A bit different here than races path.
After mine, the physical therapist put me through a half a days testing. Every bit of 4 hours. Not very tough tests, but testing none the less. Mostly dealing with upper body things, when it was my knees that were the problem. And to see if I could handle 8 minutes on my knees (still dont know what that would prove.)
Anyway, the paperwork went in, and I went back to work one day. Friday. Knees were swollen so bad on Sat that I couldnt bend either leg. Went to see the company doc on wednesday, took one look and took me out of service.
Interestingly, the Liberty Mutual "case nurse" was there and he asked her for a detailed job discription. She riffled though her paperwork, and found it. He went through the list and marked what I could and could not do. Found out later, when I got a copy of the actual form that he wrote on, that she had tried to pass me off as feeder, not delivery.
I thought that was very dishonest, but as a result, he even disqualified me from doing any feeder work.
In your case, it would be hard to say what will happen.
My suggestion to you is keep detailed notes. What ever does happen will affect you more than any one else, and when it comes to note taking, they do. And so should you. Nothing like being able to look at some paperwork a year from now to remind yourself of the conversation at the doctors office. Or even at work.