The Myth of Invisible Wounds of War: A Primer on Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment

The Invisible Wounds of War

What Is Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment In listening to the radio and on TV very frequently there is referral to the problem of the invisible wounds of war and we keep hearing about the increased incidents of suicide in our vets.… Continue Reading

Prison Mental Health Care System Inadequate: Correctional Experts Agree

High Rate of Prisoners on the Mental Health Caseload

Mental Care In U.S. Prison System Inadequate There is a high rate of  U.S. Prisoners on the mental health caseload. The U.S. Prison System is inadequate since mental health care experts agree that the services contracted to treat mentally ill… Continue Reading

Unrecognized Soft Tissue Injuries In A Medical MalPractice Case

Physicians are often called upon to evaluate and manage a wide scope of soft tissue injuries.  Damage to adjacent structures or organs are sometimes overlooked, even after thorough evaluation by the initial practitioner. The prudent practitioner will consider a plastic surgical… Continue Reading

What is an “Age of Injury” Report, & How to Effectively Use It to Determine Causation?

Age of Injury Evaluation

A picture is worth a thousand words.  For litigation purposes, diagnostic images have become a vital tool in leveraging the perception of the case.  There is currently a scientific method of determining whether an injury was related or unrelated to… Continue Reading