MMI is short for Maximum Medical Improvement. This is a term used by doctors that basically advises you that that doctor does not think medically they can improve upon your condition. Typically in Georgia workers’ compensation claims they will then issue a permanent impairment rating based upon the AMA Guidelines or have a therapist issue one from the results of a functional capacity evaluation (See FCE FAQ).
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