Workers Compensation Doctors (Dr) | Queens | Bronx | Brooklyn NY
Workers Compensation Doctors (Dr) | Queens | Bronx | Brooklyn NY
Workers Compensation Doctors (Dr) | Queens | Bronx | Brooklyn NY
Workers Compensation Doctors (Dr) | Queens | Bronx | Brooklyn NY
Workers Compensation Doctors (Dr) | Queens | Bronx | Brooklyn NY
Workers Compensation Doctors (Dr) | Queens | Bronx | Brooklyn NY
Workers Compensation Doctors (Dr) | Queens | Bronx | Brooklyn NY
Workers Compensation Doctors (Dr) | Queens | Bronx | Brooklyn NY
Workers Compensation Doctors (Dr) | Queens | Bronx | Brooklyn NY
Workers Compensation Doctors (Dr) | Queens | Bronx | Brooklyn NY

Workers Compensation Doctors (Dr) | Queens | Bronx | Brooklyn NYAccidents

Auto accidents can have serious consequences. Unfortunately, they happen each and every day.

Being a part of an auto accident can leave you with injuries, pain, and out of work until you recover. Without the right treatment, it could be weeks or even months before you’re feeling yourself again. This means you want to get the appropriate care you need as quickly as possible. If there has been damage to your musculoskeletal system, such as whiplash, broken bones, or you’re experiencing pain in your neck or back, you need to speak with a specialist. The right doctor can ensure you are properly diagnosed and that you’re given the treatment you need to restore your health.

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Workers Compensation Doctors (Dr) | Queens | Bronx | Brooklyn NYWorkers’ Compensation Claims


Anytime you are involved in an injury while on the job, your medical care and any lost wages are covered by your employer’s workers compensation insurance.

Unfortunately, accidents can happen, and you want to make sure to take the right steps to get your life back on track as quickly as possible. The first step to take to make that happen is to consult with a doctor who specializes in your type of injury and who is experienced with handling work related injuries. In order to treat a patient with a work related injury, the doctor must be certified by the Workers Compensation Board.

All of the doctors and therapists at Maximum Orthopedics are certified by the Workers Compensation Board. With workers compensation, you will get the insurance coverage you need to cover your medical care and time off from work.

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Our focus is on serving you to
the best of our abilities.

At Maximum Orthopedics, we focus on providing you with the very best medical care. Because we understand how complicated, stressful, and challenging it can be to experience a musculoskeletal injury, we want to do everything we can to ensure you recover quickly and completely. We see it as our mission to help make you as comfortable as possible while helping you to recover from your injuries.

We are dedicated to helping each and every one of our patients get the treatment they need to start feeling better and return to work. Regardless of your situation or circumstance, we want to provide you with the best quality care possible. We always try to go above and beyond to provide patients with superior care and customer service.

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Three Convenient Locations

Maximum Orthopedics has three convenient locations to serve our New York community. Our offices are conveniently located in Queens, Brooklyn, and the Bronx, to ensure you receive the superior medical treatment you need after an accident, a workplace injury, or other event leaving you in need of care.

All offices are bilingual in both English and Spanish to ensure that our Spanish speaking patients can communicate in a clear and comfortable way with all of our providers.

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