Article - Labor and Employment
(a) Except as provided in subsection (c) of this section, a physician shall evaluate a permanent impairment and report the evaluation to the Commission in accordance with the regulations of the Commission.
(b) A medical evaluation of a permanent impairment shall include information about:
(3) weakness; and
(4) loss of endurance, function, and range of motion.
(c) If a permanent impairment involves a behavioral or mental disorder, a licensed psychologist or qualified physician shall:
(1) perform an evaluation of only the mental or behavioral portion of the permanent impairment; and
(2) report the evaluation to the Commission in accordance with the regulations of the Commission.