Workman’s Compensation Injuries

Industrial Loss Control Consultants

Dr Nevius has been treating workers compensation injuries in Southwest Florida for over 25 years. Dr. Nevius serves as the director of Industrial Loss Consultants with a ‘hands on’ approach to treatment and prevention of work place accidents.

All ILCC clients receive a copy of the Physician’s guide to corporate healthcare written by Dr Nevius

Occupational Injuries

All injuries requiring immediate care are evaluated within the hour of the injury. Injuries that can be treated at our facility are managed appropriately. In many cases, referrals for injuries requiring a specialist or additional diagnostic imaging or testing are made the same day after obtaining authorization from the safety officer, contact person or carrier.

Facility Services
  • Evaluation and Treatment
  • Laboratory Testing
  • Drug and Alcohol Testing
  • Radiology X-ray Testing
  • Physiotherapy
  • Work Hardening
  • Physical Conditioning
  • Post-Surgical Rehabilitation
Drug Free Workplace Act

Employers who have a drug free workplace program in place or employers who are interested in providing a drug free work place will receive the appropriate documentation to maintain services. The following test panels are available to meet drug free workplace standards, which entitles the employers to five percent decrease on insurance premiums.

  • HRS 5,8 or 10 Panel
  • NICA Federal 10 Panel
  • Medical Reveiw Officer Services
  • Blood Alcohol
Additional Services
  • Job Site/Factory Review
  • Ergonomic Evaluation
  • Monthly Safety Meetings
  • Education and Prevention Programs to meet state and federal compliance regulations
  • Intervention on behalf of the employer-employee to defuse protracted claims and or potential litigation.
Specialist Referrals

ILCC clients benefit from our ability to manage your claims and referrals with the following specialists:

  • ENT
  • General Practice
  • Internal Medicine
  • Neurology
  • Ophthalmology
  • Orthopedic Surgery
  • Psychology
  • Psychiatry