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Integrated Medical Case Solutions (IMCS) is the industry’s leading bio psychosocial program with evidence-based outcomes and a proven track-record for transforming workers’ compensation cases.

Back in Action: The PTSD Return to Work Guide

The ultimate goal of PTSD (posttraumatic stress disorder) therapy is to get the person back at work and functioning normally. This will be successful only if each step is done correctly.

The Medicine Cabinet in Your Brain

Emotions are powerful. They not only make a difference in how we feel and behave, but they directly impact our health as well. In fact, because of the science of the mind and body, we can actually block out viruses from our bodies when we are flooded with happy,...

Shots Fired! Police Officers and PTSD in Florida

Following the horrific tragedies at Orlando’s Pulse Nightclub and Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Florida legislature approved legislation to provide workers’ compensation coverage to First Responders who suffer from work-related posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Why Delayed Recoveries are Driving Up Costs and What You Can Do About Them

On average, workers’ compensation payers are spending more money per claim, despite the drop in frequency for most of the last several years. There are several factors driving these costs—medications, overutilization and more procedures being done in hospitals or other medical facilities rather than outpatient.

They Get by With a Little Help from Their Friends: First Responders and PTSD Part 1

Social isolation is one of the classic symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It’s not necessarily that those affected have no interest in engaging in their normal activities, but the fear of persistent flashbacks and panic attacks that can arise with no apparent reason often prevents sufferers from leaving their homes — sometimes even their beds.

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