Services For Injured Workers

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Medical and Rehabilitation Needs of Injured Workers

At HealthBridge, we offer specialized post-acute services that address the medical and rehabilitation needs of injured workers. The key in meeting the unique requirements of our workers’ compensation population is blending the clinical expertise, high staff-to-injured worker ration (clinical and therapy) and the least restrictive setting to allow these injured workers to thrive medically, socially and psychologically.

Injured workers recovering from complex medical issues such as a traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, or long-term repercussions stemming from a work-related injury require specialized care, rehabilitation and options to address pain management. Our integrated care team is equipped to address all of these needs. Injured workers will have access to the latest, most innovative treatments, equipment and medical devices to address their distinct problems.

HealthBridge offers the highest-quality complex care, transitional care and high-intensity rehab services to meet the needs of injured workers at every stage of recovery. Our comprehensive and coordinated approach includes individualized treatment plans, an evidence-based treatment approach and a return to work/home program.

Our specialized program addresses the post-acute medical and rehabilitation needs of injured workers with:

  • Acquired brain injuries(traumatic, anoxic, complex stroke)
  • Polytrauma
  • Loss of limbs
  • Multifaceted wounds
  • Spinal cord injuries (all levels)
  • Neuromuscular disease, such as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
  • Other medically complex symptoms

Coordinated Care/funding Options

Workers’ compensation is a specialty market with particular challenges. HealthBridge prioritizes careful and comprehensive medical review, billing, and documentation. Our admissions team has proven experience and resources to successfully partner with workers’ compensation payers. We understand the importance of fiscal responsibility, setting payment reserves and creating cost predictability for our payers, while at the same time providing the best possible care for our injured workers.

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Commonly Asked Questions


  • The most common causes of workplace injuries include: slips, trips and falls; material handling; being struck by an object; being hurt by a tool; or long-term trauma caused by injury or strain.
  • There are nearly 3 million non-fatal workplace accidents in the United States each year.
  • Most workplace claims involve healthcare workers, truck drivers, laborers, freight and material movers — considered among the most dangerous jobs.
  • 15% of workplace injuries are related to manufacturing jobs.