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Performax Health Group is a rehabilitation clinic that focuses on one thing: sustainable results.

We specialize in a revolutionary treatment system called Force Balance Technique (FBT) which offers smooth, powerful and pain-free movement that lasts. You don’t have to be an athlete to visit our clinic, we just want you to move like one!

1 604-433-0100 6170 Kingsway, Burnaby, BC V5J 1H5 M-T 8:00-8:00 Friday 8:00-6:00 & Saturday 8:00-3:00
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Vocational Rehab

Vocational Rehab

The successful outcome of preventing Unnecessary Work Disability is highly correlated to successful case management and helping the worker progress through the various stages of recovery and RTW.

Case Management activities can range from an initial intake to medical management to return to work planning and everything in between. However, to be successful at preventing Unnecessary Work Disability return to work is a required goal to achieve.

Vocational Recovery

  • Transitional RTW plans
  • Specializing in complex case resolution
  • Work Disability triage assessment
  • Transferable Skills Analysis (TSA)
  • Vocational retraining and job search
  • Assess medical and rehabilitation needs


Motivation and Action Planning – We utilize MAP™ to actively engage the worker in the decisions and choices about their recovery and return- to-work.

The MAP™ is a Motivation and Action Plan that engages the worker in putting the right pieces together to solve the Work Disability problem. It is a Worker-centric approach that actively engages the worker in the decisions and choices about their recovery and return- to-work. It is the convergence point of the medical, engagement, activation, psychosocial and behavioral components of Work Disability.
Our approach is grounded in evidence-based theory and practice, including motivation, goal attainment theory, and action planning frameworks.
MAPping Facilitates Workability
MAP™ is a standardized case triage to help determine appropriate work disability interventions based on identification of robust and validated factors. Work Disability is
primarily a non-clinical problem and so are the most effective interventions.
Mapping Drives a Worker-centric Approach

A Worker-centric approach Drives Outcomes
A worker-centric approach is the next evolution in managing unnecessary Work Disability. The worker has the most power to determine their eventual outcome after experiencing an injury or illness.
Home – MAP: Motivation and Action Planning

Key Differentiator Home – MAP: Motivation and Action Planning

What is the difference between returning to work on Monday instead of Tuesday? Did the employee need that extra day?
Worker Engagement is the key differentiator.
Motivation is highly dependent on feelings of control. Engagement is a pre-condition of having a sense of control.
Home – MAP: Motivation and Action Planning

Active Participation Home – MAP: Motivation and Action Planning

While customer service and advocacy are important they are not proxies for Engagement. Workers being actively involved is key to a Worker-centric approach. We can help you measure engagement, worker motivation, and provide ongoing Work Disability Solutions to reduce the human, social, and economic costs of unnecessary work disability.