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Dr Kantilal Kanji IMA assessement

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Posted 06 April 2007 - 11:01 AM

View PostSparrow, on Apr 6 2007, 10:38 AM, said:

PLEASE NOTE :
HE IS REFERRED TO AS A PAIN THERAPIST. YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE A REGISTERED GP TO CARRY OUT ANY WORK AS A THERAPIST.
ALSO ANYONE WHO WAS ASSESSED BY THIS GUY SHOULD HAVE THE DECISION OVERTURNED AS HE IS SUPPOSED TO BE WORKING "UNDER SUPERVISION"
Perhaps ACC can explain as to why they are not using him now as a Toady Assessor?


Bloody obvious. He had the nearest thing to being permanently "struck off" that you can get. No longer qualified to carry out assessments!
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Posted 06 April 2007 - 02:16 PM

Kiwi, are you attending Garesh or Kantilal Kanji?
It is Kantilal Kangi who is the Toady who injured Maungataniwha among others!
Garesh is listed in NZMC website as Musculo Skeletal GP.

Kanji K is listed in Auckland as a Voc GP who is undergoing Recertification.
I wish you well in your treatment but would still be apprehensive of these 2 brothers!!!
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Posted 12 June 2007 - 09:35 AM

Garesh is listed in NZMC website as Musculo Skeletal GP.





This Dr gave a very good report that got a claimaint reinststed after the Wanganui toady Dr Wilson BMA Wanganui gave a report fron a file review that was diffrent from local specialists.

I would recomend Garesh Kanji, i beleive all he assesses now for ACC is lump sun and independence allowance.
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Posted 03 August 2011 - 08:20 PM

View Postflowers, on 06 April 2007 - 07:47 AM, said:

Must be the indian version of Smith!



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Hey is this the same Garesh Kanji?


View Postnot their victim, on 31 July 2011 - 10:19 AM, said:

Dr G kanji has been my saviour....so i would disagree with that one, however, it also depends on whether hes writing the report for you, or for acc.

But as for R B Christian, little power tripper, who interrrupts your version of symptoms, ignores medical reports that are actually valid, and is an overpaid hatcheteman for acc.....

Please Note::: the law states, that if these people are NOT your treatment provider, then they can only offer an OPINION ONLY as they usually do NOT HAVE THE SAME QUALIFICATIONS as YOUR SPECIALIST..........this is an important LAW that is being ignored by ACC.

that is, if i were to trip and fall right now, in front of Christian, with the neck injury I have, he would not be able to operate, as he does not have the "scope of practise" required to put me back together............

this loophole LAW, has allowed ACC to get away with putting us through all sorts of BULLSHIT ASSESSMENTS, that are actually NOT LEGAL!!!

as I know for a fact, I would never give express permission for the likes of B Christian to treat me-EVER..............

stick the Law at the acc please, theyve got away with this far too long................

peter sara recently re-iterated this after his an Hazel Amstrongs huge win for K MC grath in SUPREME COURT!!!


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Posted 03 August 2011 - 10:49 PM

Giresh is based in wellington, at the southern cross

he is a very clever man

he does a lot of pain management, and may be an acc assessor i believe???



i have always had referrals from my advocate, not my Gp, but the GP agrees with the management , as after all, im the INJURED PERSON

with scans, which Giresh read...and was fully prepared to put his job on the line, to write a true and accurate account of my injury and capablities.

and that is what we all deserve.....
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Posted 06 August 2011 - 02:58 AM

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Posted 25 September 2011 - 01:00 AM

BUMP

View Postrose, on 10 April 2005 - 10:28 PM, said:

My name is Rose and I have suffered a TBI, (Traumatic Brain Injury), I have recently had an IMA carried out by Dr Kanji, his findings are a load of bull shit, he had my GP's, Occupational Therapist, Specialists reports etc etc etc. He stated on one page of his report all my medical disabilities but totally contridicted himself in his analysis of my capabilities.

