Workman’s comp injuries can be difficult to identify and treat. In many cases, the injury may not be immediately apparent, and the symptoms may not show up for days or weeks. This can make it difficult to determine whether the injury is work-related or not. Furthermore, workman’s comp injuries often involve soft tissue damage, which can be hard to diagnose and treat. Imaging tests such as MRI and CT scans can be helpful in identifying soft tissue damage, but they are often expensive and may not be covered by insurance. As a result, many workman’s comp injuries go untreated, which can lead to further disability and lost productivity.
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