Chiropractic is an excellent means of dealing with workers compensation issues. If there's an injury on the job and you've gone down the traditional medical road to be treated, with little to no results, it may be time to give chiropractic a try. Chiropractors are professionals at dealing with underlying issues that potentially could be missed by other doctors. Locating the source of your injury could be the difference between fixing an issue and living with something for a long period of time.
In addition to being professionals at uncovering underlying issues, chiropractors handle the healing process without the need for addictive pain pills and potentially risky surgery. If you've been injured at work with a neuromusculoskeletal injury, make sure to go see a chiropractor for an initial evaluation. In California, worker's compensation covers chiropractic care.
Depending on your employer, you may go to a chiropractor immediately even if you saw another doctor in the first 30 days of an injury, and you are not satisfied with the treatment, you are allowed to seek another Doctor of any kind, after 30 days including a Doctor of chiropractic. Your choice.