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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. Pain Relief Injections — May 22, 2017
  2. Pain Doctors Who Listen — May 2, 2017
  3. Finding A Pain Specialist — April 24, 2017
  4. Botox Injection Therapy For Pain — April 15, 2017
  5. Cannabis Evaluations — February 17, 2017

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Mar 22

Sports injuries and rehab: Elbow dislocations

What is an Elbow Dislocation? The elbow is a hinge joint, or a ball and socket joint, that is made up of three bones that come together. The first bone is in the upper arm and is called the humerus. The other two bones are in the lower arm and are known as the ulna …

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Mar 22

Accountant Arrested For Falsifying Payroll Records

NEW YORK, NY (03/15/2011)(readMedia)– An accountant was arrested Monday for falsifying the payroll records of a Syracuse cab driver who was killed in a January 2009 robbery so it would appear that the driver was working for a company covered by workers’ compensation insurance. Vincent Kukys, 66, is accused of changing the payroll records of …

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Mar 22

100-year-old fire gave birth to worker rights

Editor’s note: Steve Fraser is a writer, historian and editor-at-large of the journal New Labor Forum. His first book, “Labor Will Rule: Sidney Hillman and the Rise of American Labor,” won the Philip Taft prize for the best book in labor history. He is a visiting professor at New York University. New York (CNN) — …

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Mar 22

Workers’ Compensation Reform: Saving Money or Shifting Costs?

For the second time in six years, the North Carolina legislature is considering amendments to the workers’ compensation benefits. Among the heavily debated proposals is the elimination of lifetime disability benefits — instead injured workers would be limited to nine and one-half years of benefits. Business Competition and Job Creation in North Carolina Some proponents …

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Mar 14

Which gender should pay more car insurance?

Recently, my attention has been caught by a rather interesting debate that seems to have come out of nowhere (possibly hidden in the deluge of media coverage of the various Middle Eastern uprisings). After it emerged that the EU’s European Court of Justice (ECJ) had ruled against the legality of insurance companies to discriminate on …

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Mar 14

Screening With Meaning

Sophisticated urine analysis of employees on workers’ comp could become a bulwark in the fight to control the epidemic use and abuse of narcotics. As a method to detect whether an injured worker is taking the medications prescribed to them, the use of quantitative clinical urine analysis hasn’t really come into vogue just yet. According …

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Mar 14

Q&A: The Labor Legacy of the Triangle Fire

The Triangle Shirtwaist fire, which claimed the lives of 146 mostly female immigrant garment workers in 1911, is credited with galvanizing support for labor unions, as well as spurring reforms in workplace safety and city building codes. As we prepare to mark the 100th anniversary of the tragic fire, Metropolis spoke to Cornell University’s Lee …

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Mar 07

Motor vehicle accident injuries: Physical therapy techniques the best treatment option

Each year, 2 million Americans suffer from whiplash associated disorders (WAD) secondary to motor vehicle accidents. Studies using high-speed cameras and sophisticated crash dummies have determined that rear impact car accidents cause the lower cervical vertebrae (lower bones in the neck) to be forced into a position of hyperextension (movement of the vertebrae backward) while …

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Mar 07

Dancing On Ice: Jeff in ‘agony’ after neck injury

Dancing on Ice 2011 contestant Jeff Brazier has reportedly been left in “total agony” after suffering a neck injury during rehearsals for this Sunday’s show. According to The Sun the TV presenter hurt himself when he tried to lift skating partner Isabelle Gauthier, while they were practising their routine. The 31-year-old is sought treatment from …

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Mar 07

What Should You Do if You are in a Car Accident?

If you are involved in a car accident, the first rule of thumb is to keep everyone safe. Make sure that no one in your car is injured. If no one is seriously injured, exit the vehicle after checking to make sure that no cars are coming. If possible, drive your car to the side …

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