Work Related Injuries

  • Ergonomic Programming - ergonomics assessment and training to reduce workers' compensation and health insurance costs, improve worker productivity and increase employee satisfaction.
  • Industrial Medicine Program
  • Workplace Station Design - controlling injury risk factors by designing an ergonomic workplace station with primary reach zones so workers can reach commonly used items with minimal arm, head and trunk movement.
  • Functional Capacity Evaluations - determine individual's functional abilities and limitations in the context of a safe environment.
Jason Melnyk

Jason Melnyk, OTR/L, MS, CEAS II
Director of Industrial Rehab Medicine
Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist
Director of Occupational Therapy Services

Occupational Therapist

Jason has been a licensed Occupational Therapist since graduating with a Bachelor’s (2001) and Master’s Degree (2002) in Occupational Therapy from Thomas Jefferson University.

Jason is a Certified Ergonomics Assessment Specialist – Level II, having received these credentials from The Back School of Atlanta, and is trained in administering Pre-Placement Post-Offer Assessments, Job Demand Analysis, and Functional Capacity Evaluations. His areas of clinical expertise are derived from multiple years in an academic health center, acute care, and outpatient service delivery. Jason is licensed in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania and is currently a faculty member for the Thomas Jefferson University Occupational Therapy Program. As director of industrial rehab medicine, Jason is mission is to continuously guide our staff to provide the highest level of care through clinical excellence and superior customer service to the IRM community. Additionally, he serves as our primary FCE (spelled out) Evaluator and Ergonomics Specialist.

Jason and his wife Sara are the proud parents of Madeline and Evelyn. In his free time, Jason enjoys reading, music and spending family time at the beach.