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Workers’ Compensation Insurance Explained

Workers’ compensation insurance, purchased by an employer provides coverage to employees fallen ill or injured on the job. Pain and Injury Workers’ Compensation Tutorial offers listings to doctors who take workers compensation insurance in New York, articles, and answers to frequently asked questions about workman’s compensation insurance. What is Workman’s Compensation? Workers‘ compensation, (workers comp),is …

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Find New York Workers’ Compensation Doctors

New York Workers' Comp Doctors

New York State’s workers’ compensation allows medical treatment necessary for your employees suffering a work-related injury or illness, at the expense of their employer. You have the right to pick your own doctor. This article offers a guideline to selecting treating physicians, switching doctors, and seeing specialists Choosing The Right Doctor Workers compensation claims is …

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Pain Clinic in Brooklyn Introduces Dr. Sanjeev Agarwal

SANJEEV AGARWAL, MD, MS (Ortho), Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation | Brooklyn, NY

Pain Clinic in Brooklyn, NY — Anyone suffering from chronic pain can now head to Spine Sports & Interventional Pain Medicine, P.C. in Brooklyn, New York for specialized pain care and injury treatment. The pain management clinic in Brooklyn, New York, is located at 186 Montague St. Brooklyn, NY 11201 which is on the 3rd …

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Back Pain Wrong Treatments

Pain Relief

Low back pain gets wrong treatments. The US is in the midst of an opioid overdose epidemic. If you or someone you know needs help, effective treatment is available and can save lives. “More than half the total number of people taking opioids long-term have low back pain,” the report notes. The Centers for Disease …

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Low Back Pain: Common, Treatable

Causes of Lower Back Pain

Low Back Pain Is Common Have you recently been injured at work, slipped or fallen, been a victim in a car accident? Are you experiencing chronic pain or discomfort in your lower back? Is your sleep interrupted, tossing and outrunning all night long? Does a poor night’s rest from back pain equal a hard day …

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MS Pain Explained

Pain doctors helping patients develop a pain management plan

MS Pain Explained – The Connection To the Spine Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease in which the immune system eats away at the protective covering of nerves. MS affect the entire body.  Aches in your bones, joints, and muscles. Burning pain in the feet, legs, arms, hips. Finding the right physical therapist to help …

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Platelet-rich plasma therapy for pain relief

Platelet-rich plasma therapy is a procedure that is becoming pretty popular in effective treatment for pain relief. Dr. Michael Monfett of Skyline Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation one of many New York pain doctors specializing in Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy is located in the borough of Manhattan in New York City. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is blood plasma …

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Cycling Pain and Injury

Has a cycling injury left you in pain? The concept of being injured, let alone in pain from cycling, a fitness sport, that keeps you healthy and brings you happiness, is outrageous, right? Cycling like any other fitness sport can one day make you feel exhilarated and the struggling to pedal pain-free. Cycling injuries are …

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Physiatry Pain’s Best Kept Secret

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Physiatry pain medicine The history of Physiatry ( physicians specializing in physical medicine; residencies or fellowships in PM&R) dates back to 1946 in the World Wars era. Injured soldiers returning from active duty traumatic injuries such as spinal cord injuries, amputation, fractures, etc… The Physiatry specialty was developed to enable doctors to identify their patients’ …

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Injury To Recovery Against The Odds

Injury To Recovery A Ballerinas Story Most athletes, dancers, will in their careers will face both physical, emotional strains, and possible injury, in their chosen professions. Take acclaimed ballerina Wendy Whelan who in 2013 underwent reconstructive surgery. Whelan, who was 46 at the time, feareing that she would never dance again. But after months of …

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