The claimant disputed his MIG status and entitlement to medical benefits for payment of chiropractic treatment. Adjudicator Driesel denied all of the claims. The claimant failed to provide compelling medical evidence to establish that maximal medical recovery could not be reached within the MIG limit. He sustained sprain and strain injuries as a result of the accident and returned to physically demanding work on modified duties one week after the accident. The LAT preferred the evidence of the insurer’s experts over the claimant’s assessor. He was not entitled to the medical benefits in dispute because he exhausted funding under the MIG.