Presented by: Chris Cameron, PT, DPT, OSC
Chris Cameron earned a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Creighton University, and he is a board-certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS). He directs Makovicka Physical Therapy’s occupational health program in Lincoln and Omaha, providing oversight and quality assurance of worker's compensation cases for all 19 Makovicka Physical Therapy clinics. He performs Functional Capacity Evaluations for Workers' Compensation, liability, and defense claims. Chris is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and the Nebraska Physical Therapy Association (NPTA). He is currently serving on the Steering Committee for the Better Business Bureau Integrity Award Review Committee in Lincoln. Chris was recently nominated to the Workers Compensation Association of Nebraska Board of Directors.
-Provide context to FCE structure and reporting
-Provide definitions of reliability and validity
-Explain different types of validity and how they apply to Functional Capacity Evaluations
-Explain how validity is measured in Functional Capacity Evaluations
-Provide methods to reduce malingering during Functional Capacity Evaluations and explain how it is measured and documented
CEU’s approved for RN, CCM and legal credits