Workplace Injuries

Team Works Therapy

We specialize in workplace injury management and prevention for businesses in Logan, across Cache Valley and throughout North Utah.

TeamWorks! Therapy is a major player in the arena of workplace injury management and prevention. We offer world-class therapeutic competency to businesses of all sizes in numerous industries – from the south end of the valley to the north end of the valley and far beyond.

To view a list of companies we have teamed up with to manage and prevent work related injuries, click here.

Whatever your workplace injury, you’re free to choose your TeamWorks! therapist. No referral is necessary.

Claims for back, neck and upper-extremity musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) represent 65% of the estimated $142 billion employers spend yearly in workers compensation costs. However, by reducing the number of claims and claim severity, reducing claim cost and longevity, we cut workers comp costs, on average, by 50 to 75%.

Our services are customized to the employers’ specific goals and include:

On-Site Rehabilitation: Complete therapeutic and educational sessions conducted at your place of business.

Work Conditioning/Hardening Program: Replicating the workers’ jobsite using real or simulated actions to restore physical, behavioral and vocational functions.

First Aid Intervention Program: Educating and training employees in techniques and procedures to implement immediately following an injury.

Functional Capacity Evaluation: A standardized test designed to comprehensively measure an injured individual’s physical abilities.

ADA Compliant Post Offer Screen: Ensures an applicant can perform the minimum demands of a potential job under guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Ergonomics Analysis: A complete analysis of the behaviors and conditions that may lead to work related musculoskeletal disorders in the future.

Job Demand Analysis: Using a structured scoring system, an evaluator defines job demands according to US Department of Labor terminology.


Members of our team have made informative presentations and written valuable articles on workplace injury management and prevention. Click on any to view.

  • Returning Injured Workers to Suitable Employment – Justus Swensen
  • Post-offer Testing – Sheridan L. Peck, MS, OTR/L
  • Understanding and Controlling Worker Compensation Costs – Micheal Housley, MD

TeamWorks! Therapy has worked with, or is working with, these companies to team up on workplace pain, injury and prevention:

  • Deseret Industries
  • Dupont
  • Gossner’s Cheese, Logan, Utah
  • Herff Jones, Logan, Utah
  • Icon Health and Fitness, Logan, Utah
  • Intermountain Staffing, Logan, Utah
  • JBS, Hyrum, Utah
  • JBS Carriers, Hyrum, Utah
  • Kelly Services, Logan, Utah
  • Logan Nursing and Rehabilitation, Logan, Utah
  • LW Miller Transportation, Logan, Utah
  • Miller Bros. Express
  • RR Donnelly
  • SOS Staffing
  • Thermofisher Scientific, Logan, Utah
  • Tolman Construction
  • TTM Technologies
  • Utah State University, Logan, Utah
  • Westpoint Dairy
  • YESCO, Logan, Utah
  • And many more!!

More Powerful Results with TeamWorks!

After implementing our ADA compliant, post-offering testing program at a large nursing home, the facility saw more than a 50% reduction in their workers compensation costs.

An automotive parts manufacturer implemented our onsite physical therapy program in 2004. By 2006 they saw their OSHA recordable injury rate decrease from 5.2 to 1.9 and their lost-time rate decrease from 2.7 to 0.55. In 2006, 145 employees sought care at the onsite clinic; of these employees, only 2 required medical care beyond the first-aid provided by our physical therapist. Total lost-time costs dropped from $490,000 to $150,000 the following year.

A computer cable manufacturer implemented our onsite program and experienced a reduction in their cost per case for workers compensation claims by over 50%.

After implementing our ergonomics program, a packaging manufacturer saw the number of musculoskeletal recordable injuries drop from 16 to 4 the following year.