Through XRTS TECHNOLOGY, we are revolutionizing
the functional testing industry with PHYSICS and FACTS.

The Cross-Reference Testing System (XRTS)

XRTS was developed to give the market a new option to approaching the issue of assessing validity of effort. It is:

Legally Defensible

An objective and robust assessment of validity of effort must be employed to ensure the conclusions are legally defensible.

Objective

The subjective opinion of the testing clinician is removed. Decisions are scientifically backed with physics and facts.

Cost Effective

The XRTS system is more cost effective. Why? The information helps providers and referral sources close claims – Period.

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The XRTS Tenets

There are three primary and substantial differences between standard testing methods and XRTS validity of effort testing.

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Repeated Measures

Both the XRTS Hand Strength Assessment and the XRTS Lever Arm Assessment use repeated measures to classify validity of effort.

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Statistical Analysis

A statistically based analysis of the variation within and between the repeated measures is applied to the physical performance data the same way for each test.

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Distraction

Both the protocols and the observations made during the FCE incorporate the concept of “distraction-based testing” to maximize the accuracy of the classification of effort.

Our Certified Users

Here is just a sampling of the XRTS Certified Users throughout the United States. For a complete list of providers and locations, click below.

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Advanced Rehab and Sports Medicine
ARC
Biltmore
Cora
Cottage Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine
E3
Freeman
Harmony Hand
Health Masters
Injury Management
ISI
Job Ready Services
Mathis
Muscatine
ORS
Peak From Physical Therapy
PTRC – Physical Therapy & Rehab Concepts
Puget Sound
Quincy Medical Group
Real Performance
Restoration Physiotherapy
Rock Valley Physical Therapy
Rockford Orthopedic
Shreveport
Tucson Physical Therapy