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Date registered: August 25, 2010

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Specialist Media and PR initiatives at Health Plus Management.

Latest posts

  1. Finding A Pain Specialist — April 24, 2017
  2. Botox Injection Therapy For Pain — April 15, 2017
  3. Cannabis Evaluations — February 17, 2017
  4. NYC Spine & Sports Medicine Clinic Opens — December 8, 2016
  5. Pain clinic opens in White Plains, NY — October 5, 2016

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Sep 13

Chronic pain workers comp claims increasing for employers

Early intervention, predictive modeling help curb claims September 11, 2011 – 6:00am Chronic pain is an infrequent but growing aspect of workers compensation claims, but employers need concrete programs with measurable outcomes to respond to and reduce those types of injuries. Advertisement Read more in the Workers Comp Channel What’s This? Workers Comp News and …

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Sep 13

Chiropractors Push to Reverse New York’s Workers’ Comp Guidelines

New York chiropractors don’t like the new medical treatment guidelines adopted last December by the New York State Workers’ Compensation Board. These changes focus on the treatment for the mid- and low-back, neck, shoulder and knees. The state’s main chiropractic association is lobbying state lawmakers to reverse the new guidelines. New York State Chiropractic Association …

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Sep 13

U.S. Commercial-Insurance Prices Rise 1.5% in Second Quarter

By Noah Buhayar Sept. 13 (Bloomberg) — U.S. commercial-insurance prices rose 1.5 percent in the second quarter from a year earlier and may keep climbing, according to a survey by consulting firm Towers Watson & Co. Rates increased for all standard lines of coverage, including workers’ compensation and property, for the first time since the …

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Sep 09

9/11 responders live with injuries, illnesses sustained at Ground Zero

The stabbing pain in Robert Reeg’s chest every day is a relentless reminder of Sept. 11, 2001. The retired New York City firefighter from Stony Point was seriously injured in the collapse of the South Tower at the World Trade Center. “If I close my eyes, I can picture it,” the now 59-year-old recalled. Reeg, …

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Sep 09

Quiet Changes To New York Workers Comp Rules Leave Out Those With Chronic Pain

BY Celeste Katz A little-noticed policy change at the state Workers’ Compensation Board is jeopardizing insurance for thousands of workers and retirees with long-term medical problems. Our Glenn Blain reports: New treatment guidelines quietly enacted by the board late last year limit coverage to therapies that yield “functional improvement” in patients – leaving out people …

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Sep 09

Chiropractors Push to Reverse New York’s Workers’ Comp Guidelines

New York chiropractors don’t like the new medical treatment guidelines adopted last December by the New York State Workers’ Compensation Board. These changes focus on the treatment for the mid- and low-back, neck, shoulder and knees. The state’s main chiropractic association is lobbying state lawmakers to reverse the new guidelines. New York State Chiropractic Association …

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Sep 02

Paintball Ruptures Woman’s Breast Implant; Injuries Cause Thousands of ER Visits

By MIKAELA CONLEY Sept. 1, 2011 A British woman’s silicone breast implant ruptured after she was shot in the chest during a paintball game, throwing a spotlight onto the potential dangers of a hobby that attracts millions. “Due to an incident at our Croydon Paintballing centre … we respectfully ask that any ladies with surgical …

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Sep 02

College Athlete Died of Head Trauma, Father Says

A 22-year-old football player for Frostburg State University in Maryland has died from head traumasustained on the field, his father said. Frostburg State University Derek Sheely, a football player at Frostburg State University in Maryland, died on Sunday, nearly a week after passing out during a routine practice. Related Times Topic: Head Injuries in Football …

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Sep 02

Quiet Changes To New York Workers Comp Rules Leave Out Those With Chronic Pain

A little-noticed policy change at the state Workers’ Compensation Board is jeopardizing insurance for thousands of workers and retirees with long-term medical problems. Our Glenn Blain reports: New treatment guidelines quietly enacted by the board late last year limit coverage to therapies that yield “functional improvement” in patients – leaving out people with chronic pain …

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Aug 30

Average Auto Insurance Prices Saw No Change between June and July

2011-08-30 08:58:54 (GMT) (WiredPRNews.com – Auto News, Press Releases, insurance) Washington, DC (WiredPRNews.com) The average cost of a car insurance policy in the United States remained stagnant between June and July, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The BLS indicated in its latest report on consumer prices that the cost of all items …

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