In Virginia Browder v. Hillsborough County School Board and Broadspire Services, Inc. Claimant injured her left knee in a compensable work accident. Claimant was originally diagnosed with a tear of the left medial meniscus and mild degenerative arthritic changes. Claimant had constant pain. Claimant treated with several authorized providers who ultimately stated her continued pain was not due to her work injury. E/C then denied further care. E/C denied the causal relationship of the need for future care. JCC found that E/C demonstrated a break in the causal chain between the work injury and claimant’s current condition and need for treatment. Ultimately JCC DENIED claims for medical care.