Functional Capacity Evaluations and Impairment Ratings.

Columbus, Georgia

6201 Veterans Pkwy, R
Columbus, GA 31909

(706) 225-2525

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8:00am – 5:00pm


FCEs & Impairment Ratings in Columbus, Georgia.

Navigating through the complexities of work-related injuries, personal injury recovery, or disability assessments can be overwhelming. That’s where our specialized Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) services come into play. Situated in the heart of Columbus, Georgia, we extend our expertise to the surrounding regions, offering a beacon of clarity and support.

Our FCE services are meticulously designed to provide unbiased, comprehensive assessments. Whether you’re grappling with the aftermath of a work injury, seeking to establish clear work restrictions, or navigating the intricate process of disability claims, our evaluations are tailored to meet your unique needs.

Let us guide you toward making informed decisions about your health and capabilities. Our goal is to empower individuals, legal professionals, and employers with precise, fair assessments that pave the way for optimal recovery and accommodation solutions.

Take the first step towards clarity and resolution. Inquire about our FCE services today and unlock the door to personalized, expert evaluations dedicated to your well-being and success.


Functional Capacity Eval

For disability and workers’ comp

Impairment Rating

For disability and workers’ comp

Pre-hire Screen

Fit-for-duty examinations


A series of functional tests to measure your ability to work and live.

A Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) is a type of medical examination that helps you get answers for your disability or workers’ compensation case. This exam is used to evaluate how an injury or illness affects your ability to work. It will also provide the doctor with enough information to determine if you can return to work and the type of work you can return to do. Physical therapists, whose core competencies include functional evaluation, began to develop functional capacity tests for comparison to the physical demands of jobs and occupations. These functional tests initially examined and evaluated the ability of a worker to perform physical job match conditions as described by the US Department of Labor in Selected Characteristics of Occupations as Defined in the Revised Dictionary of Occupational Titles and The Revised Handbook for Analyzing Jobs. Functional capacity evaluation, combined with diagnoses and prognoses by physical therapists has emerged as a valid and effective tool to support a safe return to work, activities of daily living, or leisure activities after an injury or illness.

Return-to-work and job-placement decisions
Disability evaluation
Determination of how non-work-related illness and injuries impact work performance
Determination of functioning in a non-occupational setting
Intervention and treatment planning
Case management and case closure

Source: American Physical Therapy Association. Occupational Health Physical Therapy: Evaluating Functional Capacity Guidelines