Industrial Rehabilitation at UPMC Centers for Rehab Services

Our comprehensive industrial rehabilitation program includes the following services:

  • Functional capacity evaluations of physical and functional abilities and capabilities to perform work.
  • Pre-employment physical ability testing to determine a prospective employee’s ability to safely perform specific job demands. 
  • Ergonomic evaluations of work areas, equipment, and tool usage with adjustments and recommendations for proper positioning and safety design.
  • Job analysis to help employers establish critical criteria and useable job demands for work positions and assist in creating modified work positions.  
  • On-site job shadowing and coaching to ensure a safe return to modified or full-duty work.
  • Work conditioning and hardening focusing on flexibility, strengthening, and job simulation activities to enable you to return to gainful employment.
  • Safety training programs custom-designed to various industries; instruction for groups or individuals to improve safety, material-handling, and proper use of body mechanics in all activities.

Locations for Industrial Rehabilitation

Location Phone Address
Aspinwall 412-781-0602 CRS-UPMC St. Margaret
Park Place at Chapel Harbor, Suite 200
300 Chapel Harbor Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15238
Beaver 724-728-4545 550 Corporation Street
Beaver, PA 15009
Greensburg 724-830-8750 133 Donahoe Road
Greensburg, PA 15601
Greenville 724-588-3001 26 Conneaut Lake Road
Greenville, PA 16125
McKeesport 412-673-5005 625 Walnut St.
McKeesport, PA 15132
Shadyside 412-665-8035 Pain Evaluation and Treatment Institute, Suite 400
5750 Centre Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Uniontown 724-437-7500 160 Wayland Smith Drive, Suite 102
Uniontown, PA 15401

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