Coping with Bursitis
Typically, when one considers workplace stress they imagine the hectic pace of a seemingly endless barrage of deadlines, phone calls, and piles of paperwork. Many occupations, however, make equivalent or greater physical demands on the workers who pursue them. Though there is a growing awareness of the significance of creating an ergonomically safe workspace, many employees still suffer from repetitive stress injuries due to occupational duties. Carpal tunnel syndrome and tendonitis may be more widely known, but bursitis is an equally serious condition.
If you have developed bursitis in the performance of your work-related responsibilities, then it may be appropriate to file a workers’ compensation claim. The benefits available through workers’ compensation can cover the cost of medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses related to your injury. Contact the Des Moines workers’ compensation lawyers of LaMarca Law Group, P.C., at 877-327-2600 to learn more.
Joints Affected by Bursitis
The bursae are small fluid-filled sacs that provide cushioning and lubricate motion at many of the body’s joints. When they are subjected to intensively repetitious motions or overexertion, they can become swollen, or enflamed. Bursitis is the condition that results, and the inflammation can impair movement rather than enabling it, as the bursae are intended to do. Pain and stiffness radiating from the affected joints are common effects, and bursitis most frequently strikes the following joints:
We understand that your family depends upon your ability to work, and it is important that you receive the benefits to which you are entitled without delay. Contact the Des Moines repetitive stress injury attorneys of LaMarca Law Group, P.C., at 877-327-2600 for the experienced legal representation that you deserve.