JRS has a staff experienced in physical and occupational therapy, as well as exercise physiology, and ergonomic assessments. We provide services to employers that offer an alternative to the "same old way" of managing worker's comp on the back end.

By becoming a licensee of the WorkSTEPS®employment testing program for new hires and continuing to provide other services to facilitate a return to work of injured workers (Job Analysis, Work Conditioning, Functional Capacity Evaluations), it became our mission to be THEsource for assisting employers to implement an effective HIRE to RETIRE program for their employees.

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Work Conditioning Success Stories

work conditioning

As 2016 wraps up, the Job Ready staff reflected on the work conditioning program and wanted to share with you a few of the program participants and their outcomes:

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Santa Deals With Worker's Comp, Too

Santa Elvis

It’s the busy season at Santa’s workshop and that usually means a few headaches for Santa. Ginger, Santa’s longest-employed elf, injured her knee when she tried to hurry through the workshop to deliver a needed doll body part to one of her co-elves, and twisted her knee. (Elves have very small knees and ligaments, so, it doesn’t take much force for one of those babies to tear!)

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An Introduction to Office Ergonomics


With the rise in popularity and availability of mobile devices, an increase in postural strain is being placed on our bodies. Poor posture while using tablets, cell phones and other media place the upper body in a position of increased neck flexion with rounded shoulder posturing. This can lead to a variety of musculoskeletal issues and postural deviations. Given the length of time already spent in these postures on a daily basis, working in these postures places office workers at an even higher risk of developing musculoskeletal disorders.

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