Apples to Apples: A Review of Functional Capacity Evaluations
Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCEs) offer an objective assessment of a client’s ability to perform physical work. Learn how to differentiate among proprietary programs, how your evaluators can correlate the results with additional objective examination data, as well as how to assess the strengths and weaknesses of an FCE report.
Angela Wilson Pennisi – is a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy. She is the founder and president of PhysioPartners, an outpatient physical therapy clinic in Chicago.
Angela graduated from the Program for Physical Therapy at Columbia University in New York, New York in 1997. In addition to extensive continuing clinical education and completing a board certification in orthopedic physical therapy, she is a certified ErgoScience Physical Work Performance evaluator.
She has served as an expert consultant in physical therapy-related litigation.
Angela has served on several professional boards and is currently the vice president of the Private Practice Section of the American Physical Therapy Association.
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William Reynolds – is a shareholder at DeBofsky Sherman Casciari Reynolds P.C. His work focuses on ERISA claims litigation and appeals, including short- and long-term disability insurance claim litigation, life and accidental death insurance claim litigation, and health insurance claim denials. He has been named a Rising Star by Super Lawyers. William primarily appears in the Northern District of Illinois and has argued before the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. He has contributed to publications by the American Bar Association, the Federal Bar Association, and Federal Lawyer magazine and has presented on ERISA-related topics to the American Bar Association and Chicago Bar Association. William is a graduate of Chicago-Kent College of Law and Rider University.