Worker's Compensation

Family Foot and Ankle Center of South Jersey

Podiatry located in Cherry Hill, NJ

If you injure your foot or ankle while at work, you can count on expert treatment from the podiatrists at Family Foot and Ankle Center of South Jersey in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. The doctors are qualified workers’ compensation evaluators and can help you file your claim while providing treatments to help you recover and get back to work and your regular activities. Call or make an appointment online today.

Worker's Compensation Q & A

What are common workplace foot and ankle injuries?

If you have a career that requires you to spend a lot of time on your feet or perform physically challenging movements and tasks, you may have a high risk of a work-related foot or ankle injury such as:

  • Crushed or broken bones
  • Amputations
  • Puncture wounds
  • Burns
  • Ankle sprains
  • Frostbite

The podiatrists at Family Foot and Ankle Center of South Jersey offer comprehensive exams to diagnose and assess your injury as well as customized treatments to relieve your pain, heal your injury, and help you get back to work and your regular activities.

What should I do if I injure my foot or ankle at work?

If you sustain any type of foot or ankle injury while at work, complete the appropriate accident report forms and call Family Foot and Ankle Center of South Jersey. The friendly and experienced office staff will schedule you for the earliest possible appointment. The podiatrists may be able to see you on the same day.

When you come in for your appointment, make sure to bring any necessary paperwork from your employer. While the podiatrists are committed to helping you recover quickly, they can also help you protect yourself and ensure you have sufficient time to recover.

How can the podiatrists help me with a worker’s compensation claim?

The podiatrists at Family Foot and Ankle Center of South Jersey are qualified workers compensation evaluators, which means they’re certified by the Division of Workers’ Compensation to evaluate disability and write the medical-legal reports used to determine your eligibility for workers’ compensation benefits.

While the doctors can help with your paperwork, they’re also experienced and knowledgeable podiatrists who offer comprehensive treatments for a foot and ankle injuries. Their ultimate goal is to treat your injury and help you recover quickly so you can get back to your regular activities.

How can I reduce my risk of foot injuries at work?

While accidents sometimes happen, you can reduce your risk of injury at work by always wearing appropriate footwear and following safety precautions. Pay attention to your surroundings and make safe decisions.

Call Family Foot and Ankle Center of South Jersey or make an appointment online today for expert podiatry care and support with workers’ compensation claims.