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Q78 - Back Muscle Strain

Question:  Early in the work week, an employee alleges tightness and mild pain in his back after pushing a heavy cart in a warehouse. The employee is seen by the onsite nurse who discusses conservative treatment options before visiting the doctor. The employee agrees he is not in enough pain to be seen by the doctor and follows the nurse’s instructions for over-the-counter naproxen along with daily massage treatments in the first aid office. The employee continues his normal duties and the treatment seemed to be paying off by the end of the week. Is it recordable?

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