Injury Prevention Stretching – Worth It?

Posted July 08, 2016 in Injury Prevention
Musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) are injuries or dysfunctions affecting muscles, bones, nerves, tendons, ligaments, joints, cartliages, etc.  According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, in 2014 the leading nature of injury or illness was ...
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How Injury Prevention Knocks Out Opioid Abuse

Posted June 28, 2016 in Injury Prevention , Opioid Abuse
Opioids are usually prescribed to control pain, often after an injury or surgery. But easy availability and tolerance development are driving addiction levels so high that the Centers for Disease Control has declared an opioid abuse epidemic.
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Opioid Abuse: A Sprain Can Cause More Damage than You Think

Posted June 20, 2016 in Injury Prevention , Opioid Abuse

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Fully Insured vs. Self Insured: Myths about paying for prevention

Posted May 20, 2016 in Injury Prevention , Insurance
It comes up quite often in conversations with our clients and potential clients that, for companies that are self-insured, paying for preventative initiatives is in your best interest. The thought is since you are managing your own money, it...
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Wrinkles on the Inside

Posted April 29, 2016 in Injury Prevention
Billions of dollars are spent each year on high-tech imaging of body parts via MRIs. As a result, millions of people are diagnosed with terms that often sound downright scary. Things like Degenerative Disc Disease, Partial-thickness Rotator Cuff...
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Perception Matters

Posted April 28, 2016 in Injury Prevention
What determines the cost of soft tissue claims? Severity of injury is certainly one of the factors. But ultimately the injured employee is the one in control. And the more severe the subjective complaints are, the higher the severity and, thus,...
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