Do You Know the Difference Between Physical and Occupational Therapy for a Worker’s Comp Claim?

InjuryIf you are injured on the job and need to undergo therapy, most people would assume that it’s occupational therapy they need because the accident happened on the job. That is not always the case.

I have provided a link to an article titled, “Differences Between Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy,” that describes the differences between physical and occupational therapy as it relates to worker’s compensation claims.

The following article was written by Rebecca Shafer, JD, President of Amaxx Risk Solutions, Inc., and is a national expert in the field of worker’s compensation.