Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCEs) are measurements of a patient’s performance on a comprehensive series
of standardized tests. The resulting data can be interpreted by a health care professional according to the predictive validity
of each test. The goal of the evaluation is to determine the evaluee's ability to perform occupational demands, either to
a specific job or general occupational requirements.
The assessment report contains a functional overview plus a complete narrative
summary in an easy to read format. Reports are returned to the referral source in a timely manner, with graphs accompanying
an individual's performance to a data bank of others with similar sex, age, and injuries.