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Industrial Rehabilitation Part 2 - Interventions

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1.  It is estimated that ______________ work related injuries result in lost days of work.
  1. Hundreds
  2. Thousands
  3. Approx 1 million
  4. Over 10 million
2.  Rehabilitation that is ___________ has been shown to facilitate return to work by reducing pain, depression and disability in clients with chronic injury.
  1. Aggressive and short in duration
  2. Goal oriented and functional
  3. Combined with pharmaceutical intervention
  4. Strongly rooted in strengthening
3.  According to recent research, a client who has been off work for more than ________has up to a 40% chance of still being off work in one year.
  1. 2 weeks
  2. 4 weeks
  3. 6 weeks
  4. 12 weeks
4.  A client who has been off work for ___________ has a 90% chance of never returning to work.
  1. Two months
  2. Three months
  3. Five months
  4. More than six months
5.  Industrial Rehabilitation programs have been shown to decrease or prevent ______________ better than traditional medical or rehabilitation services alone.
  1. Future injury
  2. Obesity
  3. Disability mindset
  4. Low back injuries
6.  Work Conditioning is different from Work Hardening in several ways. A primary difference is:
  1. Work conditioning is often carried out by one discipline
  2. Work conditioning is typically carried out by a team of professionals
  3. Work hardening is usually a shorter, less involved program
  4. Work hardening is easy to incorporate into most rehabilitation facilities with little expense or equipment
7.  Work Hardening and Work Conditioning programs may look very different across the country, but they all have one thing in common and that is the clients' programs are always based on ___________.
  1. Federal guidelines and regulations
  2. An objective and comprehensive job description
  3. A clinical tract or protocol of the specific surgery
  4. All of the above
8.  You have started a client with a high ankle sprain in a work conditioning program. After a couple of days you notice the patient has a significant increase in edema, his pain has increased from 3/10 to 5/10 and his AROM has decreased along with his ability to climb stairs. The best thing for you to do is:
  1. Add modalities to the work conditioning
  2. Decrease the time of the work conditioning
  3. Return the client to acute rehabilitation
  4. Continue with the current treatment for at least another week
9.  Some studies have shown a return to work rate of up to ____________ with the use of Work Conditioning and Work Hardening.
  1. 25%
  2. 50%
  3. 80%
  4. 100%
10.  Cardio-conditioning is an important aspect of Industrial Rehabilitation because:
  1. Most patients are overweight and in poor cardiac condition
  2. It is a billable service and requires little expertise
  3. Manual labor jobs often have a high MET level requirement
  4. It is a great way to identify patients who are malingering

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