Specialists & Experts
We have a diverse team of skilled and experienced medical specialists so we can handle all of our clientsâ€™ needs. These specialists are capable of assessing and treating a broad range of medical conditions.
They have all the necessary qualifications to provide defensible assessments and effective treatments. That includes:
Registration with the appropriate regulatory colleges.
Staying up to date and having a full understanding of all relevant government regulations.
Extensive experience, education, and training.
By providing prompt access to our medical experts, we can take care of your independent medical evaluations quickly. Here are some examples of the specialists we can offer, and how they can help.
Experts in the diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss. They can provide hearing exams, hearing and speech rehab programs, treatment for balance disorders or tinnitus, and hearing aid fitting and adjustment.
CATASTROPHIC DETERMINATION SPECIALISTS
Determine if the victim of an accident has a â€œcatastrophic impairmentâ€ as defined in the Ontario Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (SABS).
Diagnose and treat oral problems including issues in the structures and tissues of the jaw and face.
Specialize in disorders of the brain, spinal cord, and nerves.
Specialize in brain disorders that affect behaviour.
Address vision issues and eye health.
Focus on the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the bones, joints, tendons, muscles, and ligaments.
PAIN MANAGEMENT SPECIALISTS
Evaluate and treat all types of pain. That includes diagnosing the conditions that cause pain, and creating treatment plans.
Focus on restoring function and quality of life to patients with physical disabilities and impairments. They perform diagnosis and assessment, then determine the therapies that are needed to help the patient.
Specialize in reducing disfigurements or scarring caused by accidents, diseases, or birth defects.
Evaluate patientsâ€™ learning competencies, personality characteristics, social skills and more to determine how they affect the patientâ€™s ability to receive training and return to work.
Evaluate conditions related to joints, tendons, or ligaments and provide recommendations or treatment.