Work Injury & Pain Management

If you have suffered a work related injury we know that you deserve specific and attentive medical care. At Pain relief Institute our medical team is dedicated to efficiently return you to work by providing an extensive evaluation and treatment plan. We are committed to reducing your time off from work while simultaneously restoring you to your pre-injury status in the most efficient and cost-effective manner with the primary goal being to avoid surgery. Pain Relief Institute has effectively, safely and naturally helped patients avoid extended downtime and surgery. With diagnostic, treatment and rehabilitative services located on-site, Pain Relief Institute is you leading choice for management and care of your work related injury.

What Injuries are Covered?

In most cases the law will include injuries that are caused, in whole or partially, by the employee’s work. For Example:

  • An employee who is injured by the repetitive use of a body part.
  • An employee who suffers a stroke, heart attack, or other physical problem caused by work.
  • An employee who had a pre-existing condition*
  • Injuries accrued by employer sponsored recreational programs (athletic events, parties, picnics, etc.)**

* Patient must be able to show the work aggravated that condition

** Only if the employee is ordered to participate by the employer

  • Injuries, accidental or otherwise, that incur while participating as a patient in a drug or alcohol rehabilitation program are not covered under the law.

What Injuries are Covered?

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Which Employees are Covered by Law?

Which Employees are Covered by Law?

Almost each individual who is employed by a company in the state of Illinois is covered by the law from the moment they are hired for certain injuries or diseases that may be caused from their employment or duties required by their job.

Can an employee be fired for reporting an accident or filing a claim?

It is illegal for an employer to harass, discharge, refuse to rehire, or in any way discriminate against an employee for exercising his or her rights under the law.

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