WorkWell Provider Services offer proactive, early intervention and rehabilitation physical and occupational therapy solutions. Prevention and treatment services to facilitate a safe and effective stay at work and return to work (or other activities) following an injury or illness.
Transitional Work Program
A program that progressively returns the employee to work following an injury/illness by matching the employee's abilities with either temporary work or the original job with modifications. Standard activities include job coaching, functional conditioning, and problem solving strategies.
An objective assessment of the injured employee's functional abilities to perform work-related tasks. WorkSTAT is performed periodically as part of active physical or occupational therapy to identify the employee's capabilities compared to a specific job or transitional work available after an injury/illness.
A functional test to determine an employee's readiness for return to work/other activities performed prior to the physician's final release to work. The WorkFIT screen will determine whether the employee has the ability to safely perform all of the essential physical requirements of their job. The results of a WorkFIT screen will be pass/fail.
The therapist works as part of the employer’s ergonomic team to evaluate the worksite and work tasks, identify and reduce risks, and prevent future injuries/illnesses.
Functional Capacity Evaluations
A comprehensive functional test designed to measure the maximum safe functional abilities of an employee across a broad range of physical capabilities. An FCE is sometimes used to better understand complex cases, extended disability duration, or for vocational rehabilitation planning.
Work Specific Conditioning
A program designed to improve the employee's strength, flexibility, and aerobic condition through exercises and activities that simulate or include the actual job functions.
Targeted instruction and practical strategies to increase the employee's knowledge and problem solving using injury/illness prevention and rehabilitation principles.
Physical & Occupational Therapy
Evaluation and treatment by licensed therapists working in partnership with physicians. The therapist evaluates the employee and then develops a treatment plan focused on restoring movement, maximizing strength, decreasing pain/symptoms, restoring function, and promoting safe return to work/other activities.
- Data Analysis
- Work Conditioning/Hardening
- Work site evaluation
- Job matching
- Quality Control
- Credentialed and Certified Medical Personnel
- Analytics and Metrics