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Work Conditioning is Most Effective if Implemented ASAP After an Injury

Last month we published numbers that showed the overall outcomes for work conditioning, and further analysis of the data from 2016 revealed even better news!…

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Santa Deals With Worker’s Comp, Too

It’s the busy season at Santa’s workshop and that usually means a few headaches for Santa. Ginger, Santa’s longest-employed elf, injured her knee when she…

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When is a Work Conditioning Program Used?

Work conditioning is a comprehensive program that focuses on the whole body, not just the area of injury. For example, when a worker attends physical…

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Why is Work Conditioning a Frequent Recommendation in an FCE?

There is a perception that FCEs are used as a marketing tool for work conditioning. In many of the invalid (and some valid) FCEs, work…

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Work Conditioning By The Numbers

In the past, we have shared many articles that have explained the Five W’s of work conditioning: Who, What, When, Where, and Why. Who: Ideal…

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The “Yes I Can” Mentality

Well, it has happened… A trusted employee has sustained an injury and the worker’s comp process has begun. The employee has seen doctors, perhaps has…

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Proof that Work Conditioning WORKS!

Recently, we analyzed some of our data from work conditioning and determined some interesting outcomes: For the referrals that Job Ready has received for work…

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WC 101: Introduction to Work Conditioning

Although work conditioning is commonly mistaken as a continuation of physical therapy, it is actually a separate entity. Work conditioning by definition is an intensive…

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Employers, What Are You Thinking?

Yesterday you had an employee with a 10 lb lifting restriction who had been out of work for 6 months. Today they show up with…

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