CMIS supports workplace injury surgical interventions in the following areas of expertise:
Neck and lower back pain are common workplace injuries. Fortunately, most cases can be resolved without surgical treatment. But when you are seeking an experience spine surgeon to provide solid return-to-work solutions, you can turn to the trusted team at CMIS for comprehensive and complex surgical techniques, in advanced operating room suites, with the latest in high-tech surgical equipment.
Spine surgeons on staff at CMIS are board certified, fellowship trained orthopaedic spinal surgeons focused exclusively on spine surgery and specializing in innovative surgical and non-surgical interventions.
Orthopaedics is the specialty in medicine that involves the prevention, evaluation and treatment of disorders and injuries to the muskuloskeletal system. Including the bones and joints of the hands and arms, feet, legs and spine, as well as all related muscles, tendons, ligaments and nerves.
Work-related injuries are the #1 cause of Orthopaedic problems. Suddent or acute injuries caused by a direct impact to the affected joint area can create high-impact and sometimes critical damage to the joint area.
Orthopaedic surgeons on staff at CMIS are board-certified, fellowship trained surgeons specializing in simple and advanced orthopaedic surgical solutions, ulitizing the advanced, high-definition arthroscopic equipment at CMIS. In addition, our onsite Pain Management programs provides orthopaedic patients anesthestic solutions before, during and after their orthopaedic procedure to provide a comfortable, pain-free experience.
The podiatric specialists performing procedures at CMIS recognize the need to provide patients with workplace injuries the latest and most advanced surgical and non-surgical treatment options available.
Our specialists perform innovative, internationally recognized procedures, including the latest treatment, Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injections to reduce the pain and discomfort associated with certain foot and ankle conditions.
Workplace injuries can sometimes create intermittent and/or chronic pain- related symptoms which should be treated by highly-trained Pain Specialists.
The Pain Specialists performing pain services at CMIS recognize the need to provide the most advanced and compassionate care to patients in pain. Whether your pain is chronic or a sudden onset, it changes the way you live your life.
The pain specialists at CMIS are board-certified Anesthesiologists trained in the area of pain management providing ongoing relief and pain options to patients.