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Glossary of Orthopaedic Terminology Common Neurological / Orthopaedic Tests NOC (National Occupational Classification) Index page (.html file) (Download Zip File) Explanation of Section "B" benefits in Nova Scotia, By Matthew W. Napier, LL.B. , Boyne Clarke Law Firm Dr. Robert Mahar's article on Whiplash Associated Disorders Guidelines for Medical Legal Reports (Physiotherapists) in Nova Scotia. ( between the Nova Scotia College of Physiotherapists and the Nova Scotia Barristers Society) An interesting article on Fibromyalgia written by Dr. Roch Bernier of the College des médecins du Québec. Whiplash Associated Disorder (Category 2, Quebec Task Force) Physiotherapy Utilization Ontario Insurance Commission, November 24, 1997 Commissioner's Guideline No. 2/97 Chronic Pain, by TJ Murray, OC, MD, FRCPC, FACP, Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine (Division of Neurology) Dalhousie University, Prepared for the Workers’ Compensation Board of Nova Scotia Nova Scotia (Workers' Compensation Board) v. Martin; Nova Scotia (Workers' Compensation Board) v. Laseur Decision Evidence-Based Clinical Guidelines for the Management of Acute Low Back Pain: Prepared by Professor Nikolai Bogduk on behalf of THE Australasian Faculty of Musculoskeletal Medicine for The National Musculoskeletal Medicine Initiative.
Canadian Medical Association Policy - The physician's role in helping patients return to work after an illness or injury (Update 2000)
Handicap after acute whiplash injury A 1-year prospective study of risk factors. Helge Kasch, MD, PhD; Flemming W. Bach, MD, PhD; and Troels S. Jensen, MD, PhD
Rolfe v. AXA Insurance Co., New Brunswick Court of Appeal Decision of Massage Therapy
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