Functional Capacity Evaluations Useful or Worthless

Functional Capacity Evaluations can seem confusing with an overwhelming amount of information. Functional Capacity Evaluations can be useful assessments that detail a client’s physical abilities. How do you turn one into the other? Join Physical Therapist Rachel Feinberg as she demystifies FCEs, shows you which ones are useful, and how to implement the information into your Life Care Plan. This webinar highlights the different parts of an FCE, the pros and cons of FCE, what to look for, and how to find the information you need for it to be useful.
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Date Presented: Oct 13th 2021
Presenter(s): Rachel Feinberg, DPT
Bio: Rachel Feinberg, DPT has a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Brain and Cognitive Science from the University of Rochester in 1998. Rachel then traveled back to California where she earned her Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from USC in 2001. She currently works at Feinberg Medical Group serving as Director of Physical Therapy Services and Director of the FMG Functional Restoration Program. She spends her time treating patients with chronic pain and performing Functional Capacity Evaluations. She has written informative articles on chronic pain diagnoses and treatment, contributed to the American Chronic Pain Resource guide for the past 9 years and joined her colleagues to write a published textbook chapter on CRPS.