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Physical therapy services will begin with a professionally trained, knowledgeable, and friendly receptionist who will provide patients with a convenient appointment time for an initial evaluation within 24-48 hours if possible. However, every effort will be made to see acute injuries the same day. The initial evaluation will include a comprehensive and thorough review of the patient’s history, current medications, and physician recommendations, followed by a complete physical examination. An assessment, medical and physical therapy diagnosis, prognosis, and individualized plan of care for treatment will be formulated and discussed with each patient in detail. It is very important that every patient leaves Fast Track Physical Therapy on Day 1 extremely confident that we will provide the best possible care to optimize their functional outcomes and achieve their personal goals.

Following the initial evaluation, physical therapy treatment will be provided by a licensed physical therapist. Each visit will consist of the appropriate manual techniques, as well as any modalities and exercises that are indicated for each individual patient. Continuous education on the care they are receiving and on their condition and/or injury will be provided to our patients on every visit throughout their care. We will encourage patients to be active participants in their rehabilitation. Therefore, customized, patient specific, computer generated exercise sheets will be issued as needed for home exercise programs. Patients’ compliance, independence, and proper mechanics in performing their home exercises are crucial to their recovery process.

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Columbia Centre
700 South White Horse Pike, Suite D
Somerdale, NJ 08083-1253
Phone: 856-504-6930
Fax: 856-504-6934


  • Monday: 7am – 8pm
  • Tuesday: 12pm – 8pm
  • Wednesday: 7am – 6pm
  • Thursday: 12pm – 8pm
  • Friday: 7am – 6pm
  • Saturday: By Appointment
  • Only Sunday: CLOSED

Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE)

Functional Capacity Evaluation, also known as a Physical Capacity Evaluation (PCE), Functional Capacity Assessment (FCA), Work Capacity Evaluation (WCE), or informally as “functional testing”, is an intensive short-term (usually one day) evaluation that focuses on major physical tolerance abilities related to musculoskeletal strength, endurance, speed and flexibility. A certified Functional Capacity Evaluator at Fast Track Physical Therapy will use a battery of standardized tests, designed around key factors that include diagnosis, impairment, pain and functional limitation, referral questions, and, in some instances, the case resolution goal. FCE’s value to the injured individual is the focus on functional ability instead of the pain limitation associated with impairment. It considers speed, flexibility, endurance, skill and strength through the use of functional testing, MTM, and standardized measurements to assess job-fit status.

Functional Capacity Evaluation is not only a useful clinical tool, but a baseline for industry-standard results that clearly define an individual’s transition from injury to employment, and from disability to deployment. Functional Capacity Evaluation is used by physicians, case managers, and employers to transition injured workers from disability to function and employment. FCE is the single most reliable and valid measure to determine if a successful return-to-work is possible – as it is inherently a thorough and accurate evaluation process that documents an individual’s residual physical abilities, level of effort expended during testing, reliability of reports of pain and limitation, and it is an overall gauge of feasibility for employment (Matheson).

Conditions We Treat

  • Orthopedic & Sports Injuries
  • Pre/Post Surgical Rehabilitation
  • Total Joint Replacements
  • Vestibular Disorders/Balance Problems
  • TMJ Syndrome
  • Muscle Weakness
  • Muscle, Joint or Tendon Pain/Injuries
  • Neurological Disorders
  • Neck & Back Pain/Spinal Conditions
  • Sprains & Strains
  • Posture & Muscle Imbalance Syndromes
  • Stress Related Conditions
  • Chronic Pain/Fibromyalgia
  • Fractures
  • Arthritis
  • Osteoporosis
  • Work Related Injuries
  • Auto Injuries