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Welcome to our comprehensive worker injury treatment program, dedicated to providing prompt and effective care for workers who have sustained injuries on the job. At Northmead Medical Centre, we understand the importance of prioritizing the health and well-being of workers while ensuring a swift return to work with minimal disruption.

Construction Workers

since 2011 


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Worker Cover

Our services include assistance with worker cover application, guiding injured workers through the process of filing claims and accessing the compensation they are entitled to for their workplace injuries


Medical Treatment:

Our team provides comprehensive medical treatment for a wide range of injuries, including cuts, lacerations, fractures, sprains, strains, and more.


Pain Management:

We offer various pain management techniques, including medication, physical therapy, and minimally invasive procedures, to help alleviate discomfort and improve quality of life.


Immediate Evaluation

We offer prompt evaluation and assessment of work-related injuries to determine the extent of the damage and develop an appropriate treatment plan.


Workplace Rehabilitation

We work closely with employers and workers' compensation agencies to facilitate workplace rehabilitation and assist with the worker's safe return to their job duties.


Psychological Support

We understand that work-related injuries can take a toll on mental health. Our team offers counseling and support services to help workers cope with the emotional impact of their injuries and navigate the recovery process with resilience.

Common Workplace Injuries

In Australia, like in many other countries, workplace injuries can vary depending on the industry, the nature of the work, and other factors. However, some common types of workplace injuries reported across various industries include:

  1. Musculoskeletal Injuries: These injuries involve strains, sprains, and other musculoskeletal disorders often caused by overexertion, repetitive motions, or poor ergonomics. They are common in industries such as construction, manufacturing, healthcare, and agriculture.

  2. Slips, Trips, and Falls: Slippery floors, cluttered walkways, and uneven surfaces can lead to slips, trips, and falls, resulting in injuries such as fractures, sprains, and bruises. This type of injury is prevalent in workplaces such as restaurants, retail stores, and construction sites.

  3. Cuts and Lacerations: Sharp tools, machinery, and equipment pose a risk of cuts and lacerations in industries such as manufacturing, construction, and food processing. Improper handling or lack of training can increase the likelihood of these injuries.

  4. Struck-By Injuries: Workers may be struck by moving objects, falling debris, or vehicles, leading to injuries such as contusions, fractures, or traumatic brain injuries. This risk is particularly high in construction, transportation, and warehousing industries.

  5. Crush Injuries: Crush injuries can occur when body parts are caught between heavy machinery, equipment, or vehicles. These injuries can be severe and may result in fractures, amputations, or internal organ damage, commonly seen in construction, mining, and manufacturing sectors.

  6. Chemical Exposures: Workers in industries dealing with hazardous chemicals, such as manufacturing, agriculture, and cleaning, are at risk of chemical exposures. These exposures can lead to skin irritation, respiratory problems, burns, or long-term health effects.

  7. Burns: Burns can result from exposure to hot surfaces, open flames, chemicals, or electrical hazards. Workers in industries like hospitality, manufacturing, and construction are particularly susceptible to burn injuries.

  8. Electrical Injuries: Workers who come into contact with live electrical wires or faulty equipment are at risk of electrical shocks, burns, and electrocution. This risk is prevalent in industries such as construction, utilities, and telecommunications.

Why Choose Us


Established Expertise: Since 2011, we have been offering worker cover consultations, providing expert guidance and assistance to workers navigating the complexities of workplace injuries and compensation.


Experienced Professionals: Our team comprises skilled healthcare professionals with extensive experience in treating work-related injuries.

Robb Walters

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