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Portland Urgent Care works closely with business owners in Oregon and Washington to customize a rapid recovery program specific to their industry. Whether you need treatment for an on the job injury or DOT physicals we have you covered 7 days a week. We integrate with Portland Wellness Care to ensure an expedient return to regular duty. To learn more or to speak to one of our occupational medicine specialists, contact us today.
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What happens if you are hurt or injured on the job or at work?
If you are hurt or injured on the job, you need to see a medical professional to help diagnose your injury and establish a treatment plan. You may need physical medicine to help you in your recovery.
What are the most common types of work injuries?
How does Portland Urgent Care treat on-the-job injuries?
Portland Urgent Care’s team is able to address and help you recover from an injury with swift action and years of experience to our name. Our clinic can treat a variety of injuries, and treatment will depend on the type and severity of injury. If an injury has long-term implications like back or neck pain, we work with our sister clinic, Portland Wellness Care, which also has a team trained in managing and treating work-related injuries. At PWC, we use a variety of treatment types, including chiropractic, physiotherapy, medical massage, and acupuncture to help mitigate the long-term effects of these work-related injuries.
Can workers comp pay for an urgent care visit?Yes. In Oregon when you file a worker's compensation claim and it's accepted, the worker's comp insurance pays for all of your medical needs.
Should you see a medical professional after an on-the-job injury?
Yes, it is always wise to see a medical professional immediately after a work injury to get your claim documented and processed.