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Date registered: August 25, 2010

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Specialist Media and PR initiatives at Health Plus Management.

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  1. PRP Therapy Faster Healing For Athletes — August 8, 2017
  2. Brooklyn Pain Specialist — July 20, 2017
  3. Marijuana medical health benefits — June 19, 2017
  4. Athlete injury – When to see a doctor — June 8, 2017
  5. Pain Relief Injections — May 22, 2017

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Jun 09

Comprehensive Care For Back Pain After A Car Accident by David Delman

A 68-year-old female named Nancy was riding in the front passenger seat when the car was involved in a motor vehicle accident. Nancy knew that she was hurt, but there was no ambulance at the scene – so Nancy went home, hoping to feel better. Unfortunately, after several days, she realized that the pain in …

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Jun 09

NY lawmakers push new student concussion rules

ALBANY, N.Y. — New York legislative leaders are pushing new protections for student athletes who get concussions, immediately benching those who may have a mild traumatic brain injury and keeping them sidelined from sports or gym classes until they’re symptom-free for at least 24 hours and get written authorization from a doctor. Sen. Kemp Hannon, …

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Jun 09

Extraordinary Motivation: Jaime Overcomes Pain to Return to Fitness

By Ben Waldman I keep saying that the only excuses that keep us from exercising are the ones we allow, and that most of what keeps us from being healthy is psychological. Well, what about when those excuses aren’t just in your head? My father blames his knees after years of playing baseball when he …

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Jun 09

Is Commute Time Ever Compensable?

A New York salesman worked for a tool maker for 9 months. His supervisors criticized his performance, and he criticized their overtime practices. He sued, charging that because he performed some work tasks at home before leaving for work and after returning home, his commute time should have been compensated. He also claimed he was …

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Jun 06

Cops Say Teen Cyclist Killed Was Riding Against The Light

Police say that a Brooklyn teen who was fatally hit by a car last night was biking against the light. According to authorities, 16-year-old Aileen Chen allegedly wasn’t wearing a helmet, but was wearing headphones, when she was struck by a 26-year-old BMW driver at 62nd Street and 21st Avenue around 6 p.m. “There was …

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Jun 06

Court rules parking lot is a highway

ALBANY, N.Y. — When is a village parking lot a highway? When New York’s highest court says so. A Court of Appeals ruling Thursday means Margaret Groninger can’t sue Mamaroneck for her slip and fall on ice in its parking lot. The village says it neither received prior notice about that icy defect nor caused …

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Jun 02

Swallowing chicken bone is related to tailor’s employment

In New York, if an employee is injured while engaged in a work-related conversation with his manager, he is likely to establish the requisite nexus between his work and the injury to trigger coverage. Case name: My Suit Made To Measure, 111 NYWCLR 53 (N.Y W.C.B., Full Board 2011). Ruling: Upon mandatory review, the New …

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Jun 02

As More Workers Go Mobile, Workers’ Compensation Exposure Grows

Employers who supply their employees with company cell phones, laptops, BlackBerries, iPads and other portable devices could be in for a surprise if an employee is injured while using the device when off-site or off the clock. Insurance claims professionals say claims made by workers injured while doing things where the relation to their employment …

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Jun 01

Preparing To Prevent Drowning’s And Water Related Injuries

Memorial Day unofficially kicks off the Summer, and swimming is undeniably refreshing, but it can also be dangerous. The Kings Pointe Waterpark opens this weekend, and management expects roughly 3,000 people to go down their slides. To get ready, the staff held an intense training session to prepare for the worst… “It was basically like …

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Jun 01

Radogno Says Workers Comp Bill Is a Start

After months of negotiations, Senate lawmakers advanced workers’ compensation reform that state Sen. Christine Radogno (R-41st) said will lower costs for Illinois’ employers and improve the state’s job climate. Radogno said that House Bill 1698 seeks to lower the state’s workers’ compensation costs and tighten the current system, which she said has become associated with …

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