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Apr 09

Soft Tissue Injury from Accidents

Whiplash Doctors in New York 1-800-949-6100

Soft Tissue Injury / Whiplash Injury of the neck is often times caused by motor vehicle collisions, slip and falls. Risk factors Include: Increasing age and prior neck injury. Symptoms Include: Localized pain, neck tenderness, decreased range of motion of the neck, headache, paresthesias of the upper extremities, pain in the shoulders or between the …

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Apr 07

Locate Doctor For Back Pain!

Feeling Back Pain

Locate Doctor in New York to treat your upper back pain /  lower back pain from accident or  injury.  Treatment, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation doctors offices in NYC,Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, Manhattan, and Long Island, NY. now accepting NEW patients! Causes of back pain include: Degeneration Muscle strain Herniated disc Vertebral fractures associated with osteoporosis Serious …

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Mar 11

Know Your Bronx Pain Doctor

Bronx Locations

Pain Doctors in the Bronx New York Serving Bronx, NY Neighborhoods: Call now if you are experiencing pain from car accident, workplace injury, slip and fall or sports related injury. Low back pain or lumbago /lʌmˈbeɪɡoʊ/ is a common musculoskeletal disorder affecting 80% of people at some point in their lives. Lower back pain in the …

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Feb 05

NY Work Injury Stats 2012

According to the U.S. Labor Department, New York private industry employers reported about 146,000 nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses in 2012. That translates to 2.5 cases per 100 full-time workers. New York was one of eight states to register a significant decrease in the private industry rate of total recordable cases over the year. Among …

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Jun 18

Workers’ Compensation system more expensive

Workers Compensation News ALBANY, NY (06/14/2012)(readMedia)– Two bills before the State Legislature could rollback cost savings created in the 2007 Workers’ Compensation reforms. S.3749-C (Robach)/A.5183 (Simotas) would allow an injured employee to utilize any pharmacy that matched the state’s “published prices,” regardless of whether such pharmacy was in an employer’s network and offered “volume discounts” …

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Jun 18

New York WCB Suspends Doc’s Authorization To Treat And Perform IMEs

Albany, NY (WorkersCompensation.com) – The New York State Workers’ Compensation Board recently released the following notice regarding a suspension: Please be advised that Dr. Michael Palmeri’s authorization to treat and to perform independent medical examinations of injured workers in the New York State workers’ compensation system has been suspended indefinitely effective June 8, 2012. Dr. …

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Jun 18

Rapid Increase of Worldwide Laziness as Global Physical Activity Levels Decline

Global inactivity has rapidly increased as more people spend less time performing physical activity. The decline of physical activity affects the current obesity epidemic and could increase the risk of other diseases. The decrease in physical activity was reported across the global and not just in developed countries. New research is showing the decline of …

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Jun 18

Help Wanted: Workers’ Compensation rights

DEAR CARRIE: My 84-year-old mother-in-law works for a country club in the catering and restaurant division. She has worked there for 20 years and has used just four sick days. She works all holidays and even double shifts when called upon. She recently tripped at work and missed three days because she hurt her knee. …

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Jun 14

Police not affected by workers compensation cuts

The Whole Dirty Truth About Reverse Mortgages. Be Informed. NSW police will be exempt from radical cuts to workers compensation benefits and maintain their existing entitlements. Police Minister Mike Gallacher last night said the state government will maintain the current workers’ compensation and death and disability scheme for police officers. “This commitment includes preserving the …

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Jun 14

Don’t make New York’s already expensive Workers’ Comp system more expensive

ALBANY, NY (06/14/2012)(readMedia)– Two bills before the State Legislature could rollback cost savings created in the 2007 Workers’ Compensation reforms. S.3749-C (Robach)/A.5183 (Simotas) would allow an injured employee to utilize any pharmacy that matched the state’s “published prices,” regardless of whether such pharmacy was in an employer’s network and offered “volume discounts” often significantly below …

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