About Our Work Conditioning Program

Work Conditioning Program

Sports Specialty and Rehabilitation Centers offer a Work Conditioning program to help injured workers regain the skills and functions needed to return to their jobs. This is the more intensive option of our work injury programs.

This multi-hour program typically last anywhere between two to four hours a session, and last anywhere between four to eight weeks. During this time, patients will participate in multiple exercises, functional activities, and work simulations that are specifically designed to mimic the work demands and tasks they’re used to completing while on the job.

The objective is to restore the injured worker’s physical and functional abilities to the point where they are able to return to work. Throughout this process, our certified, licensed, and experienced staff will work closely with doctors and case managers in monitoring the patient’s progress to ensure the best results possible.

This program is typically done after we’ve completed an FCE, or Functional Capacity Evaluation. This comprehensive process helps us determine the extent of the patient’s injury along with necessary insight that will help determine whether he or she is capable of returning to work. An FCE is almost always required after an on-the-job injury and when you’re applying for Social Security Disability.

We typically are able to set appointments for our Work Conditioning program within 24-hours of receiving a patient’s referral.

Contact Sports Specialty and Rehabilitation Centers About Work Conditioning

Do you have questions about our programs or scheduling an appointment? If so, you can contact us by phone at 239-574-7557 (Cape Coral), 239-368-7744 (Lehigh Acres), or 239-561-0700 (Fort Myers).

For written inquiries or to submit additional information, you may email our staff at Info@SportsSpecialty.com.

We are dedicated to helping our patients improve their quality of living and get back into their careers by restoring strength, mobility, flexibility, and functionality post-injury.