A basic starter set is designed to implement the California Functional Capacity Protocol (Cal-FCP) as the default functional capacity evaluation test battery. The Cal-FCP provides a minimal but well-balanced evaluation of function in areas that are sensitive to musculoskeletal disorders. Additional equipment can be added to meet a broader range of patient needs. This is the equipment that Dr. Matheson uses daily in practice. We recommend only what we use.
|California Functional Capacity Protocol (Cal-FCP) Starter Set|
Includes: Dr. Matheson’s ToolKit, Hand Function Sort, & Spinal Function Sort
|$ 500||Matheson Development|
|Items in the Cal-FCP Starter Set can also be purchased separately:|
|Toolkit CD||$ 110||Matheson Development|
|Spinal Function Sort||$ 240||Matheson Development|
|Hand Function Sort||$ 240||Matheson Development|
|Matheson Integrated Lift Evaluation System–EPIC Lift Capacity*||$4,365||Matheson Development†|
|EPICTM dynamic lifting system||TBD||BTE Technologies|
|Jamar Hydraulic Pinch Gauge (30 pounds)||$ 339||Matheson Development†|
|Jamar Hydraulic Hand Dynamometer (200 pounds)||$ 364||Matheson Development†|
|* Export prices are dependent on local distributors and support requirements costs. Costs of equipment provided by Matheson Development are estimates and depend on software options.|
† Prices shown here are superceded by the price quoted in product catalogs and do not include shipping and handling.
- The Toolkit CD includes the Cal-FCP video, the Cal-FCP Examiner’s Manual, sample reports and all of the forms that are needed to conduct the Cal-FCP, as well as the Excel® calculators that are necessary to convert raw data to normative values.
- The Matheson Integrated Lift Evaluation System–EPIC Lift Capacity includes a site license for the EPIC Lift Capacity (ELC) Test and certification for one individual. The cost for additional ELC training and certification for each professional is $350. The training is a self-paced course of video and PowerPoint slides that guide the individual through the evaluation protocol. On-site custom training is also available. For more information about training dates and availability, please contact EpicRehab at 636-724-4556.
For additional information, and to customize your clinical equipment to meet a broader range of patient needs, contact Dr. Matheson.