The program uses real and simulated work activities in conjunction with cardiovascular training, flexibility exercises, and strength/core rehabilitation.
An intensive work-focused activity program specifically designed to restore the client's function. The program uses real and simulated work activities in conjunction with cardiovascular training, flexibility exercises, and strength/core rehabilitation.
The program runs 3-5 days per week, 1-4 hours per day, for up to 6 weeks.
The program is funded through WorkSafeBC, ICBC, or any private insurance company; with a goal of facilitating a durable return to work.
A workplace visit for the purposes of supporting or coaching an injured worker at his or her place of employment.
A detailed, quantitative and qualitative assessment of the physical demands, environmental, and psychosocial stressors, associated with a particular job.
Case management assists the client, the employer, and the insurance agency with a detailed orthopaedic assessment, job evaluation, and treatment recommendations to facilitate a successful and durable return to work.
Physiotherapists can treat most shoulder injuries, which commonly include sprains, strains, dislocations, rotator cuff tears and frozen shoulder.
Doctors often refer their patients to physiotherapists for back and neck pain. There are many common causes ranging from poor posture, to injuries, to other health conditions.
Hip and knee injuries are common conditions treated by physiotherapists. Hip and knee replacements are also increasingly common.