WorkAbility Rate of Manipulation Test
The WorkAbility Rate of Manipulation Test was invented by Rick Wickstrom, PT, DPT, CPE to evaluate a subject’s ability to grossly manipulate and move small objects at various distances as fast as possible. Physical therapy, occupational therapy, vocational evaluation, functional capacity evaluation and pre-employment screening are five common applications for the WorkAbility Rate of Manipulation Test.
The Ergo-totes set is durable and highly mobile to support assessment of worker lift/carry capacities and work conditioning activities at clinics or work-sites where space is limited. The Ergo-Totes Set combines features of durability, portability, and space-efficiency to allow physical capacity assessments and conditioning of key work abilities.