Barry is a 20-year-old, 245-pound college football player who was injured during a game last week. He suffered two broken ribs, a fracture to the left tibia, and a dislocated right knee and is currently confined to a wheelchair. He is in the office today for a follow-up appointment. He cannot disrobe or move to the examination table without help. Rose, the medical assistant, weighs 125 pounds. She is strong and is trained in lifting patients. Which of the following is her best course of action?
A) Allow Barry to remain in the wheelchair, fully dressed, for the physician's examination
B) Request assistance from another staff member to help move Barry to the examination table
C) Ask a male staff member to help Barry disrobe, but allow him to remain in the wheelchair
D) Lock the wheels on the wheelchair and perform a one-person lift as she has been taught
E) Wait until the physician arrives to help move Barry to the examination table