Our comprehensive "capacity to work" assessments are designed to provide a holistic evaluation of a patient's functional abilities, overall well-being, and readiness to return to work.
Evidence-based medical treatments to address the root cause of pain, providing relief and facilitating recovery.
Applying targeted exercises and interventions for regaining strength and mobility required for work tasks.
Create strategies for overcoming daily challenges, restoring function, and adapting to workplace demands.
An added layer of support for people with complex pain conditions or challenges returning to work.
Addressing emotional and psychological aspects of pain, work performance and overall well-being.
Supporting patients to heal from work or injury-related psychological trauma, promoting overall mental health.
Instruction in proper body mechanics, posture, and workplace ergonomics to prevent future injuries.
Techniques and tools for independent pain management, promoting long-term workplace success.
Guidance in reducing future injury risks through safe work practices and self-care techniques.
Painless' work capacity assessments are designed to provide a holistic evaluation of a patient's functional abilities, overall well-being, and readiness to return to work.
Our Occupational Therapists (OT) and Pain Specialists collaborate closely to create a nurturing environment for patients, ensuring comprehensive guidance for both patients and rehabilitation providers throughout the recovery journey.
Our focus on functional outcomes is driven by the belief that pain management should go beyond just reducing pain levels. We believe that helping patients regain their ability to perform daily activities, engage in meaningful work, and enjoy a fulfilling life is crucial to their overall well-being.
This focus emphasises the importance of restoring patients' quality of life, rather than solely concentrating on pain relief. It recognises that pain significantly impacts a person's physical, emotional, and social well-being. By targeting functional outcomes, we address these interconnected aspects, enabling patients to regain control over their lives and achieve long-term success in managing their pain.