What is a Return to Work Program?

Mountainview Health and Wellness’ Return to Work (RTW) Program is a multidisciplinary approach in providing a successful treatment plan for our clients to return to work or remain working following an injury or illness (occupational and non-occupational). Our team of Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists and Kinesiologists will get you back on track!

For more information about our RTW program, please call our clinic at 604-544-5062.

What to expect from our return to work program?

Job Site Visit – This assessment is conducted at the worksite to review of job tasks and critical job demands and explore return to work options including GRTW planning.


Job Demands Analysis – This is a detailed quantitative and qualitative assessment of the physical demands, environment and psychosocial stressors associated with a particular job.


Gradual Return to Work (GRTW) Plan – Following a job site visit from one of our specialists, our GRTW Plan is developed with your participation as well as help from your employer and the attending physician. Our goal is to reintegrate you back into your workplace. Our effective GRTW Plan contains specific hours, duties and a defined end date.


Ergonomic Assessment – Our specialists help improve your current workstation orientation and postures through on the spot changes. They educate you on neutral ergonomic postures and find opportunities to help you self-correct these issues. They outline and identify ergonomic risk factors and red flags and collect data regarding your comfort/discomfort level, work tasks and general work habits. At the end of the assessment our specialist will create a report to help you better understand what you need to change in order to correct ergonomic issues.

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Cost Coverage, Insurance and Benefits

Most health insurance providers will partially or fully cover services like physiotherapy, occupational therapy, kinesiology, massage therapy, psychology, clinical counselling and acupuncture.

A portion or all of your treatment fees could be covered, depending on if you were injured in a motor vehicle accident, have a worker’s compensation claim or extended health benefits.

Call Mountainview Health and Wellness today. Our staff can help you find out what you’re covered for, which could include:

  • ICBC insurance
  • Third-party insurance
  • WCB insurance
  • Extended health benefits

We accept all major credit cards, debit and cash.

As of April 1st, ICBC has increased the number of pre-approved health services you are entitled to. What this means for you is increased care in case you are injured in a motor vehicle accident.

Call us today to find out what you’re covered for.

New Westminster: (604) 544-5062

Have any questions? Call us today!

New Westminster: (604) 544-5062

We accept insurance from most providers which includes:

green shield canada
ssc insurance
pacific blue cross

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