He took it upon himself to make the recomendation to ACC that I was fit for full time work in my previous occupation. He made this assessement even though I had only been able to cope with 24 hours per week which was made up of four days, Mon, Tue (wed off) Thur, Fri. Wed was a rest day. I worked 6 hours per day which was split in two shifts with a 2 1/2 break in the middle when I slept to be able to cope with the remainder of the day.

Because of his report I have had my intitlements cut.

There is no way I can work full time in my previous role as he has stated. I have of course asked for a review of his decision.

I have the backing of my GP who has still been issuing my ARC18 certs but ACC won't acknowledge them as they say Kanji's findings over rule my own GP's.

I have phoned Dr Kanji direct and questioned his qualifications in the head injury field, he told me he has as much experience as any other GP in this field, so why arn't my GPs ARC18"s being accepted? Dr Kanji has no neuropychological qualifications and based his entire assessment on my physical capabilities.

Interestly enough he also stated both verbally and in his reply letter that his findings in no way indicated the amount of workable hours, especially full time work I was capable of.

Well that is funny because ACC say based on his findings they will no longer cover me.

I would love to hear from anyone who has had a similar shafting from ACC after their IMA.

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Posted 25 September 2011 - 10:39 AM

as this is under K Kanji's thread, im assuming you went to Kantilal Kanji???

Giresh kanji, is GP, with Pain Management qualifications, and is an author of pain management books

it makes him slightly more qualified than a lot of the toadies we get sent to as in Christian, who got his degree in 2004, then immediately started work for acc, so much for the 5 years experience required within their own vocational policy, so anything christian writes is negated by his lack of experience.

not only that, he wrote deliberate lies in my file, so i am still following up with the HDC and Med Council. I will get him off the register for a dangerous crime

In 2006 after i had been to Turner, an advocate and the slug lawyer i was using at the time, asked me if i had been sexually interfered with during his "examination"???
according to these 2, and i did find relevant back up material of the health practitioners disciplinary website, Turner had a court case against him for historic rape!!!
this was reported to to the branch office ans the reference numbers are all through my file...
bugger me, they tried to get me back to him in 2010 with the threat of disintitlement, after 4.42 second i was thrown out, as i asked him the qualification of his shperone and he went freaking ballistic, to the point my support person stood up as she thought turner was going to hit me!!!!

that was going to the news, when an hour later i was reinstated, only to be sent to christian one month later, and this is the case i am working on, bloody shocking that he can state in a "medical report" after walking 5 steps south, 5 steps north, that my neck is perfectly normal....
there is other literature as well including the fact acc forgot to give christian my neuro report, and the acc lawyer phillips says to him/...oh you rememeber, we did send it to you! bullshit, i saw the files on his desk....

the dangerous way they are now disentitling with blatant diregard for health staus is illegal, and i will make sure this illegality is reported and acted upon until this person can no longer do any harm to the public....

worst of all...its bad enough messing with claimants, and considering i was a health professional as well....i know how to hit where it hurts....poor boy wont have his 245,000-750,000 by the time im finished...
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Posted 25 September 2011 - 11:32 AM

View Postnot their victim, on 25 September 2011 - 10:39 AM, said:



the dangerous way they are now disentitling with blatant diregard for health staus is illegal, and i will make sure this illegality is reported and acted upon until this person can no longer do any harm to the public....



Wow, your advocate saw Turner's abusive behaviours so they couldn't LIE to the OCI - Office of Covering-up Incidents? Not surprising you were reinstated an hour later. http://accforum.org/...r-w-e-d-turner/


View PostGary Wilson, on 23 September 2011 - 10:48 PM, said:



Article published to web - Jul 17, 2011
McGrath v ACC

Supreme Court reins in ACC

McGrath v ACC (SC 127/2010)

This case serves as a salient reminder to ACC that it can only make a claimant undergo the vocational independence process when he or she is “likely” to be assessed as vocationally independent; the process is not be used as a mere investigative process.

