Capturing objective physiologic data through a highly repeatable process to produce precise measures of risk — all while workers are performing their normal duties on site.
Task-based risk stratification with focused analysis on the factor primarily driving identified risk level for cumulative trauma
Enhance your targeted ergonomic intervention and improve internal causality decision making for injury work-relatedness.
Anthony Harris, MD, MBA, MPH
Dr. Harris is the Medical Director of Community Occupational Medicine, LLC a rapidly growing full service occupational medicine provider with seven locations and additional on-site serves throughout northern Indiana. Dr. Harris is Board Certified in Occupational and Environmental Medicine and has worked as an independent healthcare consultant with focus upon performing market research, product design, and business modeling strategy. He earned his Medical Degree and Masters of Business Administration from Indiana University School of Medicine and Kelly School of Business, and a Masters of Public Health from the University of Illinois, Chicago. He is also fellowship trained in Biodesign and Innovation at the University of Missouri. Dr. Harris has co-invented & helped procure U.S. and international medical device patents, served on a gubernatorial appointed high-tech & life-science State Board in Missouri, and currently severs on several Boards of Directors, including LARC, a not-for-profit company in Chicago focused on lead contaminated soil remediation and public awareness thereof. He has co-founded and served as interim-CEO of two medical device star-ups, one of which, EternoGen, LLC, he currently serves as chairman of the board.
Juanita L. Sheline, PTA
Juanita earned her Physical Therapist Assistant degree in 2012, from the University of Saint Francis in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Experienced in outpatient rehabilitation and skilled nursing facility settings, she has held both clinical and administrative responsibilities. “I am passionate about getting to the root cause of injury, with a focus on prevention education. I enjoy facilitating implementation of biomechanical interventions for work and home activities to help patients avoid excessive muscle and joint stress.”
236 Waterfall Drive
Elkhart, IN 46516