Chiropractic and Preventive Care
The leading causes of workplace pain and disability are musculoskeletal and repetitive motion injuries. Doctors of Chiropractic specialize in diagnosis, treatment and conservative care of the musculoskeletal system, positioning them as leaders in preventive healthcare.
With our doctors onsite, your company will be better prepared to handle both new and chronic injuries, which are plaguing your workforce by decreasing production and employee satisfaction.
Of all the opinions and fads that surround the world of nutrition, we believe firmly in one thing - nutrition should be personal. Your employees will have access to a trained specialist that uses evidence based practice to tailor a nutritional program to each employee’s needs and goals.
With your dedicated onsite doctor of chiropractic diagnosing the employee’s musculoskeletal complaints, they can then go directly to the employee’s workstation to influence true “behavioral ergonomics.” This is much more than just an ergonomic assessment - this is targeted care for your employees based on how they interact with their environment, considering much more than just furniture adjustments.
True change is made when an employee understands how to interact with their environment and workstation in the healthiest way. Teaching your employees healthy behaviors that can be implemented immediately in their daily lives will have a huge impact on their health status moving forward.
To establish a true "culture of health," a wellness program must address both the individual’s and organization’s overall health status. To affect change throughout the organization, it is important to understand the meaning of physical culture - a combination of personal and collective patterns influenced by nutrition, exercise, mental health, and overall wellbeing.
Because doctors of chiropractic are primary care providers with a broad scope of knowledge and practice, it allows them to focus on your employee's overall health. This well rounded approach will influence the physical culture of not only individuals, but your organization as a whole.