Work Accidents (WSIB)

Often times symptoms such as neck and back pain can have a delayed onset.

Work Accidents (WSIB) 2017-04-18T21:51:29+00:00
Chiropractor Toronto

Experiencing a Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) or suffering a workplace injury can have a profound effect on the body. Often times symptoms such as neck and back pain can have a delayed onset. It is critical that if you have been involved in a MVA or workplace accident you visit your healthcare professional for an assessment to determine if you will require a treatment plan so you can resume your normal daily activities.

Humber Family provides a complete range of therapies to treat motor vehicle accident and work place injuries – even minor ones. Our health professionals have extensive experience in dealing with these injuries and provide exceptional treatment and rehabilitation. Our doctors have provided rehabilitation services relating to a wide range of car accident injuries and work accidents including whiplash, back strains as well as joint, muscle, ligament, tendon and spine conditions.

All patients receive one-on-one care with a doctor or registered therapist, in a private treatment room and treated with the highest standard of care, regardless of payer. Patients will be provided with a range of therapies to treat injuries including manual therapy, soft tissue therapy, physical therapies, laser therapy, acupuncture, rehabilitation, naturopathic care, personal training, assistive devices and/or massage therapy.

At Humber Family, we understand how overwhelming all of the insurance paperwork can be; especially in addition to dealing with the MVA or work accident itself.

That’s why at Humber Family we work on your behalf to manage all reporting and documentation required to continue your claim so that it is one less task for you to be concerned with. Your focus should be on recovery so you can get back to doing the things you love.

Contact Humber Family Chiropractic, Rehabilitation & Wellness Centre today at 416-744-7900 to schedule an appointment.