- Current Newsletter
- V. 2013
- V. 2012
- V. 2011
- Proof of Service simple, yet important
- Laptop Devices Can Help Neck Fatigue
- Prescription Drug Abuse – Ways to Help Curb the Epidemic
- To Sign or to Veto … that is the Question.
- Footrest – When Should I Use One?
- URAC Accreditation
- What Have We Learned about the UR process?
- A Pair of Opinions
- Cell Phone Usage
- Almarez - Guzman – Olgilve
- Chronic Pain and UR - Why Would a Receiving Physician "Approve" Massive Doses of Medications?
- Document Holders - When to Use Them
- Trackball, Touchpad, Vertical Mice, and Rollermouse
- Find me a Doctor
- Jo Ann Marsh, DC
- Bilateral, Left-handed, or Right-handed Mouse?
- How Much is Three Cents Worth?
- Why I Joined the EK Team
- LEGAL-EASE: Stipulations are Forever
- Ergonomic Tip of the Month: Short, Split, or Standard Keyboard
- The California Intractable Pain Treatment Act and Workers' Compensation
- LEGAL-EASE: Major Support for Medical Provider Networks
- Ergonomic Tip of the Month: Keyboard Tray Versus Work Surface
- EK Health Hosts a Successful 2nd Semi-Annual Educational Seminar
- LEGAL-EASE: Interpreter Services Liens - a new beginning
- Ergonomic Tip of the Month: Sitting Comfortably When Driving
- Spine Study
- LEGAL-EASE: How Much Do You Pay For Family Member Caregiving?
- What is Neuropathic Pain? And, How Do You Treat It?
- Ergonomic Tip of the Month: Sharing a Workstation
- Pharmacology of Chronic Pain - March 2011
- Ergonomic Tip of the Month: Work Surface or Keyboard Tray?
- LEGAL-EASE: Doctors Repackaging Drugs for Profit
- The FDA and Pain Medication – What’s the Latest?
- Ergonomic Tip of the Month: Mom thumb – DeQuervian’s Thumb
- LEGAL-EASE: Predictions for 2011
- Dr. Marsh Bestowed the EK Health Award of Merit
- V. 2010