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Is Carpal Tunnel a Workers’ Comp Injury?

Carpal tunnel affects millions of people every year. The American Academy of Family Physicians estimates that as many as six percent of adults suffer from this issue. If you develop carpal tunnel as a result of computer work or making repetitive motions as part of your job, do you have a workers’ comp case? What […]


It is extremely difficult to determine the severity of an injury sustained in an accident (automobile, slip and fall, work, or construction) at the onset. Surprisingly, many injuries that may initially seem serious, often turn out to be not as bad as first anticipated. Conversely, many injuries sustained by accident victims that appear mild at […]

Tips to Reduce the Risk of Slip and Fall Injuries at Your Business

Having a customer file a slip and fall injury case can do more than cost you money, it can damage your reputation. This is especially true if the victim makes a big deal out of the case. You may find yourself losing customers in addition to dealing with all of the costs that come with […]

Construction Site Safety

Dr. Jeff J. Mollins, Brooklyn’s premier accident specialist knows very well that an ounce of prevention is always better than a pound of cure. Dr. Mollins has been diagnosing, treating, and documenting injuries sustained by accident victims for almost 30 years. Dr. Mollins is well aware that injuries due to accidents are extremely common at […]

How a Chiropractor Can Help with Sciatica

The sciatic nerve is one of the longest nerves in the body, and when it’s under pressure, you may end up feeling pain from your lower back all the way down your leg. It can be hard to move your leg and foot, can make it difficult to sit, and may result in shooting pain […]

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (Part 1)

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome surprisingly, is one of the more common conditions diagnosed by Dr. Jeff J. Mollins. As the premier accident specialist in New York, with almost 30 years of experience, Dr. Mollins is well aware that Thoracic Outlet Syndrome can result from a traumatic accident/or repetitive motion. Thoracic Outlet Syndrome must be promptly and […]

What to Do When You’re in an Accident

If you’re in a car accident, your first reaction is to probably one of concern. It’s very important, though, that you take a few deep breaths and calm yourself down. There are a number of things you need to do immediately after the accident in order to make certain you are unharmed. You being safe […]

Driving Safety Tips To Avoid Accidents

Dr. Mollins strongly believes that an ounce of prevention is always better than a pound of cure. Dr. Mollins, Brooklyn’s premier accident specialist, has been diagnosing, treating, and documenting injuries (ranging from mild to severe) sustained in all types of accidents (automobile, work, and slip and falls) for almost 30 years. Dr. Mollins firmly believes […]

Dealing with Repetitive Motion Injuries

Repetitive motion injuries which are also called repetitive stress injuries are temporary or permanent injuries to muscles, nerves, ligaments, and tendons caused by doing the same motion over and over again. A common example of this is carpal tunnel syndrome which is occurs when the median nerve, which travels from the forearm to the hand […]

Pinched nerves from Fall Accidents in Workplace: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

Pinched nerve is a term used to describe the uncomfortable sensation that occurs when excessive pressure exerted on the peripheral nerve irritates or damages it. Peripheral nerve refers to any nerve located outside the spinal cord and the brain. As much as the pinched nerve condition is typically associated with neck injury and back pain, […]