The recent Supreme Court decision of McGrath v ACC brings long-awaited clarity to the requirement under section 110(3) of the Accident Compensation Act 2001. The section dictates that ACC must not require a claimant to participate in a vocational independence assessment unless the claimant is likely to achieve vocational independence and until the claimant has completed any vocational rehabilitation that ACC was liable to provide under his or her rehabilitation plan.

The Supreme Court emphasised that in order to commence the vocational independence process (consisting of a vocational independence occupational assessment and vocational independence medical assessment) ACC must have evidence that vocational independence is likely, at the date of referral for assessment. The Court agreed that “likely” in this context “is an outcome reasonably in prospect” (para 33)

Chief Justice Elias recognised that the purpose of section 110(3) is “to protect claimants from unnecessary assessments where there is no real prospect of vocational independence” and that “[s]uch assessments are intrusive and upsetting” (para 32)

In order for a claimant to be vocationally independent, they must be occupationally suited to a particular job and have the medical capacity to work in that job for 30 hours or more.

In this case, when ACC required the claimant to undergo the vocational independence assessments, it had evidence from the claimant’s treating medical practitioners (a specialist in pain management and her general practitioner), that she could only sustain 15 hours of work per week. It did not have any current medical information or opinion to suggest that she could sustain anything longer. ACC had previously commenced the vocational independence process and had a vocational independence medical assessment that was over four years old that said the claimant could work for periods of 35 hours or more[1]. Ultimately, due to a flaw in the process, the claimant was not found to be vocationally independent. The Chief Justice stated that it was not “reasonable to rely on an assessment that was four years out of date when supporting the view in September 2008 that vocational assessment was likely to lead to a conclusion of vocational independence when other medical opinions in the interim had expressed quite different views” (para 37).

Further, the Court warned against case managers forming a view that the claimant is likely to be assessed as vocationally independent by “extrapolating from experience with others with similar injuries”, which is contrary to the claimant’s reporting and the history of treatment and expert opinion. In other words, the case manager’s assessment must be objective, rather than subjective (para 38).

The issue of the claimant’s pain syndrome was also addressed. The Court recognised that notwithstanding the fact that the claimant had “self reported” pain symptoms, they were “of long standing” and had “been accepted by all professional workers dealing with” with the claimant. The claimant’s pain specialist had certified that her pain symptoms prevented her from working more than 15 hours a week. er As such, the claimant’s pain management should have been taken into account before a vocational independence assessment was undertaken (para 42).

In relation to Individual Rehabilitation Plans, the Court noted that completion of an individual rehabilitation plan does not in itself justify obtaining a vocational independence assessment, without further consideration of whether completion of the plan “bore on whether vocational independence was likely”. It cannot simply be seen as “the next stage in an inexorable process” (para 39).

The Chief Justice emphasised that the vocational independence process is the end of the process, not part of the rehabilitation programme (para 34).

This judgment serves as a pointed reminder to ACC not to use the vocational independence process as a mere investigative process; it must be likely at the time of the vocational independence process that the claimant is vocationally independent. It is the author’s opinion that the court has effectively placed a burden on ACC to show that it has the evidence to “reasonably support” the conclusion that it is likely that the claimant will be vocationally independent (para 31).

The nature of these proceedings means that where a claimant does not believe they are likely to achieve vocational independence and/or the claimant has not completed the vocational rehabilitation as specified under the vocational rehabilitation plan, judicial review (rather than the more common ACC review) may need to be sought.

We are finding that the earlier we are involved in the vocational independence process, the fairer it is for the claimant, and the less likely it is that ACC will assess a claimant as vocationally independent.

For further information, please contact one of our team.

Andrea Vasili

July 2011 http://hazelarmstron.../mcgrath-v-acc/


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Posted 20 November 2011 - 01:04 AM

Is Dr Kanji still around or has he been removed for yet another nervous breakdown? I am interested to know what happened to that chap, he was a preety mentally unwell fellow.
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Posted 20 November 2011 - 05:03 AM

View PostRubicon, on 20 November 2011 - 01:04 AM, said:

Is Dr Kanji still around or has he been removed for yet another nervous breakdown? I am interested to know what happened to that chap, he was a preety mentally unwell fellow.



