Have You Been Injured in a Work Accident?

Our Nashville Chiropractors can help you recover

What is a Workers Comp Doctor?

The Chiropractors at Advanced Injury Care Clinic in Nashville help people recover both physically and financially after they are hurt on the job. 

Our dedicated team has years of experience treating work injuries and is familiar with the legal process as well. 

We can provide work injury patients with an accurate diagnosis, medical documentation, and a customized treatment program. 

To better serve the workers of the Volunteer State, we offer new Workers Compensation Patients a Free Consultation so that they get an accurate diagnosis and can decide whether or not Chiropractic Care is right for them. 

If you have been injured at work and would like to schedule your Free Consultation with an experienced Chiropractor, call Advanced Injury Care Clinic.

Don’t try and brush off pain just because you were hurt on the job. 

Your health is always most important to get the care you deserve. Advanced Injury Care Clinic is an approved provider on all of the major Worker Comp Providers in Tennessee.

Nashville Car Accident Doctor

What is Workers Compensation?

Workers’ compensation is an accident insurance program paid by your employer. If you are injured on the job, it provides you with the following:

  • Medical
  • Rehabilitation
  • Income benefits

Employers must have workman compensation insurance if they have a certain number of employees.

Your employer’s compensation insurance carrier will let you know whom they authorize medical treatment if you were injured on-the-job.

If you want to heal from your work-related injury safely and quickly, then chiropractic care is right for you.

Chiropractors find the root problem causing you pain and then treat it. It is safe, long lasting, and natural proper healing for your body.

Traditional medical treatment can be a quick evaluation with a prescription that will only mask the pain for a short period of time and not even treat your injury.

Your injury could heal wrong or you might even be putting yourself at risk of becoming addicted to harmful medication. Years later you may realize your back hurts and it is a result of an old injury not getting the correct treatment, so don’t let that be you.

Get the best care possible before you ignore your work-related injury.


  • Occupational Medicine
  • On-Site Diagnostics
  • On-Site Physiotherapy
  • On-Site X-Ray
  • Pre-Employment Physical Evaluations
  • Urine Drug Testing


Car Accident Chiropractor performing a leg stretching exercise
a healthcare professional, identifiable by a stethoscope around the neck, examining the knee of a seated person. The person’s knee appears to be injured, as indicated by redness and markings on the skin. They are both focused on the knee, suggesting a discussion or assessment of the injury. In the background, anatomical charts of the human body are visible, which are typical in a medical or physiotherapy office. The setting is professional and appears to be a consultation room.

Our team knows how to make sure your work-related injuries are properly documented the way your employer needs them to be done in order to provide you with the best care.

The report includes:

  • Date and time of every visit
  • Notification if you do not make your appointment
  • Diagnosis
  • Modified abilities
  • Expectation of when you will be able to return to work
  • Additional Referrals
  • Fax after every visit

Common Work-related Injuries We Treat

Neck Pain from a car accident

Types of Treatments Used for Work Injuries

Gonstead Adjustment: A chiropractor will thoroughly analyze the spinal region and make adjustments to realign the spine, reducing pain and inflammation in the affected areas.

Diversified Technique: This technique is a way to adjust the lumbar disk herniation’s which causes the majority of back and neck pain.

Logan Technique:  This is a chiropractic adjustment that involves applying pressure to the spine. The pressure will help realign the bones in the spine.

Flexion-Distraction: This is an adjustment used to treat scoliosis, joint pain, and other conditions that cause back and neck pain. This adjustment is where a chiropractor will stretch the back, aligning the spine which is done to treat disk herniation.

Soft Tissue Therapy: This is a massage that focuses on muscles and ligaments as opposed to the spine directly. Applying this technique to areas where the joints have been inflamed clears up scar tissue and any other “injury waste” that may be blocking a person.

Chiropractors specialize in treating soft tissue and musculoskeletal injuries, which happen most often in auto accidents.

If you are Injured on the Job, Call Us Now!

Although most people think of chiropractic care as a crack and pop treatment it can really be quite relaxing. Chiropractic care is the best treatment for work-related injuries with long-lasting results. The combination of aligning your body, learning strengthening techniques, and a personalized recovery plan is the ultimate healing strategy a person could receive. Contact Advanced Injury Care Clinic today to get rid of the pain your on-the-job injury is causing you. Healing with us is the right way to heal!

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