How we do it
Nura works closely with QRCs and occupational health professionals including physical and occupational therapy to communicate effectively with each stakeholder (insurance companies, employers, attorneys) to understand the diagnosis of each injury and to deliver therapies that promote physical well-being, as well as a safe and effective return to work plan. The treatment plan and coordination of return to work with rehabilitation professionals is part of every appointment. Occupational health at Nura addresses the specific restrictions and work abilities, as well as recommendation for accommodations and treatment options, depending on the diagnosis of the injured worker. When necessary we will make a referral to an outside specialist as well as interventional therapies to promote physical recovery and a return to work of each injured worker.
- Clear documentation of the work injury
- Clear work restrictions
- Regular updates
- Multiple treatment options
- Timely Work Comp reports
Nura understands time is of the essence in occupational medicine and workplace injury. Our approach is built around responding quickly and getting you and your client the information and treatment needed to move forward. This is especially true when it comes to Workers’ Compensation reporting where we strive for a report turnaround within 20 work days.
QRC and Occupational Health Appointments
Nura has set up a specific phone line for occupational injuries in order to set up appointments in a timely manner. We strive to set appointments for injured workers within a 2-3 day timeframe at our offices in Edina and Maple Grove, MN. Any injured worker can get started by simply calling 763-634-2000 and asking our occupational medicine team for an appointment. If an injured worker has an accepted Workers’ Compensation claim and/or private insurance, Nura will facilitate the appointment.