Wright Physical Therapy introduces our industrial division, a solution centered portion of Wright Physical Therapy that focuses on companies and employees health and injury needs.  Contact us to see how we can help you and your company save money, prevent injuries and reduce your “headaches”.  The following services are offered through our prevention based division of Wright Physical Therapy.

Functional Job Analysis/Functional Job Descriptions (FJA/FJD):

Functional Job Analysis is a comprehensive, structured process of identifying and evaluating the physical aspects of work.  FJA is the foundation for developing an effective work injury/illness prevention and management process.  The FJA involves analyzing the employee, the work and the worksite. The WorkWell FJA objectively quantifies, measures and categorizes the active components of the job including the required movements, functions, forces, actions, and postures.  One of the principal outcomes of FJA is to create a Functional Job Description (FJD). A FJD is used for developing goal oriented rehab programs including work hardening and conditioning; making return to work decisions including vocational training and placement; and designing PreWork Screens and return to work screens.

PreWork Screens (PWS) and WorkFIT Return to Work Screens:

WorkWell’s  PWS and WorkFIT screens are functional tests to determine an individual’s ability to safely perform the physical requirements of a specific job. The PWS is used at time of hire, post offer/pre-hire.  A WorkFIT screen is used to determine an injured employee’s ability to return to work following an injury or illness.

Recently an esteemed validation consultant to one of the largest beverage distribution companies in the USA chose WorkWell. He found WorkWell methodology to be one of the most compliant with ADAAA and OFCCP (Office of Federal Contract Compliance Program) regulations.

Work Rehab (WR):

WorkWell’s WR program includes both Work Hardening and Work Conditioning, and is an individualized program of total body conditioning and work simulation that is goal driven by an individual’s specific job duties. The program addresses the physical, functional, behavioral and vocational needs of the injured employee by integrating components of work simulation, physical reconditioning, aerobic training, education and safety.

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