Temporary disability payments end when:
a. Your treating doctor says that you can return to your usual job, whether or not you actually return to work; or
b. You return to your usual job or return to modified work at your regular pay; or
c. Your treating doctor says that you will never recover completely and you have reached a point of Maximum Medical Improvement, i.e., your condition is neither improving nor getting worse. If you were injured after April 19, 2004, your temporary disability is capped at 104 weeks.