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Category: Return to Work

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Work Conditioning is Most Effective if Implemented ASAP After an Injury

Work conditioning is most effective if implemented as soon as possible after an injury and/or surgery. According to our data, there was an average of…

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Work Conditioning Success Story – Custodian

A head custodian injured her low back while moving and assembling tables for a public high school.  She was prescribed medication, physical therapy, and injections,…

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What Is Work Conditioning?

When you’ve had an employee go out with an injury, you want them to recover quickly so they can get past this disruption in their…

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Work Conditioning Success Stories

As the year wraps up, the Job Ready staff reflected on the work conditioning program and wanted to share with you a few of the…

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Returning to Work After an Injury

No one hires a new person for a job expecting them to be injured. You choose your new hire carefully, through a combination of interviewing…

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AMA Guidelines for Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCE’s)

In 2009 the AMA Guide to the Evaluation of Functional Ability: How to Request, Interpret and Apply Functional Capacity Evaluations, the authors define FCE as…

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How We Can Help Transform Injured Workers Into Returned Employees

Physical therapy is often prescribed 2-3 days per week, but physical therapy alone is not conducive to conditioning someone to return to work. That is…

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Job Ready Services – Definitions

It came to our attention recently that we use quite a few acronyms and abbreviations here at Job Ready Services so we thought we would…

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8 Words or Phrases That Should Be Retired From The Workers’ Compensation Field

Let’s “voc” (pronounced VOKE) him! – a Vocational Rehabilitation referral is frequently used as the last ditch effort to settle a case if nothing else…

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