Supportive Care Specialists

What is Supportive Care?

Supportive care is awarded in a Worker’s Compensation case when injury improvement has reached a stationary condition but requires additional medical care. The supportive care will include treatment that will help the patient maintain his/her level of function for a period of time. If you are the patient, and you don’t use this benefit, it will be canceled.  We help administer supportive care for all industrial injuries.

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    Meet Your Injury Specialist:

    Jeffrey D. Scott, M.D.

    Dr. Scott understands the physical and psychological barriers that chronic pain conditions create for the patient and their families. His definition of improvement is functional improvement. Maximizing function includes not only pain control but also patient education, communication and participation. With an individualized treatment plan, the impact of chronic pain on a patient’s quality of life can be minimized.

    • B.S. in Biomedical Engineering, Northwestern University, 1993
    • MD, Southern Illinois University’s School of Medicine, 1997
    • Residency, Eastern Virginia Medical School, 2001
    • Board Certification Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, 2002
    • Certified Independent Medical Examiner, 2010
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