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Are Your SI Joints Causing Your Chronic Low Back Pain?

Many people have lived with chronic back pain for years. Whether merely a nagging inconvenience or a debilitating pain, chronic back pain at its least decreases quality of life and at its worse can be disabling. In fact, some impressive statistics concerning lower back pain include that it is the most significant cause of disability in the entire world and it is one of the leadingContinue reading

Off Work on Workers’ Comp and Thinking of Retiring? THINK AGAIN!

From time to time, we see the situation where an employee with many years at their job decides to retire following a serious injury but before they have concluded their workers’ compensation claim.  Normally, they reason that since they will not be able to return to their job due to their injuries, they might as well go ahead and retire so they can receive theirContinue reading

Injured Workers – You Don’t Have to Accept an AMA Guide Settlement – Just Say No!

We’ve been getting calls lately from people who have received workers compensation settlement offers from the insurance company for only a small fraction of what their coworkers got six months ago.  Most often, the insurance company told them they had to accept a settlement because a doctor gave them a disability rating under the American Medical Association’s (AMA) Guidelines to impairment.  At times an uninformedContinue reading