We provide medical management, vocational rehabilitation, and employment services to injured workers.
We strive to minimize the impact injuries can have on return to work.
Experienced experts offer superior service with the best results and cost effective methods.
We communicate effectively, and are resourceful through collaboration.
We are proactive in our work for the benefit of all parties involved by identifying and removing barriers and focusing on potential.
Our expertise managing complex medical and vocational circumstances and situations leads to outstanding return-to-work results.
Our outcomes demonstrate our commitment to helping injured workers find employment that is a match in physical demand and suitable in income.
An average of 72 percent of injured employees returned to work at the close of their rehabilitation plan with CompRehab between 2008 and 2014, and 80 percent in 2014 alone.
72 percent of workers earned 96 to 105 percent of their pre-injury wage after returning to work from 2008 to 2014. In 2014, 18 percent made more than they did before they were injured.
“In September of 2012, I was in a traumatic accident that changed my life and my family’s lives forever. After enduring severe internal injuries, head trauma and more than 20 broken bones, the Regions Hospital staff worked miracles on me with multiple screws, plates, tubes and 13 operations. Guiding me and my family through the hospital ordeal, transitioning to a temporary care facility, transitioning to my home, setting up over two years of doctors’ appointments and therapy was my QRC, Jon Carlson.
My husband, five children and I could not have survived this nightmare without Jon’s expertise.
Transitioning to my home in a wheelchair was a new adventure. It was unknown territory and Jon’s help was invaluable. We needed a ramp, a hospital bed, short-term nurse home care and multiple extras like a toilet seat, a reacher, a walker, a cane, and more. Jon helped my husband walk through not only what I would need, but how to coordinate these activities and items.
Jon’s knowledge of clinics, doctors, nurses, transportation and medical care and options is vast. He has a great medical knowledge from being an ICU nurse. He has been in contact with me, my multiple doctors and my multiple therapists throughout the healing process. He attends (at my approval) my many, many doctor appointments. It never ceases to amaze me the questions about procedures, different avenues of therapy, tests, work-related skills and more that he asks the doctors about. It is obvious he wants and searches every opportunity for the best recovery.
My QRC, Jon Carlson, has been an invaluable asset to my healing success.
Jon, thank you, thank you, thank you!”