No obligation, Free Physiotherapy Consultation For All New Patients at Any Beyond Locations. Call or Book Online.


Get Back To Work Faster With Return To Work Assessments!

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, work-related injuries account for over 1.1 million missed days of work. Unplanned days off can be monetarily detrimental, especially if you have a lengthy recovery period ahead of you and physically cannot return.

Fortunately, return to work assessments can help you get back to work as quickly and safely as possible. If you have been injured at work and you are looking to get back on the job ASAP, contact Beyond Physiotherapy today to learn more about how our return to work assessments can benefit you!

What Can A Return To Work Assessment Do For Me?

At Beyond Physiotherapy, our return to work programs offer highly specialized services that implement extensive physical and evaluative testing to determine the physical capabilities and limits of an employee who was injured at work.

Return to work assessments are an effective way to measure strength, endurance, positional tolerance, and daily physical demands, in order to figure out the best methods of treatment for your needs. This also helps injured employees in determining the root of the injury and how additional damage can be prevented in the future.

While return to work assessments have several benefits associated with it, the main focus is on helping injured employees heal and return to work. These assessments are conducted in order to determine a safe return to work after a work injury, while also correcting and healing any problem areas.

Get Started On Your Return To Work Assessment Today


Request Appointment

Are You Ready To Live Pain-Free?

Latest Blogs

How Physical Therapy Can Help Prevent Injuries In Youth Sports

Youth sports are a fantastic way for young people to stay active, learn teamwork, and build self-esteem. However, sports-related injuries, particularly knee injuries, can have significant and long-lasting impacts on a young person’s quality of life. A rec
Scroll to Top