Illinois Bone & Joint Institute is proud to offer specialized Workers’ Compensation rehabilitation services in Arlington Heights, at 1300 E. Central Road. A full service location, IBJI Arlington Heights offers orthopedic specialty care, MRI and CT services and a complete offering of rehabilitation services.

IBJI is dedicated to the unique needs of Workers’ Compensation patients and employers. Our administrative teams meet employers’ needs for regular reporting and fast turnaround. Our medical and rehabilitation professionals work collaboratively to return patients to work as quickly and safely as possibly.

Work Conditioning
This individualized, intensive program engages patients for up to 3-4 hours a day, 5 days a week. For injured workers unable to return to full duty right away, Work Conditioning helps them gradually rebuild their skills to full capacity. Work Conditioning is more intensive and cost-effective than Work Hardening and can be customized to meet specific job requirements.
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Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCEs)
IBJI conducts these comprehensive, job task specific tests at 5 convenient locations. Reports include a comprehensive and succinct summary and are guaranteed within 24 hours or less.
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FCE Highlights
– IBJI’s forensic FCE process considers the medical condition or impairment holistically including psychophysical, biomechanical and physiological effects.
– Testing includes extensive Validity Criteria and malingering evaluation.
– The system is supported by an abundance of original and referenced published research
– Evaluations are turned around in 24 hrs or less

Injury Prevention Programs & Ergonomic Assessments
IBJI’s Injury Prevention Program helps reduce injuries or the severity of injuries and has been successfully implemented at multiple municipalities including fire, police, and public works departments as well as private construction companies and factories.

Visit IBJI-Industrial Rehabilitation for ore information and a complete list of locations.

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