Telehealth Return-to-Work Pain Management Program

Restore Function. Remove Barriers. Return to Work.

Our Return-to-Work Pain Management Program is designed to help remove barriers and help patients return to work.

As of June 2020, we have been approved by the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries to add our signature Return-to-Work Pain Management to our list of telehealth services. This virtual, interdisciplinary program provides classes taught by our physicians, nurses, physical and occupational therapists, psychologists and vocational counselors.

Virtual return to work program via telehealth

How It Works

Step 1: Evaluation

Duration: 1 day

Our interdisciplinary team has years of experience evaluating chronic pain patients. The evaluation process is simple:

  1. Our physician will take a medical history, and perform a virtual physical exam.
  2. Our psychologist will use testing and an interview to determine family support, motivation to complete the Program and barriers to return to work.
  3. Our vocational counselor will determine the worker’s ability to return to work and in what capacity.

Evaluations can be complete either in our clinics or through our virtual program.

Step 2: Treatment

Duration: 20 days

Our Return-to-Work Pain Management Program is virtually the same as it is in our clinic. 20 days, Monday through Friday, five to six sessions per day. Patients receive graded exercise, individual and group cognitive behavioral therapy, education, skill development, ongoing assessment, and a discharge care plan and report. We have ongoing communication with physicians and vocational counselors.

Step 3: Follow-Up

Duration: 6 months

Follow-up occurs during the six months after completion of the Return-to-Work Pain Management Program. Non face-to-face follow-up (on the phone) includes assessment and evaluation of pain and function, reviewing and reinforcing goals, community care coordination and holding case conferences.

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How Do I Qualify for a Virtual RTWPMP Program?

We authorize our RTWPMP services on an individual basis. You could be eligible if you:

Pain Persistence

Have chronic pain that persists for longer than three months despite care.

Unable to Work

Are unable to return to work due to your injuries.

Significant Limitations

Have significant barriers to travel or on-site treatment.

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Whether you’re a medical professional or an injured worker referred to us by your attending physician, Pacific Rehabilitation Centers makes it easy to get on the road to recovery.

For Professionals

Simply fill out our HIPAA compliant online referral form to get started. If you prefer other means of communication, you can contact us online or call 877-302-7132 to speak to one of our intake specialists.

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