Workplace Injuries Specialist

Wisconsin Spine and Pain

Pain Management serving Waukesha, Green Bay, Sheboygan, West Bend, and Greenfield, WI

Accidents that result in injuries may occur anywhere, including your workplace. Work injuries may not cause immediate symptoms but still benefit from an evaluation and treatment plan. At Wisconsin Spine and Pain in Waukesha, West Bend, Sheboygan, Green Bay, and Greenfield, Wisconsin, the experienced team of physicians specializes in diagnosing and treating workplace injuries. To get the help you need and get back to your job and life, call the office most convenient to you or book an appointment online today.

Workplace Injuries Q&A

What are workplace injuries?

Workplace injuries refer to injuries or accidents that occur when you’re on the job. Lifting, falling, and repetitive motions may all lead to a workplace injury. These activities may cause physical problems such as:

  • Sprains and strains
  • Cuts and bruises
  • Pain conditions
  • Fractures

Workplace injuries may result from a single accident or develop over time from overexertion or repeating the same movements over and over again. 

Wisconsin Spine and Pain specializes in diagnosing and treating workplace injuries. 

The team works closely with you and your employer to make sure you get the care you need for a safe and fast recovery so you can get back to your usual responsibilities. 


When should I seek medical care for workplace injuries?

You should seek medical care for your workplace injury right away. Even if you have no pain or symptoms, it’s important to get an evaluation and treatment plan in place as soon as possible.

Delaying your initial workplace injury evaluation may prolong your recovery. 

How are workplace injuries diagnosed?

Workplace injuries vary, and the team at Wisconsin Spine and Pain conducts comprehensive evaluations to ensure you get the proper diagnosis. 

During your assessment, your provider asks detailed questions about your job, how the injury occurred, and the initial symptoms, if any. They review your medical history and perform a physical exam. 

To confirm or rule out a diagnosis, the Wisconsin Spine and Pain team runs various diagnostic tests, which may include blood work, urinalysis, X-rays, ultrasound testing, CT scan, or MRI. 

If your provider suspects a nerve injury, you may undergo nerve conduction studies. 

The team may also conduct a disability evaluation or functional capacity evaluation, which helps determine if and when it’s safe for you to return to your usual job duties. 

How are workplace injuries treated?

Treatment for your workplace injury depends on your diagnosis, symptoms, job, and medical history. Wisconsin Spine and Pain utilizes many state-of-the-art treatments and therapies to help you recover as quickly and safely as possible. 

Your workplace injury treatment plan may include:


  • Activity modification
  • Bracing or splinting
  • Physical therapy
  • Epidural steroid injections
  • Therapeutic or diagnostic injections
  • Acupuncture
  • Massage therapy
  • Chiropractic care
  • Neurostimulation therapy
  • Medication management

Wisconsin Spine and Pain also has a prescription dispensary for your convenience, which helps minimize out-of-pocket costs for medication.

Workplace injuries may have long-term health consequences if not treated right away. Call Wisconsin Spine and Pain or book an appointment online to schedule your consultation today.