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77% of our Work Conditioning clients return to work full duty at the end of the program
Industry average return to work: 73% **
87% of our clients experience positive resolution of their Workers’ Compensation cases
Industry average positive resolution: 83% **
Average Length of Stay in Work Conditioning program is 26.5 visits or 5.3 weeks
Fitness for Duty Examinations
Our Fitness for Duty Exams are conducted on the BTE/ER, enabling measurement of an individual’s function and capturing real-time measures of dynamic movement. It includes work simulation activities to assist a physician in determining whether or not a patient is able to return to a specific job.
Functional Capacity Evaluations
Our FCE’s are completed on the BTE/ER, which allows us to provide a comprehensive test that is proven to be both reliable and valid.
Our FCE reports include a full BTE analysis as well as a brief summary that is easy to follow and acts as a quick reference for physicians and attorneys.
Our FCE’s are completed and sent to the referring physician within 48 business hours of completion of the test. Guaranteed!
Functional Work-Related Screenings
Each workers’ compensation patient who is appropriate and not working full duty undergoes a functional work-related screening prior to physician follow-up.
Screenings include non-material handling activities as well as material handling.
Screening reports are sent to the referring physician as a way to assist with development of work restrictions and track patient progress.
Work Conditioning services are available at our East Prospect, Dover and New Oxford clinics.
Work Conditioning consists of 4 hours a day, 5 days a week of full-body exercises and work-simulation activities.
All Work Conditioning programs are specifically tailored to the job requirements of our clients and monitored by clinicians who are Certified Workers’ Compensation Healthcare Professionals.
Job Site Evaluations
On-site job analysis including material and non-material handling activities
Identification of basic job hazards and/or ergonomic concerns
Creation of written Job-Site Analysis and recommendations for action plan ** Isernagen, 2006