Work Injuries

Hurt on the job?  Chiropractic care for work injuries is covered by worker’s compensation insurance in both Oregon and Washington.  In Oregon, chiropractors are allowed to be attending physician and treat an injured worker for 18 visits or 60 days from the date of the first visit, whichever comes first.  In Washington, doctors of chiropractic must give updated assessments to the Department of Labor and Industries every 60 days.  Payment for both states is made upon the determination that an on the job injury occurred.  Commonly, a decision is made based upon statements given by the injured worker, the employer, and the treating doctor.

As a courtesy to our patients, our office is willing to bill worker’s compensation and wait for payment with the reasonable assumption that payment will be forthcoming.  However, all medical / chiropractic services would ultimately be the responsibility of the patient.

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I visited Masters Touch after hearing the 'back talk' ad on the radio. My issue was lower back pain that would flare up after long trips(plane, car etc). I also had a numb spot that would trouble me on and off. After several adjustments, the lower back pain no longer is an issue, even after cross country flights. The numb spot on my upper back is an on and off issue, but its getting better as my posture improves.

    This was my first visit to a chiropractor, so I have no frame of reference for how good or bad things were. However I can say this with certainty; my back feels much better after the treatment. I have to mention the staff as well. Customer service was top notch, everyone has a smile and is very nice."
    Bryan G. Portland, OR

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