The IPRP is open to patients between the ages of 18 - 70 with work-injury claims who have been injured on the job and require vocational clarification. Patients typically have significant physical restrictions and pain related to the residual effects of their industrial injuries which impact activities of daily living. Patients do need strength and stamina sufficient to tolerate an ambulatory, outpatient setting for an eight hour day. Cultural and language needs are readily accommodated, with interpreters available when needed. Patients have been deemed to have reached a point of maximum medical improvement prior to admission. Approximately 50% of the patients served have co-existing psychological symptoms or diagnoses (such as depression or anxiety), and these issues are accommodated and treated, assuming there is sufficient stability for participation in the outpatient treatment setting. At the time of discharge, patients are most often intended to transition to a self-management phase of their rehabilitation, with any residual impairment, activity limitations, and participation restrictions clearly defined. Patients are discharged to their typical home environment, ready to proceed with return to work, job search, vocational assessment or retraining, and activities of daily living, depending upon their functional status.