Axiom Medical Releases “3 Ways to Avoid the Physical Therapy Trap” White Paper

by | Apr 16, 2019 | Press Releases

Axiom Medical Releases “3 Ways to Avoid the Physical Therapy Trap” White Paper

Axiom Medical Releases “3 Ways to Avoid the Physical Therapy Trap” White Paper

The Woodlands, TX, April 17, 2019 –(– Axiom Medical, a leading incident case management and occupational health services provider in North America, announced today the release of its latest white paper, “3 Ways to Avoid the Physical Therapy Trap.”

More than 50 percent of lost time workers’ compensation costs involve physical medicine, such as physical therapy and occupational therapy.

This type of treatment – when over used – amounts to time you can’t get back, and an OSHA recordable outcome that will cost you down the line.

In this white paper you will uncover:

· How to prevent an OSHA recordable outcome
· 3 alternative options to manage employee injuries without the use of physical therapy
· How to expedite an employee’s return to work

The publication is authored by Heather Jackson, who has been a freelance writer for the past 7 years, specializing in the health and wellness industry. She currently works as a content specialist at Axiom Medical, bringing awareness to employee health issues and industry trends with social media content, blog posts and white papers. To view her latest content on workplace safety and employee health, visit the Axiom blog.

You may download a free copy of “3 Ways to Avoid the Physical Therapy Trap” through the following URL: -Therapy-Trap.

About Axiom Medical
Founded in 1999 and headquartered in The Woodlands, TX, Axiom is a market leader in the occupational health sector in North America, with unrivaled service quality and a very strong return on investment for clients in the USA, Canada and Mexico. For more information, please visit the company’s website at

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