Matching injured workers with appropriate work is the ultimate goal of the Hand & UpperEx Center's Occupational Health Services division. Utilizing the Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) as the core service, determinations made regarding appropriate job matching are coordinated between the worker, the employer, the surgeon, and the insurer. Matching the workers' known capabilities through the FCE with known components of the individual's work helps prevent further injury or re-injury and ensures productive return to appropriate work activities. Additional services such as onsite ergonomic assessments, workstation modification consultations, ad ergonomic risk analysis services provide solutions that enable the earliest optimal return to work. You can reach the Occupational Health Services office at extension 196.
 
 
 
 
 
 
   

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Matching injured workers with appropriate work is the ultimate goal of the Hand & UpperEx Center's Occupational Health Services division. Utilizing the Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) as the core service, determinations made regarding appropriate job matching are coordinated between the worker, the employer, the surgeon, and the insurer. Matching the workers' known capabilities through the FCE with known components of the individual's work helps prevent further injury or re-injury and ensures productive return to appropriate work activities. Additional services such as onsite ergonomic assessments, workstation modification consultations, ad ergonomic risk analysis services provide solutions that enable the earliest optimal return to work. You can reach the Occupational Health Services office at extension 196