Diagnosing Common Knee, Foot and Ankle Workers’ Compensation Injuries

Inside the Exam Room: Diagnosing Common Work Comp Injuries

Last month, I had the honor of speaking at “Inside the Exam Room: Diagnosing Common Work Comp Injuries,” a lunch-and-learn event hosted by ARC Physical Therapy+ on March 24.

At the event, I presented my methodology for diagnosing common knee, foot and ankle workers’ compensation injuries, including what special tests I use to guide my exam and diagnosis. I also included a mock exam to explore how thorough medical exams by expert physicians can eliminate the need for costly imaging and testing, which can save customers millions of dollars each year.

You can view my full presentation, complete with a Q&A session at the end, here:


James P. Halloran, M.D., Orthopedic SurgeonAbout the Author: James Halloran, M.D. is a board-certified and fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon whose primary clinical interest focuses on diagnosis and treatment of conditions involving the knee, ankle, and foot. Dr. Halloran completed fellowship training in both sports medicine and foot/ankle surgery.