Under Arizona law, when a worker is injured in a job-related incident, their employer can compensate them for their medical care. There are two types of worker’s compensation available. Active care means that a medical professional is working to improve your condition. Most patients fall under this category as it relates to the initial treatments after an injury. However, if patients became permanently disabled after the incident, they may need what is known as supportive care. Supportive care is for patients who are typically unable to work any longer and require continued assistance. This is the case for many people suffering from chronic pain.
The TriState Pain Institute is dedicated to working with patients receiving workman’s compensation care. Our staff will ensure that you are receiving the care you need to get back on your feet again after an injury. We have plenty of experience working with insurance companies and making sure that they get the information they need from us regarding your case. Our mission is to make sure that you are informed about both your condition and the worker’s compensation process so that working with your insurance is as simple as possible.
For more information, please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have.