Hand and wrist injuries – such as carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, sprains, strains, fractures and contusions – are among the most common work-related injuries in the United States, sending more than 1 million workers to the emergency room each year, … Continued
Heavy lifting, repetitive movement and even sitting at a desk all day can cause serious neck and back conditions. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 1 million workers suffer back injuries each year, and back injuries account … Continued
As an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in shoulder and knee problems, I treat a large number of workers’ compensation injuries. Specifically, I see a lot of patients with rotator cuff injuries, labral tears above the shoulder, torn ACLs and meniscus … Continued
Dickson-Diveley Orthopaedics proudly joins with others to sponsor the 41st annual Kansas Department of Labor Workers’ Compensation Seminar, September 29 to 30, at the Overland Park Convention Center. Drs. James Halloran, C. Lan Fotopoulos, Theodore Koreckij and Scott Wingerter will … Continued
The Kansas Self-Insurers Association (KSIA) plans to hold its annual conference on July 9 and 10 at Hotel Oldtown in Wichita, KS. Dickson-Diveley Orthopaedics is a co-sponsor of the conference, which aims to keep attendees informed about workers’ compensation best practices … Continued
LEAWOOD – Dickson-Diveley Orthopaedics joins other sponsors of the 16th annual Case Management Society of America (CMSA) Kansas City Conference and Exhibit today at the Ritz Charles in Overland Park. Dawn Comer, workers compensation and medical-legal supervisor, and Rachelle Eikel, workers compensation … Continued
Dr. James Halloran explains his methodology for diagnosing common knee, foot and ankle workers’ compensation injuries.
LEAWOOD, KAN. – (March 20, 2015) James P. Halloran, M.D., will be an honored speaker at “Inside the Exam Room: Diagnosing Common Work Comp Injuries,” a lunch and learn hosted by ARC Physical Therapy+. The event will cover how thorough … Continued