IF your PTP doesn't feel that you are P&S at this time, you should ask the CA for a list of doctors to choose from... this is a Panel QME, you select one and the IC/CA selects one, each is crossed off and the third is the doctor you will see. THis is the doctor who will make the determination regarding the dispute. IF this PQME says you are not P&S, your benefits will be resumed. IF you are P&S you should have a report from the doctor releasing you to return to work and what your restrictions are if there are any.
In any case, your employer should be contacting you regarding your return to work. You should call the ER as soon as possible to make an appointment to discuss your return to a job that is within your restrictions.
The IC will stop your TTD as soon as any doctor says you are P&S/MMI and make a guess at your rating. You should begin to receive advancments on your PD within 14 days, the same day as your TTD was paid. This amount will be less money than you were getting.
Since you were deemed to be P&S over a year ago, there would be an overpayment of your TTD and the carrier will take a credit toward any award you may receive.
You might want to consider speaking to an attorney if you do not understand your benefits/rights and find out just where you stand.
So the information you have been given is correct, the CA has done things right, but if you and your PTP do not think you are P&S at this time, and there is additional treatment you need, you should act pretty quick as there are time constraints to be met and you do not want to be in a position to loose benefits.
If you are in S Calif message me directly and I will give you a referral to an attorney in L.A., if in No Calif, I can also send you to someone there that maybe can help you out.