Let’s Get Back to Work

The most common injuries in the workplace are orthopedic-related. The most common being the shoulder, arm, elbow, hand, wrist, neck, spine, foot, ankle, knee, leg, or hip which come from using poor form, strenuous repetitive movements, or unforeseen accidents.

Direct Orthopedic Care (DOC) is the preferred provider of Occupational Medicine in the Treasure Valley for employees, employers, and insurers. Here’s why...

 
 

Why Do employers Choose DOC?

 

1. Faster Recoveries

At DOC, you are treated by an orthopedic specialist right away. When you compare DOC with St. Lukes and Saint Alphonsus average treatment time, DOC is by far the quickest and most efficient orthopedic care provider.

According to Hospital Stats.org, the average overall visit time for a non-critical ER patient at St. Luke’s is estimated to be 2:16. For Saint Alphonsus the overall visit time for non-critical ER patients is 2:11. DOC is just a fraction of that.

2. More Cost-Effective

With faster recoveries comes more cost-effective care. Your employees get the care they deserve and get back to work sooner, reducing costs and time lost overall.

Emergency room visits are expensive and ER physicians are not trained to definitively treat these problems. This results in patients receiving a splint and referral to an orthopedic specialist. With DOC, you can bypass the time associated with an emergency room visit and go directly to the orthopedic specialists trained to treat your employees’ conditions.

3. Higher Quality Care

The orthopedic specialists associated with Direct Orthopedic Care are recognized as some of Idahos’ most experienced providers for care and treatment of work-related orthopedic injuries. Our clinical staff, have treated thousands of cases related to on-the-job injuries.

 
 

Have You Heard Enough?

 
 

Services

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Shoulders

Rotator Cuff Tears
Shoulder Dislocations
Fractures
Tendonitis
Arthritis

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Arms & Elbows

Fractures
Dislocations
Tendonitis
Arthritis

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Hands & Wrists

Fractures
Dislocations
Tendonitis
Carpal Tunnel

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Neck & Spine

Degenerative Disc Disease
Herniated Discs
Bulging Disc
Low Back Pain
Arthritis

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Feet & Ankles

Fractures
Ligament Tears
Sprains
Arthritis

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Knees, Legs & Hips

Fractures
Ligament Tears
Meniscus Tears
Arthritis

 

We also do stitches and treat most lacerations.

 

4 Convenient Locations for Your Employees

With four locations throughout the Treasure Valley, we’re able to serve Boise, Meridian, Nampa, Caldwell and other surrounding towns in Idaho such as Kuna, Star, Emmet, Middleton, Horseshoe Bend, Melba, Marsing, Wilder, Homedale, and Parma.

 
 

Boise | Broadway

Address
1789 S Broadway Ave Ste 100
Boise, ID 83706

Phone (208) 482-5500

 

Boise | Rifleman

Address
7979 W Rifleman St
Boise, ID 83704

Phone (208) 482-5530

 

Meridian

Address
3015 E Magic View Dr
Meridian, ID 83642

Phone (208) 482-5550

 

Nampa

Address
16818 N Marketplace Blvd
Nampa, ID 83687

Phone (208) 482-5480

 

the Best Providers in the Valley

 
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Your Direct Contact at DOC

We believe in concise, timely communication between patients, employers and insurance providers. Our unique Workers’ Compensation approach can assist with up-to-date information concerning treatment status, return-to-work questions, policy and coverage, as well as individual workers comp standards for each employer.

Elizabeth Le Roux
Workers Compensation Coordinator

Email: eleroux@boisedoc.com
Phone: (208) 482-5474