Work Compensation

We work closely with both employees and employers to help design return to work programs

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Infintive Health is currently looking for skilled work injury specialist to join our team. At the moment we refer clients looking for work injury specialist to a partner of ours.

Work Compensation

We work closely with both employees and employers to help design return to work programs

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Employee Work Injury

Our primary goal for a work injury is to provide comprehensive treatment that gets employees feeling better and back to work quickly.

Infinitive Health works with the patient and the employer to provide timely care and rehabilitation services for work related injuries. We are experienced in industrial medicine, physical therapy, pain management, and ergonomic issues.

Infinitive Health is a full service, all-in-one facility, meaning we can oversee the full spectrum of work injury care from the initial examination to therapy and rehabilitation.

Our all-in-one approach allows our staff to better manage the patient’s progress and provide better and more personal care. In addition, it also keeps the recovery process on track to minimise lost income and productivity.

Conditions we treat:

  • All Work-Related Injuries
  • Back & Neck Injury
  • Lacerations, Cuts & Wound Care
  • Chronic Pain
  • Ergonomic Issues & Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Rotator Cuff Injuries
  • Heat Exhaustion
  • Work-Related Rashes or Skin Conditions
  • Respiratory Issues
  • Minor Eye Injuries

Work injuries can be extremely devastating, not only emotionally and physically, but financially as well. The most common types of work-related injuries are in the back and neck. Back and neck injuries account for almost 90% of injuries happening in the workplace. The goal is to heal the injured worker, that way they can go back to their daily activities in the safest manner possible.

Many work-related injuries are caused by regular, everyday activities on the job. Most occupations require a worker to do the same movements with their body, day in and day out. These repetitive motions, over time, cause the body trauma. Repetitive stress injuries (like Carpal Tunnel Syndrome) are some of the most common work-related injuries we deal with. These injuries are hard to spot right away because the onset is very gradual. Not only is it a very serious injury that is the main cause of absenteeism in the workplace, but it is the biggest expense in worker’s compensation.

Work injuries can be extremely devastating, not only emotionally and physically, but financially as well. The most common types of work related injuries are in the back and neck. Back and neck injuries account for almost 90% of injuries happening in the work place. The goal is to heal the injured worker, that way they can go back to their daily activities in a safest manner possible.

Many work related injuries are caused by regular, everyday activities on the job. Most occupations require a worker to do the same movements with their body, day in and day out. These repetitive motions, over time, cause the body trauma. Repetitive stress injuries (like Carpal Tunnel Syndrome) are some of the most common work related injuries we deal with. These injuries are hard to indicate right away because the onset is very gradual. Not only is it a very serious injury that is the main cause of absenteeism in the work place, but it is the biggest expense in worker’s compensation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Conditions we treat:

  • All Work-Related Injuries
  • Back & Neck Injury
  • Lacerations, Cuts & Wound Care
  • Chronic Pain
  • Ergonomic Issues & Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Rotator Cuff Injuries
  • Heat Exhaustion
  • Work-Related Rashes or Skin Conditions
  • Respiratory Issues
  • Minor Eye Injuries

This will depend on the condition that is being treated and how well your body reacts to each session.

While we always endeavour to do this, sometimes it’s not always possible due to other commitments and other patients.

No, you don’t, but if you are in pain, we do recommend visiting a doctor first.

Infinitive Health works with all major private health providers.

While we are a medicare provider we do not offer bulk billing.

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“We are committed to our patients ongoing care and recovery”

Cannington
Level 1, 1490 Albany Highway, Beckenham WA 6107

Phone    
(08) 6558 0570

Email
admin.cannington@infinitivehealth.com.au

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Kiwana
Shop 60, 4 Chisham Avenue, Kwinana Town Centre WA 6167

Phone    
(08) 6558 0570

Email
admin.kwinana@infinitivehealth.com.au

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