Corporate Wellness

Corporate Wellness


Ask anyone running a company what one of their biggest costs is and they will most certainly tell you medical. It's so big, in fact that it can consume more than half of corporate process. With 8 out of the 9 leading health risks in the United States being preventable, companies are rightly asking what they can do to improve their employees' health, quality of life, and overall company culture. Heart disease specifically accounts for more than 50% of preventable deaths each year. With so much time spent at work, asking what you as an employer can do to improve the overall health of your employees is a valid question.

Here are some of the latest health care statistics all companies should consider:

  • The cost of healthcare per person with employer-sponsored coverage averaged $4,701 in 2012. (2)
  • Lifetime medical costs average approximately $225,000 per person. (1)
  • For many companies, medical costs can consume half of corporate profits - or more. Some employers look to cost sharing, cost shifting, managed care plans, risk rating, and cash-based rebates or incentives. But these methods merely shift costs. Only worksite health promotion stands out as the long-term answer for keeping employees well in the first place.

HOW WE CAN HELP - (406) 587-8446


Company-curated, doctor-led workshops to educate and inspire your workforce to take action when it comes to their health. Focuses on stress relief, nutrition, weight loss, injury prevention, family health, time mastery, and overall energy.


Conducted as one-on-one meetings or group sessions, ergonomic reviews reduce stress on the body while eliminating injuries and disorders associated with overuse of muscles, poor posture, and physically repetitive tasks.


Through state-of-the-art technologies, our experts assess how lifestyle stresses are impacting the quality of an employee's life. This prioritization affects the physical quality of life for the employee, which can reduce stress, increase work attendance, and lead to overall improved productivity.


Our wellness assessments provide each employee with a Wellness Quotient-a figure that depicts their current wellness state. Subjective and objective data derive this number, which allows us to determine what each employee needs to increase their quality of life, leading to better productivity, decreased absenteeism, and a better company culture.


A wonderful "value add" and stress relief resource to offer your employees. Our highly trained team of Certified Massage Therapists offer chair massages to employees at their desks, in a cafeteria, etc. Chair massage is a simple but effective gesture of care for your employee's wellbeing and overall quality of life.


Unlike other medical offices, we don't operate in a siloed environment. And while many people believe chiropractic is only the answer to neck and back pain, we integrate physical therapy and massage for a holistic approach. Our integrated healthcare services can provide support when it comes to a variety of common health issues such as asthma, allergies, fatigue, recurring respiratory "colds", and more.

Corporate Wellness Programs are an investment in your company's most important resource: your employees. Studies show that employees are more likely to be on the job and performing well when they are feeling good both physically and mentally. Employees are also more likely to be attracted to, remain with, and appreciate an employer that values them. One of the best ways you can do this is by prioritizing corporate wellness. Some of the benefits of bringing corporate wellness to your employees include:

  • Improving employee morale
  • Increasing productivity
  • Decreasing healthcare costs
  • Strengthening corporate culture
  • Providing proven solutions & results
  • Decreasing turnover
  • Reducing absenteeism and time lost

We would love to speak with you about how to tailor our corporate wellness expertise to fit your company's specific needs. Call us today at (406) 587-8446 to learn about how we can customize our program to support employee wellness.

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