What do you want? You are entitled to treatment, but you did not attend. You asked to be released to work, but you do not want to work. What solution are you looking for here?
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You can return for treatment as long as the condition is related to work. Whether you missed appointments or not does not prohibit you from further treatment. If you are back to work, but need further medical treatment they still need to give it to you. If they don't you need to file a workman compensation petition.
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Your mistake was not hiring an experienced WC attorney at the beginning. When PT is too painful, you need to immediately advise the ordering physician and ask whether the order should be modified or whether the level of pain you are experiencing is normal. If you had done that, you would not have had any benefits suspended and you would not have been desperate to RTW prematurely. You need the direction of a doctor you can trust and then a competent attorney who can assure you get that care.
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