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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. Brooklyn Pain Specialist — July 20, 2017
  2. Marijuana medical health benefits — June 19, 2017
  3. Athlete injury – When to see a doctor — June 8, 2017
  4. Pain Relief Injections — May 22, 2017
  5. Pain Doctors Who Listen — May 2, 2017

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Feb 28

New Tendons Restore Hands

NEW YORK — Maybe you’ve never heard of transverse myelitis, but those diagnosed will assure you it’s devastating. Basically, your body doesn’t have the muscles required to move your hands or fingers. Now, after years of medical dead-ends, a new procedure may solve the riddle outright. For 15-year-old Nicole, simple things like fixing her hair …

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Feb 28

ACL tears plaguing female athletes

Risk of knee injury higher than for male counterparts S.S. Seward girls’ basketball player Sara Cannillo, who is recovering from surgery to repair the anterior cruciate ligament in her right knee, works with physical therapist Ray Youghhans at Access Physical Therapy & Wellness in Goshen on Monday, Feb. 14, 2011.TOM BUSHEY/Times Herald-Record By Mira Wassef …

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Feb 28

Workers Comp – A True Story

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Feb 28

Better with Age: Exploring Medicare coverage of physical therapy

By Sanford R. Altman Published: 2:00 AM – 02/27/11 Q. My father is in a nursing home for rehabilitation after his stroke made it difficult for him to get himself up or to walk. Although they originally told my mother that, given enough time and rehab, he would be able to return home to her, …

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Feb 21

What should I do if I am injured at work?

By John Pinoth [January 30th, 2011] If you are injured at work, immediately report the accident to your employer and seek medical treatment from an employer authorized doctor. Read on for further information. Why can’t I see my own doctor? The law often says that employers must pay for all medical care related to the …

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Feb 21

NYS Takes Harsher Stance On Texting While Driving

By DEBRA ALFARONE PIX11.com 10:26 a.m. EST, February 16, 2011 * EmailE-mail * printPrint * Share * increase text size decrease text size Text Size wpix-texting-while-driving-ny NEW YORK (WPIX) — It’s not only illegal and unsafe, but now, it might jack up your car insurance and bring you that much closer to losing your license. …

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Feb 21

Optional auto insurance helps motorists with car damage from pot holes and other winter hazards

NEW YORK – You drive across what seems to be the Grand Canyon of pot holes seriously damaging your car’s front end. Does your insurance policy cover the cost of the repairs? That’s just one question being asked as consumers from Buffalo to New York City see their cars take a beating this winter. Pot …

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Feb 21

Proposed New York No-Fault Auto Reforms Would Tackle Fraud

New York lawmakers are considering a bill designed to reduce fraud and other types of abuse in the state’s no-fault automobile insurance system. The bill, introduced by State Sen. James Seward, would modify a rule that requires insurers to pay no-fault claims in 30 days, said Kristina Baldwin, assistant vice president for the Property Casualty …

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Feb 21

New York: Board to use new transaction code

The Workers’ Compensation Board issued a bulletin announcing the implementation of a new transaction code to allow carriers to close open expired policy terms for limited processing scenarios. The new code may be used for renewals submitted with a prior policy that was not previously reported to the board. It may also be used in …

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Feb 21

Congress Examines Workers’ Compensation: Is Reform Coming to NY?

February 19, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/ — The condition of workers’ compensation programs across the country has sparked Congress to examine the issue. In November, the U.S. House Education and Labor Committee held hearings to gain insight on the shortcomings of state-run workers’ comp programs in New York and throughout America. At first glance, it appears odd …

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