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Why injured employees should wait to return to work

An accident can cause you to miss work while you heal. The waiting period can sometimes be the most painful part of the process. You might be the kind of person who needs to feel productive. Alternatively, you might worry about losing income and paying for medical fees.

Simple injuries at work can onset serious pain syndromes

Fast forward a few weeks after a small injury at work - months later you are now in searing pain and doctors cannot find an answer. You feel burning hot all the time; even in chilly Colorado temperatures. You may be suffering from a case of Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), also called Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD).

Tips to prevent back pain at work

Although workplace injuries and accidents sometimes happen in Colorado, physical fatigue from the daily grind is much more common. Many people suffer from back and neck pain at work, whether it’s from too little or too much movement. You might feel incredibly sore at the end of the day simply from doing your job.

Seasonal retail employees have workers’ compensation rights

The holiday season is a hectic time for retail workers. You are often working longer and irregular hours in stores with impatient shoppers while trying to meet the needs of the business. Many retailers rely on seasonal workers during this time to manage the additional load.

Unique MRI can predict chronic pain after a whiplash injury

Remember that “not-so-bad” accident you had at work the other week? It might return to haunt you weeks or even months from now with severe chronic pain if the accident involved any form of whiplash. These types of injuries can have lasting effects—even putting someone in so much pain that they will be affected by it every day for the rest of their life.

The passion of the nurse

In a 2015 study, the Bureau of Labor Statistics found that approximately five of every 1,000 registered nurses in the United States missed work due to injury. Of all the physical damage these medical professionals face on a daily basis, back injuries topped the list.

Some essential information for those about to start receiving disability benefits

There is perhaps no better moment for someone dealing with an incapacitating injury or illness than the day they learn their application for Social Security disability benefits has been approved. Indeed, it means they now have access to a sort of financial lifeline that they can use to help cover basic necessities.

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