How many breakdown's has the bastard had? Is it his guilty conscience getting to him? Wow, didn't know pricks like that had such. Couldn't have happened to a badder arsehole if you ask me.


Registration Information for Kanji, Kantilal

Name
Kanji, Kantilal
Qualifications
Posted ImageMB ChB 1980 Auckland, Dip Obst 1981 Auckland, M 1997 F 1998 RNZCGP
District
North Shore City
Scope of Practice
http://www.mcnz.org.nz/images/GreenPlus.gifGeneral, Vocational
Dr Kanji is participating in an approved recertification programme relevant to the vocational scope of General Practice.

Dr Kanji may work outside the stated vocational scope but must do so within a collegial relationship.
Practising Certificate
From 1 June 2011 to 31 May 2012
Vocational Scope
http://www.mcnz.org.nz/images/GreenPlus.gifGeneral Practice (29 November 1988)

Conditions
None
General Scope
26 November 1980
Provisional Scope
5 March 1980http://www.mcnz.org.nz/Portals/_default/Skins/mcnz/images/buttonleft.gif[url="""]Back to Search Results[/url]http://www.mcnz.org....buttonright.gif

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View PostRosey, on 06 October 2011 - 10:05 PM, said:

Kanji is a renown arsehole http://accforum.org/...-kandilal-kanji

Don't trust the slimey little prick. Take a witness at all times because he is a drongo. Doesn't know what he is doing and has a problem taking women seriously. (Typical!) So if you warn him of pre-existing damage he will ignore you and then injure you, and lie about it. If your complain he will lie and the H & DC will not believe you. And get this, I'm not his only victim! http://accforum.org/...igate-dr-kanji/ In fact Mr Paterson found in Kanji's favour when the wanker's own mother was made to wait 6 hours in hospital A & E. http://www.nzherald....jectid=10569698 Most of us mere natives have to wait 8 hours or so FFS!


Six-hour delay for elderly stroke victim
By Martin Johnston 4:00 AM Friday May 1, 2009 http://media.nzheral...918/Arie230.jpg
Arie Grootegoed's partner Lois died in a hospital that he said was 'like a prison'. Photo / Brett Phibbs
Manki Kanji was flown back from a holiday in the United States with two nurses to be treated nearer her family at North Shore Hospital after she had a major stroke. She landed in the hospital's winter from hell.

Her son, Dr Kantilal Kanji, a GP, said yesterday the worst aspect of the care provided to his 81-year-old mother was a six-hour delay before a house officer came to see her after he raised concerns about her possibly developing heart failure.

Mrs Kanji died eight days after her arrival at the hospital

Dr Kanji said his confidence in the hospital had been shaken.

It could only be restored by the Waitemata District Health Board proving that changes it had introduced had dealt with the root problems.

But he was satisfied with Health and Disability Commissioner Ron Paterson's inquiry, which had dealt with the issues.

Another man drawn into the inquiry was Arie Grootegoed, who lost Lois, 82, his partner of 19 years. She died in North Shore Hospital in April 2007.

Lois - Mr Grootegoed asked that her surname not be published - was taken to the hospital's emergency care centre suffering from gastric bleeding. She spent 36 hours there.

She was discharged after her condition improved, but it was found she had a broken hip. She was taken back to hospital for surgery, but she died eight days later.

Mr Grootegoed said it was not appropriate to keep her in an emergency centre cubicle for so long.

The hospital was so busy it was a "hopeless situation" - "beds in corridors, it's too narrow, too small, no outside windows. It's like a prison."

By Martin Johnston | Email Martin








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Posted 20 November 2011 - 09:28 AM

hang on, let me get this straight....

judging by this guys photo, he's well over 65, and acc use him as an assessor...?

hes had a nervous breakdown or two...???

so why is / was he allowed to continue doing assessments when it appears he was unstable himself???

