Our decades of experience have shown us that if we can get professional athletes back on the field, we can get you back to work.
Recovering from an injury that occurred while on the job is not only painful, but time consuming. When you make the choice to recover with Dr. Droege and his medical team at Esquire we not only focus on easing pain, we concert our efforts on getting you prepared to return to the work force.
A variety of injuries can occur while you are on the job, depending on the type of work you do. For this reason a work related injury can happen on any part of your body and vary in severity. Our decades of experience have shown us exactly what to expect from the field you are in and how to best treat your injury.
St. Louis Work Injury Rehabilitation
Whether resulting from an accident on the job or a repetitive injury such as carpal tunnel, our facilities are equipped to help you recover.
Some of the most often seen work related injuries we see in our office include:
• Lower back pain: This is a typical and painful ailment for any Missouri worker who lifts heavy objects on a regular basis. Not only can we help identify the source of the pain, we can provide the post surgery rehabilitation you will need if surgical intervention is the only option for your back pain.
• Neck Pain: Neck pain is especially frustrating for a worker as it can lead to serious headaches, sensitivity to light, and even immobilization. Using a variety of therapies including pain management and acupuncture we can help to ease that pain and even offer you solutions to preventing it from recurring.
• Knee Injury: Falls are one of the more common work place accidents, often resulting in a knee injury. If you have undergone arthroscopic knee surgery to correct a knee injury, we are prepared to offer the post surgery rehabilitation needed to get you back on your feet again.
These are just a few of the services we are able to provide to Missouri and Illinois workers who are experiencing pain caused by their job. We are also qualified to provide you with valuable information that can identify the injury risks that your job imposes, check that you are physically qualified to perform your work duties, and educate you on ways to avoided risking the same injury in the future.