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What You Need to Know About Federal Worker’s Compensation Benefits

Dallas Medical Clinic Serving Injured Federal Workers If you are a federal worker, you are likely covered by the Department of Labor’s Office of Workers’ Compensation Programs (OWCP). In the event of a job-related injury or illness, the OWCP will help you with a number of issues, including: Wage replacement Medical treatment Vocational rehabilitation But, […]

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The Psychological Effects of Chronic Back Pain

Texas DOL and Workman’s Comp Doctors Serving Workers with Chronic Back Pain Those who have suffered from chronic back pain understand that persistent, long-term pain can color every part of your day: You may not be able to sleep at night You may not be able to engage in your regular hobbies and activities You […]


Five Reasons Why You Might Not Qualify For Texas Worker’s Compensation Benefits

DOL Physicians Helping Texas’ Injured Workers Get the Compensation they Deserve An on-the-job accident can be devastating to your health, your career, and your overall quality of life. To find out that you do not qualify for Texas worker’s compensation benefits, or to find out that your worker’s compensation claim has been denied, can be […]


The Signs and Symptoms of a Concussion

DOL Physicians Providing Treatment for On-the-job Head Injuries in Texas Did you know that you can suffer a concussion without losing consciousness? Or that it is possible to lose consciousness and not realize it? Far too many people think that they will absolutely know when they have suffered a concussion or a traumatic brain injury […]

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Understanding and Treating Chronic Pain

Texas DOL Doctors Developing Chronic Pain Treatment Plans According to the Institute of Medicine (IOM), over 100 million people in the United States suffer from chronic pain at a cost of $600 billion each year in medical visits and lost productivity. That is almost one in three Americans who regularly struggle with pain and pain […]

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Worker Injuries: A Closer Look at Policeman’s Heel (Plantar Fasciitis)

Dallas Medical Clinic Offering Treatment Plans for on-the-job Plantar Fasciitis Injuries Policeman’s Heel, known technically as plantar fasciitis, is a common foot condition in which the thick end of tissue that connects the heel to the toes becomes irritated and inflamed, causing pain in the heel. It can become impossible to work, walk, or go […]

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Four Common Myths About Texas Workers Compensation

Dallas DOL Physicians Working with Injured Workers to File Compensation Claims Texas worker’s compensation laws can be confusing, complex, and hard to understand. It is no surprise that there are a number of myths and misconceptions about Texas workers comp, from why claims are denied to what is considered a work-related injury. Below, we have […]

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Understanding Herniated Disc Injuries

Dallas, Texas DOL Physicians Providing Treatment Options for Work Related Herniated Disc Injuries Anyone who has suffered from a back or neck injury knows all too well that they can cause excruciating and immobilizing pain pain that can make it impossible to walk or sleep, let alone concentrate or perform at work. One of the […]

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How Registered Nurses Can Avoid Back Injuries

DOL Physicians Treating Nurses with Work-related Back Injuries in the Dallas Region According to the Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), nurses suffer more than 35,000 back and other injuries each year while on the job that are serious enough to cause them to miss work. The majority of these injuries are preventable […]

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How to Configure Your Desk to Avoid Repetitive Strain Injuries

Board Certified Doctors Treating Repetitive Strain Injuries in the Dallas Area It is a dangerous misconception that office and desk workers are safe from injury while at the workplace. Not only are they susceptible to fall injuries and lift injuries just as other workers are, but they are also in danger of repetitive strain injuries […]