IMHO all of the toadies at acc, have something dodgy going down in their past, and i mean real dodgy....

the medical council is their governing body, but wont take discipline until it has all been through the HDC

acc have their own law team...and spend megabucks doing damage control...

and in my naievity, i thought reporting a doctors horrific antics would be taken seriously (you know, you investigate why a colleague would act like that )

well....fortunaltey for me, and sadly for acc, i have all of the emails....


and the missing pieces, that have clearly and systematically removed for the IT sweep file, will be re requested....

so i guess its gonna be a busy week!
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Posted 20 November 2011 - 10:02 AM

Kantilal Kanji is middle aged.

View Postnot their victim, on 20 November 2011 - 09:28 AM, said:

hang on, let me get this straight....

judging by this guys photo, he's well over 65, and acc use him as an assessor...?

hes had a nervous breakdown or two...???

so why is / was he allowed to continue doing assessments when it appears he was unstable himself???

IMHO all of the toadies at acc, have something dodgy going down in their past, and i mean real dodgy....

the medical council is their governing body, but wont take discipline until it has all been through the HDC

acc have their own law team...and spend megabucks doing damage control...

and in my naievity, i thought reporting a doctors horrific antics would be taken seriously (you know, you investigate why a colleague would act like that )

well....fortunaltey for me, and sadly for acc, i have all of the emails....


and the missing pieces, that have clearly and systematically removed for the IT sweep file, will be re requested....

so i guess its gonna be a busy week!

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Posted 20 November 2011 - 10:05 AM

oops. apologies, that is the photo of the grieving husband...tragic...

hang on, let me get this straight....

hes had a nervous breakdown or two...??? kantilal that is...

so why is / was he allowed to continue doing assessments when it appears he was unstable himself???
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Posted 20 November 2011 - 07:34 PM

Serve the lying ugly little soft-cock right.

View Postnot their victim, on 20 November 2011 - 10:05 AM, said:

oops. apologies, that is the photo of the grieving husband...tragic...

hang on, let me get this straight....

hes had a nervous breakdown or two...??? kantilal that is...

so why is / was he allowed to continue doing assessments when it appears he was unstable himself???

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Posted 18 December 2011 - 08:31 PM

http://www.sportsmed...com/drkanji.pdf
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Posted 18 December 2011 - 09:03 PM

View Posthukildaspida, on 18 December 2011 - 08:31 PM, said:





http://www.ratemds.c...ew-Zealand.html


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Dr Kantilal Kanji

B.Sc., MB.ChB., Dip. Obst., Dip.Clin.Hyp., Cert S.M., FRNZGP Holistic Medical Practitioner

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Life is a continuum which is a transition of the body in age, the mind in attitude, acceptance of this reality, application of this in everyday life and harmonising this with the spirit. (Kanji, 1996)

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Dr Kantilal Kanji

Holistic Medical Practitioner

Personal details

Address :

44 Akoranga Drive Northcote PO Box 31-329 Milford

Auckland 1309 New Zealand

+64-9-486-3066 +64-9-489-8627 +64-21-184-9803

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Professional Profile



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Qualifications across a breadth of disciplines resulting in the ability to understand and practise medicine in a holistic way:

Fellowship to the Royal New Zealand College of General Practice Certificate in Sports Medicine Diploma in Hypnotherapy Diploma in Obstetrics

Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery Bachelor of Science (Human Biology) Bachelor of Science (Biochemistry).

Experience of more than 20 years in the Medical Profession consulting in family, general practice and sports medicine, including five years as a medical adviser to the Accident Compensation Corporation.

Identified the need to establish a sports medicine practice integrating the body and mind and specialising in the treatment of sports injuries.

CURRICULUM VITAE

KANTILAL KANJI

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CURRICULUM VITAE

KANTILAL KANJI

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Established and currently a Medical Director of Sportsmed Limited, providing management of acute and chronic injuries with successful outcomes .

Examiner for the Primary Membership Examination of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practice since 2000.

Commitment by ongoing participation in Continuing Medical Education.

Reputation for being successful in treatment of all sports injuries especially backs, evidenced by “word of mouth” referral.

