Re: Is a New Injury That Occurs During Treatment Proximately Caused by the Prior Inju
It's not bone on bone in the context you're talking.
There's still some disk space and cartilage left - enough to give some cushion.
These people have done this before, they know how to do therapies without aggravating injuries.
Without going into details, they always begin any therapy session with saying "if you feel pain -stop"
I'll warn you against exaggerating your pain or failing to cooperate, they'll see through it.
Just go there, do your best and get out - don't resist or make trouble.
I assure you, the carrier has no intention of letting you do nothing and paying you for life.
If by chance you do suffer an aggravation, it would have to be supported with objective medical evidence - they're not going to accept your word alone.
It's a tough standard, something will have to show up on an MRI or blood test to support your claim.
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