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WorkSafeBC / BY: Ben Jong, MD April 2018
... others received appropriate rehabilitation. Treatment of type-III (completely displaced) AC joint injuries ( Figure ) has been ... on the degree of displacement.[ 3 ] The authors’ practice is to clinically attempt a reduction of the AC joint to help discern a ...
WorkSafeBC / BY: Colin Jackson, MD, FRCSC May 2017
... violently are at higher risk, but those who work in any type of practice or location are vulnerable. A  Canadian Medical Association ...
WorkSafeBC / BY: David Sheps, MD, MSc, MBA, FRCSC, January/February 2016
... management you should discuss the risks and benefits of each type of management with each patient and tailor the management based on each ... As a subspecialty shoulder surgeon in clinical practice, I have seen consistently good outcomes with surgical management, with ...
Clinical Articles / BY: Jason Forbes, MD, September 2012
... because recurrence is a concern after hernia repair, the practice of recommending extended convalescence has persisted despite research ... in the variable incidence of postoperative pain may be the type of repair employed.  In a randomized trial published in the  Lancet ...
WorkSafeBC / BY: Kukuh Noertjojo, MD, October 2010
... in PRP.  To date, the respective role of each type of growth factor requires further exploration. As well, recent evidence ... the blood. In April 2010, the WorkSafeBC Evidence-Based Practice Group conducted a systematic literature review of the effectiveness of ...
WorkSafeBC / BY: Craig Martin, MD, September 2009
... of injury, operating pressure of the equipment involved, and type and estimated quantity of material injected should all be identified. The ... are available on request. —WorkSafeBC Evidence Based Practice and Outcome Research Group ( www.worksafebc.com/evidence ) ...
WorkSafeBC / BY: Peter Rothfels, MD November 2008
... occupational medicine topics. The WorkSafeBC Evidence Based Practice Group, a Canadian Cochrane affiliate under the leadership of Dr Craig ... education in treatment of nonspecific low-back pain and the type of education that is most effective. The types of patient education ...
WorkSafeBC / BY: Don Graham, MD, CCFP September 2007
... you must establish the following engineering and work practice controls: • If clinically appropriate, supply employees with a ... attached to disposable syringes and winged-steel (butterfly-type) needles. High-risk work practices In addition to risks ...
ICBC / BY: Martin Ray, MD, January/February 2007
... . Dr Ralph Jones in Chilliwack, who has a general practice and specializes in mental health care, recently asked me to clarify ... medication ICBC’s accident benefits do not cover any type of alternative therapy or treatment. Payment for unproven therapy is ...
WorkSafeBC / BY: Don Graham, MD, CCFP September 2006
At a recent BCMA-WorkSafeBC Liaison Committee meeting, BCMA representatives asked if we could ... earnings are $5200. For example, for a private medical practice, the premium for the minimum $1500/month coverage would be ... registration form, visit  www.WorkSafeBC.com  and type in the keyword “physician conference.”   ...