Utilising manipulation, acupuncture, LASER, TENS, APS and integrating them in Sports & Musculoskeletal Medicine.

Innovative in developing a proactive preventative health programme, HEALTHFIRST, from the concept and integration into a custom designed computer program to the implementation of a personalised HEALTHFIRST health questionnaire and the HEALTHFIRST Health and Fitness Evaluation.

Hypnotherapy for smoking cessation, confidence and sport – working with Nikki Jenkins in achieving a Gold Medal-winning performance at the 1990 Commonwealth Ga mes, and helping Laura Robertson being selected for the 2000 Olympics.

Recognition by the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) and Work & Income New Zealand (WINZ) of the level of qualification and experience to contract services as a Medical Assessor.

Excellent understanding of the variety of conditions, examination techniques, management and consequential outcomes through work with ACC and WINZ.

Skilled at report writing with excellent time management techniques. Professionalism of a high level, in conjunction with integrity and honesty.

Intuitive, holistic thinking and application beyond traditional medicine, integrating complimentary medicine including supplement recommendation.

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Employment history

Set up a successful Family & General Practice in 1981 offering a holistic approach specialising in Sports Medicine in 1985 and established Sportsmed Limited in 1987 with particular specialties in:

Sports & Musculoskeletal Medicine especially acute and chronic injuries and pain syndromes

Manipulation of the spine, especially the neck and back Acupuncture to alleviate pain and enhance healing Hypnotherapy in sport, anxiety disorders, smoking cessation and migraines.

1981 – current Family and Sports Medicine, Medical Director, Sportsmed Limited

Employed positions

1979 – 1981 Post graduate medical, surgical, A&E, orthopaedic & obstetric training, Auckland Hospital Board

1997– 2002 Branch Medical Adviser, ACC Takapuna (10 hours/week)

Contract positions

2002 – current 2002 – current 2002 – current 1997 – 2002 1994 – 1997

Disability Support Pension Assessor for WINZ Initial Medical Assessor for ACC & Catalyst Locum, Shorecare Accident & Medical Centre AMA Guides Independence Allowance Assessor Designated Doctor for WINZ

Professional accomplishments



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HEALTHFIRST - more than 70 assessments of this proactive, preventative health programme have been completed and followed up. HEALTHFIRST Health and Fitness Report includes a personalised task list and an action plan. This comprehensive programme allows a proactive approach to be taken to health with a subsequent improvement in the quality of life of the individual.

Therapeutic hypnotherapy for 15 years for over 1100 patients creating hundreds of ex-smokers, freedom from migraines and sports medallists.

A total of over 1500 medical assessments since 1997.

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• Doctor (without a fee to school or student) to Hato Petera College from 1982- 1995.

• Presentation of seminars and lectures on pre -retirement, lifestyle planning, sports injuries, Mind Power Techniques, motivation, hypnosis and holistic health to various organisations and companies including Roche, Schering, Bayer, Fisons Pharmaceuticals , The New Zealand Police, The Auckland City Council, The Order of St John and Doctors’ meetings.

• Contributed to Alternative Medicine course at the University of Auckland.

• Promotion of preventative health care & sports medicine • Motivational, team building & health seminars • Increasing intellectual knowledge and upskilling technical practice of medicine • Technology & computers • Hypnosis to unlock the unlimited natural resource within, the mind

Professional interests

Professional affiliations

1995 – current 1989 – current 1981 – current 1976 – current

Qualifications

Comprehensive Health Services (IPA) New Zealand Hypnotic Society Royal New Zealand College of General Practice New Zealand Medical Association

Education

1999 1993 1986 1980 1979 1976 1973

Fellowship to the Royal NZ College of General Practice, FRNZCGP, Wellington

Certificate in Sports Medicine, Cert. S.M. Diploma in Hypnotherapy, Dip.Clin.Hyp. Diploma in Obstetrics, Dip.Obst. Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery, MB., Ch.B. Bachelor of Science, B.Sc. (Human Biology) Bachelor of Science, B.Sc. (Biochemistry)

