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Back on Track: Work-Related Injury Program

The Work-Related Injury Program is designed to meet the needs of people who have had suffered work-related injuries. St. John’s Rehab is a designated Workplace Safety Insurance Board (WSIB) specialty program for burns and amputees, and also treats workers with complex traumatic injuries.

How Can We Help?

Our experienced and knowledgeable team of health-care professionals will work with you and WSIB to create a customized treatment plan that will help you reach your goals and get back to work or other meaningful activities that were impacted by your injuries.

Services may include:

  • Intensive physiotherapy and occupational therapy
  • Counselling and support from social work and psychology
  • Complementary therapies such as massage, hydrotherapy, acupuncture and chiropody
  • Customized prosthetics created on-site in our dedicated lab
  • Access to chiropractic and pressure garment services
  • Coordination with your WSIB case managers and nurse consultants

Some services may be available virtually.

Cost & Coverage

The Work-Related Injury Program is covered by the Workplace Safety Insurance Board (WSIB). To access our services, you must have an open WSIB claim.

Referral Information

A referral from a physician, rehabilitation consultant, or WSIB case manager is required. Patients must have had a work-related injury with goals appropriate for rehab. Complete and fax our referral form to 416-226-3358.

Once we receive your referral, our Service Coordinator will contact you to confirm your WSIB claim details.

For More Information

If you have any questions about our Work-Related Injury Program, please call our service coordinator at 416-226-6780 ext. 56949 or view answers to our Frequently Asked Questions.