The appellant appealed ACC's decision to decline a claim for cover for (among other things) obesity and sexual dysfunction. The appellant alleged that these conditions had been caused by a herbal remedy prescribed by a registered nurse. The Court dismissed the appeal commenting that sexual dysfunction "does not involve a state of affairs which could be considered to be a physical injury" and that "the mere fact of morbid obesity does not constitute a physical injury". Stanley v Accident Compensation Corporation [2011] NZACC 269