The University of Auckland School of Hypnotic Science The University of Auckland The University of Auckland The University of Auckland The University of Otago

CURRICULUM VITAE

KANTILAL KANJI

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Training

2002 Disability Support Pension Training 2002 Initial Medical Assessor Training 2001 Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for GP 2001 Neurolinguistic Programming

• Tennis as a Senior Representative at Mt Albert Grammar, 1970 • Hockey as an Otago Colts Representative, 1973 • Snooker as an Otago University Representative, 1973 & 1974

• Motor cars & motor sport • Computers • Swimming, tennis & outdoor activities • Hockey coach for teams up to Year 8, 1993-1997

Excellent references and referees are available on request.

WINZ, Wellington ACC, Auckland AICBT, Auckland Osmosis Academy, Auckland ACC, Wellington

1997 AMA Guides Assessor Training & Examination 1995 Nutrition Course for Health Professionals 1982 Acupuncture - Basic & Advanced courses 1981 Musculoskeletal Medicine & Manipulation Course, Auckland Medical School

NZ Nutrition Foundation Dr Gerald Gibb, Auckland

Sporting achievements

Recreational interests

Referees

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Posted 28 May 2012 - 02:28 PM

I have had my entitlements cut thanks to report from Dr Kanji finding me fit to work, despite him not having any quals in neurology or orthopaedics to allow him to assess me with due consideration for my injuries. He omitted several symptoms he personally observed during the very brief consult from his report which would have otherwise made it difficult to justify his opinion (poor balance, shocking memory problems) and cherry-picked bits from reports over two years old which I had already successfully challenged in review hearings as being inaccurate. So sloppy was his writing that he even included a job type which I have already tried and failed at, and told him this during the consult.

Now Dr Kanji is going to get what is coming to him, because I have been told by an ACC employee that Dr Kanji was indeed brought in specifically to exit long term/expensive claimants, but he is no longer used by ACC because he was so blatant with his lies and omissions that it was becoming obvious what was going on and they gave him the flick before everything blew up in their faces. I have gathered several medical reports since his assessment which easily show how his opinion is completely at odds with the truth.

It is amazing how googling Dr Kanji's name brings up so many instances of people complaining about him being an ACC toady. I think it's time we banded together and nailed the sod, with a complaint to the Medical Council for starters.
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Posted 28 May 2012 - 02:52 PM

please do so immediately and file for review

this is a disgusting abuse of power to disentitle you!!!

there are templates in the forms and letters section and lodge it as a breach of privacy as well...falsified reports that get spread through your file are slander and libel...

have you got your it sweep file????

the GP who exited me said he didnt care that he didnt have the report, and that he easnt going to look at it anyway!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

this Insurance fraud has got to stop....

and I would be sending these to andrew little, trevor mallard as well.........
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Posted 28 May 2012 - 05:10 PM

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View Postcrossroads, on 28 May 2012 - 02:28 PM, said:

I have had my entitlements cut thanks to report from Dr Kanji finding me fit to work, despite him not having any quals in neurology or orthopaedics to allow him to assess me with due consideration for my injuries. He omitted several symptoms he personally observed during the very brief consult from his report which would have otherwise made it difficult to justify his opinion (poor balance, shocking memory problems) and cherry-picked bits from reports over two years old which I had already successfully challenged in review hearings as being inaccurate. So sloppy was his writing that he even included a job type which I have already tried and failed at, and told him this during the consult.

Now Dr Kanji is going to get what is coming to him, because I have been told by an ACC employee that Dr Kanji was indeed brought in specifically to exit long term/expensive claimants, but he is no longer used by ACC because he was so blatant with his lies and omissions that it was becoming obvious what was going on and they gave him the flick before everything blew up in their faces. I have gathered several medical reports since his assessment which easily show how his opinion is completely at odds with the truth.

It is amazing how googling Dr Kanji's name brings up so many instances of people complaining about him being an ACC toady. I think it's time we banded together and nailed the sod, with a complaint to the Medical Council for starters.




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