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A Functional Capacity Evaluation is an assessment containing a series of tests to determine a worker's physical ability to meet the functional demands associated with their pre- injury role, thus, assisting them with their recovery and or return to work.
Functional Capacity Evaluations are important for several key reasons: They provide objective, detailed information about an individual's physical capabilities, and/or workplace injures & illnesses. They can determine when a worker is able to return to work after an injury.
The examiner will conduct a variety of tests that are designed to measure your balance, level of fatigue, physical strength, ability to tolerate sitting and standing, range of motion, ability to walk, ability to lift and carry, and your ability to perform both fine and gross motor skills.
A functional capacity evaluation (FCE) evaluates an individual's capacity to perform work activities related to his or her participation in employment (Soer et al., 2008). The FCE process compares the individual's health status, and body functions and structures to the demands of the job and the work environment.
The purpose of the FAE is to objectively identify impairments or disabilities and how they may affect your ability to return to certain parts or all of your normal work duties. The FAE can also determine which job modifications or restrictions are required to protect your current abilities and prevent future injury.

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You might think you've \u201cfailed\u201d your FCE test if the examiner determines that you cannot perform tasks essential to the work you did before your injury. The examination report might have such stringent restrictions that you won't be able to go back to work at all and will have to file for total disability.
RFC stands for "Residual Functional Capacity" and refers to the maximum you can do in spite of your physical/psychological impairment(s). Social Security assesses residual functional capacity on a case-by-case and only after all medical records are examined.
Assessment of functional capacity typically is performed on a motorized treadmill or a stationary cycle ergometer. In the United States, however, treadmill exercise is generally the preferred modality.
The residual functional capacity (RFC) questionnaire is usually completed by a DDS (Disability Determination Services) physician. Unfortunately, RFC forms completed by DDS doctors are often written to ensure that the claimant is denied disability benefits. You can also have your doctor fill out an RFC on your behalf.
Functional capacity refers to the capability of performing tasks and activities that people find necessary or desirable in their lives.

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