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Functional Abilities Evaluations

A Functional Abilities Evaluation (FAE), also known as Functional Capacity Evaluation determines an individual’s physical work tolerances. An FAE is a valuable tool to determine objective limitations and restrictions. Additionally, this assessment can help determine appropriate rehabilitation and facilitate a timely return to work. While an FAE can be conduced on its own, paired with an Independent Medical Evaluation it provides both medical and functional information relating to an individual’s level of physical ability. TSR Clinics performs various types of FAE’s. Let us help you choose the type of FAE that best suits the needs of your claimant or injured worker. Learn more…

Independent Medical Evaluations

An Independent Medical Evaluation (IME) assists with determining or quantifying an individual’s evel of impairment resulting from injury or illness. These evaluations are conducted mainly by specialist doctors. An IME is a useful ‘second opinion’ from an independent source regarding an individual’s health condition. While an IME can be conducted on its own when paired with a Functional Abilities Evaluation the two reports provide both medical and functional information relating to an individual’s level of physical ability. TSR Clinics offers various types of IME’s performed by different specialists. Learn more…

Work Analysis

A worksite analysis (WA) which is similar to a Physical Demands Analysis (PDA) is used to determine the physical demands of a particular job. A WA may assist with determining employment eligibility, or is useful for an organization developing job descriptions and profiles. TSR Clinics’ WA are conducted using highly precise tools and methodology within the field of Industrial Engineering. These tools and methods render highly accurate and specific measurements relating to a job and are superior in quality to a standard PDA. Learn more…

Ergonomic Evaluations

An Ergonomic Evaluation is an analysis of an employee’s workspace and the way the work is done in order to determine potential risks or hazards. Recommendations are made to minimize any undesirable effects from the work and work environment (workspace). While good ergonomics are especially important for the injured worker, consultation on sound workplace design can help protect workers against common work place injuries such as repetitive strain. TSR Clinics performs Ergonomic Evaluations in schools, offices, and industrial work settings. Learn more…

Transferable Skills Evaluation

A Transferable Skills Analysis (TSA) determines what NOC (National Occupational Classifications) occupations a claimant is capable of performing based on their reported education, vocational history, and physical abilities. A TSA is an effective way to determine if there are any potential occupations your claimant may perform with minimal or no retraining. Learn more…

Occupational Therapy Home Assessments

Occupational Therapy Home Assessments are used to determine the level of housekeeping, attendant care, and or care-giving assistance that is required by an individual after they have sustained an injury resulting from a motor vehicle accident. Following initial home assessments, occupational therapists may provide follow-up and in-home therapy. The goal of home therapy is to assist the claimant with improving their abilities to return to their perform activities of normal life as soon as possible following a car accident. Learn more…

Work Hardening Programs

Work Hardening Programs (WHP) are designed to improve an individual’s ability to return to work. These programs are ideal when a graduated return to work is not available and the individual needs specific conditioning in order to perform their job demands. Tailored to each individual, the WHP incorporates general conditioning and cardiovascular exercises, as well as work simulated activities aimed to improve job specific tolerances. Use of supportive therapy and a special biomechanical program in conjunction with WHP are also available. Learn more…

Non-Dominant Hand Training

A non-dominant hand training program (NDHT) is designed to train individuals to use their non-dominant hand for activities such activities when they have lost functioning of their dominant hand. NDHT is an effective way of improving strength, motor co-ordination, and writing abilities with the non-dominant hand. Training on one handed typing is also an available for clients when requested. Successful training can open the door to a vast array of opportunities. Learn more…

Rehabilitation Services

TSR Clinics has a network of highly skilled occupational therapists, physiotherapists, massage therapists, chiropractors and other healthcare practitioners that provide rehabilitation services at our convenient locations throughout Ontario. Learn more…

Workplace Health & Safety Programs

TSR Clinic’s Workplace Health & Safety Program (WHSP) is customized according to the needs of an organization. Utilizing a multi-faceted approach including worker education, ergonomics, and job coaching, TSR Clinics WHSPs are instrumental in reducing injuries and sick-time off work. We use the preventative framework of EnergeticsTM, and place emphasis on developing a collaborative team approach. This results in a successful program that will render healthy and productive employees, and will save your organization the cost associated with lost time and employee disability. Learn more…

Occupational Therapy File Management

An Occupational Therapist provides file management services to assist with monitoring and coordination of rehabilitation services for insurance claims. The Occupational Therapist will meet with the individual’s treating physicians and rehabilitation therapists to ensure all parties involved are working towards the same goals. When requested, the Occupational Therapist will also set-up Independent Medical Assessments and any other evaluations as directed by the insurer and the medical team. Learn more…

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