Good doctors

The good doctors (who still see workcover patients), including some independent medical doctors

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we all know how hard it can be to find a doctor or specialist these days who is still willing to see a patient on workcover, given the endless bureaucracy, harassment, underpayment and associated, ahum, un-pleasantries!

Great doctors who see workcover patients

Orthopedic surgeons

  • Professor Krishnan, SA, he comes highly recommended by several SA injured workers with upper limb injuries
  • Dr Michael J. Sandow Orthopedic Surgeon in SA (does shoulders) comes highly recommended

Neurosurgeons

Pain specialists

Psychiatrists

  • Dr Sunil Datta – Melbourne (Essendon West), Victoria
  • Ian H. Mackinnon Forensic & Consultant Psychologist – Melbourne, Vic. Ian McKinnon who sees though this set-up and writes report not a violent bone in my body. Highly recommended forensic psychologist Ian McKinnon

Psychologists

Cardiologists

Vascular surgeons

Plastic surgeons

  • Mr Steven Salino – Moonee Ponds and Hoppers Crossing

 

updated28 October 2014

 

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Lin
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Does anyone have feedback regarding cease payments at 65 from Workcover and is it worth going to concilliation?

woowoo
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One could argue that retirement age is now ? 70. My ex is approaching 65 and his legal team will be pushing for an extension of payment to retirement age.