How Can Excel Help an Employer?

Excel works closely with many employers of various sizes in injury prevention, employee testing and work oriented rehabilitation programs.

Can Excel help us correct common overuse injuries?

Yes. We are able to do an ergonomic evaluation at the job site to determine the specific areas that may need to be addressed at your company. We also offer some educational training components that may help address these issues as well.
Feel free to contact our Marketing Director (saraschroeder@excelpt.com) for more information on these services.

Does Excel offer a lifting assessment for companies?

Yes, Excel has been performing pre-placement (post-offer) screenings for area employers for close to 25 years. Our screen consists of 3 specific portions: a history questionnaire, a musculoskeletal evaluation and a job specific, functional. We also offer assessments that utilize the BTE machine.
For more information on these services please contact our Marketing Director (saraschroeder@excelpt.com).

Does Excel offer drug testing?

Yes, we have certified collectors at a few select clinics. We do a lab base drug test or an instant (rapid) drug test.
For more information on this service please contact our Marketing Director (saraschroeder@excelpt.com).

Does Excel offer ART?

Yes, we have a Physical Therapist, Roger Kuhfahl, who has a certification in A.R.T. (Active Release Technique) to assist employers in providing early, non-recordable intervention care.
For more information on this service please contact our Marketing Director (saraschroeder@excelpt.com).

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