
- Limited or no prescription of narcotics
- Minimal lost work time
- Identification of absentee cases
- Quick recovery
- Expedited case closure
- CLOSE MONITORING OF TOTAL CLAIM COST
Effective and efficient communication and reporting are key for successful case management. At Texas Pain Institute, we place a strong focus on communicating on behalf of the patient’s treatment plan and status with all key stakeholders. We have the ability to manage a patient’s entire case or work strictly with the primary treating physician to ensure specific courses of treatment take place. You will have the final say in our level of participation throughout your case.
For patients suffering with long-lasting or chronic pain, and for employers whose goal is an early and safe return to work, interventional pain management can satisfy both the patient and employer.