DOI: 9/30/2011. Patient is a 41-year-old male information technology computer support specialist who sustained injury while he was walking through a lobby when he slipped and fell. Per OMNI, he was initially diagnosed with lumbar intervertebral disc syndrome, myofasciitis and right arm strain. He underwent a right shoulder surgery on 07/16/13 and 12/22/15.
DOI: 6/23/2016. Patient is a 42-year-old female registered nurse who sustained injury to her neck/left shoulder when she twisted to keep the attachment from falling to the floor. Per OMNI, she was initially diagnosed with strain to multiple body parts.
11/13/14 MRI of the lumbar spine showed 4mm left paracentral and foraminal disc protrusion at L4-5, which mildly impinges upon the thecal sac and the proximal left L5 nerve root. The disc protrusion also moderately narrows the left foramen and lateral recess. There was also a 2mm posterior central disc protrusion at L5-S1. A 2mm disc bulge at L2-3 was seen. There was a mild degenerative facet and ligament flava hypertrophy at L4-5 and
DOI: 6/16/2015. Patient is a 67-year-old male role player who sustained injury when he was picked by soldier while role playing and carried up a hill. Per the medical report dated 08/12/16 by Dr. Gunderson, the patient had neck pain, as well as headaches, dizziness and blurred vision. The neck
DOI: 7/26/2012. The patient is a 44-year old female pickup associate who sustained a work-related injury to her hip while moving a barbecue grill. As per OMNI entry, she was initially diagnosed with lumbar strain and sacroiliac joint pain.
DOI: 12/20/2010. Patient is a 63-year-old female compliance support specialist who sustained a work-related injury when she slipped and fell on wet tile floor. Per OMNI, she strained her left wrist, left shoulder and neck.
DOI: 12/29/2015. Patient is a 38-year-old male customer engineer who sustained injury when he stepped out of the car and slipped. As per OMNI notes, the patient sustained strain to the lower back.
Based on the medical report dated 08/31/15, the patient complains of low back pain, associated with numbness and parethesias. She has been treated with PT and is scheduled for her first lumbar ESI. On examination of the lumbar spine, range of motion shows anterior flexion of 30 degrees and extension and bilateral lateral bending of 10 degrees, all with pain. Straight leg raisin test is positive bilaterally Assessments are displacement of cervical and lumbar intervertebral discs without myelopathy. Conservative treatment consisting of PT, anti-inflammatory medication, pilates and/or
DOI: 1/23/2016. Patient is a 39-year-old male field technician who sustained a work related injury to his lower back when he strained his muscle when reaching under customer's desk. He was diagnosed with lumbar strain and herniated nucleus pulposus right L4/5.
DOI: 2/14/2011. The patient is a 52-year-old female clinical nurse who sustained a work-related injury to her low back from carrying a baby to the mother. As per the medical report dated 8/13/15, the patient complained of pain in her back. She has had two prior surgeries on her back,
DOI: 3/8/2011. Patient is a 49-year-old male route sales representative who sustained cumulative trauma to his neck, psyche, back, abdomen and lower extremity. Per OMNI entry, IW is initially diagnosed with chronic cervical and lower back pain with radicular symptoms, and chronic knee pain. Per the AME supplemental report dated 10/11/13 by Dr. Abeliuk, future medical care includes cervical and lumbar ESI, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS), non-narcotic analgesics and access to 24 PT visits in two years, for flare-ups.
DOI: 8/26/2015. The patient is a 44-year-old female employee who sustained a work-related injury to her back when an elevator malfunctioned. As per OMNI entry, she was initially diagnosed with back sprain/strain.
DOI: 10/1/2015. Patient is a 47-year-old male janitor who sustained injuries to his head, neck and back resulting from falling from a 22-feet ladder. As per OMNI notes, the patient sustained head lacerations/neck and back contusion. He was taken via paramedics and was admitted and treated for head lacerations, neck
Per AME report dated 5/5/2014, future medical treatment should include MRI of the right hip and lumbar spine, EMG and nerve conduction study, use of oral and topical analgesics and home stretching exercise program. Per the supplemental report dated 9/19/2014, patient was declared permanent and stationary. Attached is another Supplemental to the AME report dated 03/11/15.
DOI: 1/12/2004. Patient is a 57-year old male hospital employee who sustained a low back injury due to moving a stack of medical charts. Based on progress report dated 08/28/15, the patient complains of severe low back pain rated as 5-6/10, radiating to the left leg to ankle.