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Rehabilitation Information

Work Trax

The job of Work Trax in the Industrial Rehabilitation Department is to get people back to work. When an injury or illness derails a person's ability to work, a comprehensive approach to rehabilitation can be the key to restoring productivity.

Work Trax offers a variety of services that not only help people get back to work but are also designed to help prevent injury. Workers and employers can benefit from the program's preventative services, in the following ways:

  • Pre-employment job screenings
  • Work injury prevention education
  • Functional Capacity Evaluations
  • Job site analysis
  • Work Hardening and Work Conditioning

Many things can sidetrack a person's successful return-to-work plan, such as decreased strength, endurance and stamina, work readjustment issues and ongoing pain. Work Trax addresses such issues to achieve the best possible outcome for each individual.

Care Team
Like all Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth rehabilitative services, the Work Trax team is comprised of a dedicated, cohesive group of rehabilitation specialists. The Work Trax team includes, as needed, professionals in occupational therapy, physical therapy, psychology, nursing, biofeedback specialty services, case management and vocational specialty services. The team works with the referring physician, insurance and employer representatives, and the injured worker to achieve optimal results.

Program Access
Call 817-250-3766 to learn more about the Work Trax team.

Prescription Pad
Follow this link to download a prescription pad. A physician signature is required prior to services being provided.

Parking
Free parking is available in the visitors parking garage which is connected to the hospital. Valet parking is also available as needed, and free to out patient rehabilitation patients as well as individuals with handicap placards.

Follow this link for information on Occupational Health. For information on Business Health Services, follow this link.

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