Return to Work Screening
Return to Work Screening
Return-to-work physicals help ensure that it’s safe for a worker to return to their job after an injury. If they are not ready, it helps to determine when it would be right for their return. This reduces the risk of injury and further compications.
Getting employees back to work when it's time
Return-to-work examinations by our occupational health specialists measure the status of an employees recovery after a work injury and informs both the employee and employer know when it is safe for them to go back to work.
These examinations help establish safe working limits for an employee and let employers know how to modify a job post-injury or create a better workplace environment. Physicians also look for any problems that may prevent an employee from fully recovering.
After testing, and when an employee is not ready, this exam helps determine when the right time will occur. This helps reduce the risk of emplyees getting injured again.
Comprehensive occupational health
services at Akeso
We work closely with employers to make sure your prospective employee is able to perform the essential duties of the job.
Our drug screening program is an excellent resource in helping you decrease substance abuse in the workplace.
In the event of an employee injury, Akeso provides immediate and professional medical care to diagnose, treat and ultimately heal the injury.
Our therapists provide the highest quality service and dependability to our patients by providing a whole-body approach to meet the needs of each patient.
Testing for employees who handle hazardous substances that determine whether applicants or employees are physically able to perform in their work.
Audiometric testing monitors an employee's hearing over time. It allows employers to educate employees about their hearing and the need to protect it.
We measure how much air the lungs can hold and how well the respiratory system is able to move air into and out of the lungs.
Return-to-work physical examinations measure when it’s safe for employees to go back to work after an injury and help prevent further complications and claims.
Our DOT certified providers are authorized to provide the examinations required by Federal law to issue certain job related clearances such as a CDL medical card.
Our light/modified duty programs are designed to minimize the length and costs of temporary disabilities related to a work injury.
Our board certified Occupational Medicine providers offer medical services in the comfort and safety of an employee's home during these challenging times.