Independent Medical Examination (IME)

What is Independent Medical Examination? An IME is an interpretation performed by a doctor who is not involved in the patient’s care for the purpose of treating job related medical issues. The worker’s compensation insurance carrier has the legal right to request an Independent Medical Examination. Independent Medical Examination determines the medical condition of patient to find out that it is work related or not. If the condition is not work related the insurer can deny the claim and r...

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Personal Injury

What is personal injury? Personal injury is an unexpected, serious and harmful act to single or multiple persons as a result of someone’s carelessness. It is a detectable damage which may give rise to pain and suffering. Personal injury can be a physical injury, illness or disease or a psychological illness or injury. What are the examples of personal injuries? Injury at work or work related illness Psychological illness caused by badgering or intolerance at workplace Psycholo...

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Neck Pain/Low Back Pain

What are the causes of Neck/Low back pain? Neck and lower back pain is a common health issue. Neck pain can be caused by some conditions including pinched nerve, herniated disc, whiplash, neck injury, neck strains and degenerative disc disease. It can also come from rare infections of neck and spine bones in neck and meningitis. Neck pain occurs in the area of cervical vertebrae in your neck. Due to this location and its range of motion it is often left unprotected and prone to injuries. Exac...

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Chiropractic Care

What is chiropractic care? Chiropractic care is a health care technique that targets the spine, joints of the body and their connections to the nervous system. Chiropractic care involves therapeutic adjustments combined with soft tissue therapies, fitness coaching, lifestyle recommendations and nutritional advice. Chiropractors apply a very specific, safe and controlled force to a joint to restore mobility and proper function. It is combined with strengthening, stretching, and balance promoti...

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Sports Physicals

What are the sports physical? Sports physical is also known as pre-participant physical examination. A sports physical means examination to insure that is it safe for you to participate in assertive sport or not. The physician reviews your preexisting injuries and appraises your current fitness levels. If the physician diagnoses any medical condition that may put you at risk, further tests are administered to insure your safety. Mostly kids and teens have a sports physical before they start a...

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DOT/CDL Physicals

What are DOT/CDL Physicals? DOT physical examination must be performed by a licensed medical examiner certified by FMCSA. During the CDL training program learner drivers undergo a DOT physical examination by an approved medical examiner. DOT means Department Of Transportation. DOT physical is required to receive or renew your CDL i.e. Commercial Driver’s License. DOT requires all student drivers to clear a comprehensive physical exam in order to qualify and get a CDL. It ensures that you ar...

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Medically Supervised Weight Loss

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Medication-assisted Opioid Addiction Treatment

What is Medication Assisted Opiate Addiction Treatment? Medication Assisted Treatment is a treatment which includes medications and behavioral therapy to treat opiate addiction. Treatment uses the FDA approved medications and provide a whole patient access to treat opioid substance use disorders. Which medications are used in Medication Assisted Treatment? Common medications used in MAT are: Buprenorphine: It is a partial opioid agonist. It is the first medication that possesses the ...

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