Tag: <span>surveillance</span>

Surveillance

Surveillance as a Disincentive to Recovery “…he’s supposed to be disabled and here he was working in his yard, going for walks and playing ball with his kids…” Dr. Adams replies: Many believe that an injured worker, if truly disabled, cannot work and will not attempt any activity. On the other hand, if any patient …

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Why Patients Will Lie

Many injured males work in construction. This is obviously physically demanding although they may actually tolerate pain …
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Distrust and Mistrust

A consistently recurring problem occurs when attempting to assist injured workers who develop these high levels of distrust …
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Pain & Personality

Here is a bit of irony – employers are the most vigorous in their denial of the psychological aspects of a work-injury …
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