Whenever we’re dealing with these types of cases, I think it’s very imperative to, especially with coming from the doctor perspective and coming from the attorney’s perspective, is we want to make sure that we’re utilizing the right expert at the right time.
A lot of times it’s not a case that I can handle alone.
So this is why I enlist the services of an orthopedic surgeon or a neurologist, physiatrists, pain specialists.
They all have their specific thing. And I would much rather if we have a patient who has a radiculopathy after an injury let’s send them to the neurologist. Get the NCV EMG test done this way. We can either show, Hey, they do have a nerve damage or they don’t have nerve damage.
It’s something that can be treated but then we know this way everyone’s crossing their T’s down their eyes, but the patient’s also getting the best care possible.