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Introduction and Early Life of Jobe Watson

19th September 2011
Introduction and Early LifeJobe Watson is a professional Australian Rules footballer and plays for the Essendon Bombers Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL) with jersey number 4. He is the son of a former AFL footballer and Essendon Capta... Read >
Author: TedBrumby

Maximising Quantum In Personal Injury Cases: A Physio’s Role

05th September 2011
Solicitors and other legal professionals could do a lot worse when trying to find an expert witness than call upon an experienced physio. When it comes to an understanding of the process of rehabilitation of soft tissue injuries, physiotherapists should b... Read >
Author: X-Pro/ Law-Pro

ICBC Injury Settlements

26th July 2011
A question I get asked on a frequent basis by my clients in the early stages is "what is my claim worth"? Unfortunately, this is almost impossible to answer at the beginning. Many factors are at play, such as liability, contributory negligence, mitigatio... Read >
Author: Glenn Veale

Limping Canines Often Times have Dog Cruciate Ligament Injury

10th May 2011
For people with a limping dog, it truly is very disheartening trying to find out what is in fact triggering them to limp and where exactly the problem is. Often times, canine owners come up empty handed when they are touching their dogs to discover the pr... Read >
Author: Dr. James

Medical Applications of Infrared Thermal Imaging Camera

04th March 2011
All things, including the human body emits infrared radiation when near room temperature and increases in proportion with the surrounding temperature. Thermal imaging cameras are a thermographic application that converts this infrared radiation into a vis... Read >
Author: Thomas

Pain between Shoulder Blades Explained

19th February 2010
Often times, people will experience pain and discomfort between the shoulder blades without having any prior injury. This may leave them wondering as to what could be the cause of their pain. Since there are many factors which can produce pain between the... Read >
Author: jabrams

Dislocation Of The Shoulder Joint

04th December 2009
A joint dislocation occurs when the two joint surfaces, which normally sit in intimate contact with each other, are wrenched away from each other to lie apart without any relationship. Joints have a surrounding ligamentous bag called a joint capsule and t... Read >
Author: David Ravech

Case Studies of Using Frequency Specific Micro current

02nd September 2009
New Injury Case Report The patient was a 19 year old male driver of a vehicle rear-ended by another vehicle travelling approximately 60 miles an hour. The injuries expected from this magnitude of collision would have been significant and the patient wo... Read >
Author: munaf

How Much is My Hand Injury Claim Worth?

18th May 2009
Today I will be concluding the series of articles that began last week relating to arm injuries. This time we have moved on from the elbow, and the wrist, to the end of the arm - the hand. The hand is the most complex part of the arm, containing 27 bon... Read >
Author: Neil Worrall - Camps Solicitors

Leg Injury Compensation Claim Amounts - How Much Can I Claim?

29th April 2009
Whilst judging compensation amounts is entirely dependent on the individual circumstances of each individual's accident, publications such as the Judicial Studies Board Guidelines give some idea of the likely level of compensation a particular injury will... Read >
Author: Neil Worrall - Camps Solicitors

Guide to Selecting the Best Horse Riding Body Protector

12th January 2009
When choosing a body protector, there are certain factors that should be considered; • What discipline will the rider be undertaking when wearing it? • What are the hazards that the rider may become subject to? It is the nature of the hazar... Read >
Author: Felicity Lightbody
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