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BUSINESS SERVICES
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CORPORATE WELLNESS

Improve your employee’s well-being and have them take a break from sitting!

Reduce the sedentary workplace habits of your employees and increase their job satisfaction, performance and efficiency at work. Have our team of therapists come and provide the physical treatment your staff needs to feel energized and to have intrinsic confidence to complete their work tasks. We have experienced registered Physiotherapists, Massage Therapists and Kinesiologists that will be able to provide your business with a holistic approach to physical health promotion. 

Physio at work

Physiotherapy for Business

Reduce your employee’s pain, while restoring and maintaining optimal physical functioning and daily performance by having our registered Physiotherapist’s come and treat your employees at your business. Time is precious and many people say that this is one of the main reasons they don’t adhere to taking care of themselves physically. Increase adherence to the individual health promotion of your staff by providing them with 1-to-1 Physiotherapy services during their workday to address and prevent any physical ailments.

 

Our Physiotherapists will provide the same manual therapy techniques, therapeutic modalities and exercise programs you would receive in a clinical setting. Our goal is for you to feel equal treatment outcomes and adherence to activity by having therapy at the office.

Physiotherapy can help treat and prevent these common conditions related to sedentary work in the office:

  • Overuse injuries such as tendonitis and tenosynovitis of the hands, wrists and elbows

  • Neck and back pain

  • Reduced flexibility and impaired mobility

  • General de-conditioning, reduced strength and energy

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Additional Benefits of Physiotherapy

for Corporate Wellness:

  • Increase flexibility, strength and endurance11

  • Reduce sitting time and stress on postural muscles 8,9

  • Reduce pain from sedentary position

  • Increase energy to optimize performance

  • Prevention of injury

Physiotherapy Services Include

Physiotherapy
Physiotherapy

Manual Therapy Techniques

Therapeutic Modalities

(IFC, ultrasound, EMS, etc.)

Core Exercise

Exercise Programs

(strength training, mobility, balance, functional abilities, etc)

Child Physiotherapy

Taping Techniques

Leg Injury

Rehabilitation after immobilization

(cast, bracing, walking boot, etc.)

SAVE: We offer reduced pricing when multiple patients book at one location. Get more of your colleagues to join at work and save the travel fee! 

Massage Therapy for Business

Have our Registered Massage Therapists provide your employees with the relaxation and rejuvenation they need to break up their workday. The stress and postural tension that builds from sedentary habits can take a toll on your employee’s productivity and overall work experience. You will be providing them with an easy and convenient outlet that can likely improve employee satisfaction and therefore reflection of overall performance for your company.

Additional Benefits of Physiotherapy for Corporate Wellness:

  • increase flexibility, strength and endurance 11

  • reduce sitting time and stress on postural muscles 8, 9

  • reduce pain from sedentary position

  • increase energy to optimize performance

  • prevention of injury

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Massage for work

Massage Therapy Services Include

Pressure Point Massage

Trigger Point Release

Reflexology Therapy

Reflexology

Stones Massage

Hot Stone Massage

Acupressure Neck Massage

Passive Stretch

Deep Tissue Massage, Scar Tissue Breakdown, Prenatal and Postpartum Massage, Sports Therapy Massage
 

SAVE: We offer reduced pricing when multiple patients book at one location. Get more of your colleagues to join at work and save the travel fee! 

Kin at work

Our registered Kinesiologists will provide your employees with exercise opportunities while at work. The benefits of physical activity on overall health have been well known and studied over time 8,9,11. Being a business that promotes health and wellness for their employees not only appeals to potential future staff and clients, but it also has its benefits on productivity outcomes of your business 3,4,7,11.

 

Kinesiologists are responsible for: 

  • Health promotion

  • Injury rehabilitation

  • Chronic disease management

  • Ergonomics and workplace safety

  • Return to work planning and disability management

Pilates Stretches

Kinesiology Services Include

Private Exercise Training
Personal Trainer

Our Kinesiologst will build a personal exercise program for you and deliver private 1-on-1 training sessions.

Group Exercise Training
Exercise Class

Group therapy will refer to the use of exercise in a social setting like a workplace! Together with colleagues, have employees participate in a group exercise class to break up their work day. Help build the bond amongst staff while achieving health benefits under the instruction of a registered Kinesiologist.

SAVE: We offer reduced pricing when multiple patients book at one location. Get more of your colleagues to join at work and save the travel fee! 

Meet our Business Services Team

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Sonia Lena, PT.
Registered Physiotherapist, MScPT, BScKin
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Kateryna Ostrovski, RMT.
Registered Massage Therapist
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Katrina Milich, RKIN
Registered Kinesiologist

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References

1. Fitzgerald, C.J. et al. (2012). Evolution in the Office: How Evolutionary Psychology Can Increase Employee Health, Happiness, and Productivity. Evolutionary Psychology 10(5): 770-781.

 

2. Beauchamp, M.R. et al. (2018).  Group-Based Physical Activity for Older Adults (GOAL) Randomized Controlled Trial: Exercise Adherence Outcomes. Health Psychology 37(5): 451-461.

 

3. Lara, A. et al. (2008). Reduction of weight and waistlines by integrating exercise breaks into workplace organizational routine. Preventing Chronic Disease: Public Health Research, Practice and Policy 5(1): 1-9.

 

4. Maher, J.P. et al. (2015). Perceptions of the activity, the social climate, and the self during group exercise classes regulate intrinsic satisfaction. Frontiers in Psychology 6(1236): 1-10.

 

5. Gutierrez-Espinoza, H. et al, (2020). Effect of supervised physiotherapy versus home exercise program in patients with sub-acromial impingement syndrome: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Physical Therapy in Sport 41: 34-42.

 

6. Kairy, D. et al. (2013). The Patient’s Perspective of in-Home Tele-rehabilitation Physiotherapy Services Following Total Knee Arthroplasty. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 10: 3998-4011.

 

7. Song, Z. and Baicker, K. (2019). Effect of a Workplace Wellness Program on Employee Health and Economic Outcomes: A Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA 321(15): 1491- 1501.

 

8. Jones, D. et al. (2020). What do workplace wellness programs do? Evidence from the Illinois workplace wellness study. The Quarterly Journal of Economics p 1747 -1791.

 

9. Taylor, W. et al. (2010). The Booster Break program: Description and feasibility test of a worksite physical activity daily practice. Academia 37: p 433-443.

 

10. Yancey, A.K. et al. (2004). The Los Angeles Lift Off: a sociocultural environmental change intervention to integrate physical activity into the workplace. Preventative Medicine 38: p 848-856.

 

11. Wattle, M.G. and Harris, C. (2003). The relationship between fitness levels and employee’s perceived productivity, job satisfaction, and absenteeism. Journal of Exercise Physiology 6(1): p 24-32.

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