Onsite Chiropractic Care
- Healthier Employee Morale
- Healthier Employee Productivity
- Direct Cost Savings
- Reduced healthcare expenses
- Reduced Workers’ Compensation Cost
- Indirect Cost Savings
- Increased Productivity
- Reduced Employee Turnover
- Reduced Absenteeism
- Reduced Presenteeism
- Products to support care
- Custom built orthotics
Onsite Medical Care
On-demand care for acute, non-emergency needs.
- Coughs, Colds & Flu
- Strep Throat
- Minor Cuts & Sprains
- Urinary Tract Infections
Medical care to promote health and prevent illness for your whole family.
- General Care
- Comprehensive Health Screening
- Chronic Disease Management
- School / Sports Physicals
- Medical/Women’s Health
- Surgical procedures
- Goal Accountability
- Weight Management
- Healthy Eating
- Fitness Planning
- Stress Management
- Tobacco Cessation
- Disease Prevention & Management
· Elevated Glucose & Diabetes
· High Cholesterol & Triglycerides
· High Blood Pressure
- Goal Setting
- Meal planning & Smart Snacking
Ergonomic Assessments and Modifications
- Using 2013 guidelines, most ergonomists charge $150-$225 per hour or $1200- $1800 per day, PLUS travel expenses, travel time (Billed at 50% of your hourly fee) and handout material expenses.
- By having this part of your monthly fee you can have this onsite and on demand.
- Benefits of having ergonomic assessments onsite and on demand:
- Assess workstations when employees notice a potential for injury. Catch it before it becomes recordable.
- Make changes and monitor progress, then make additional changes if necessary.
Training in Proper Material Handling
- We provide job specific lifting techniques
- Stretches for micro breaks
- Guidance to other job specific material handling
- Minor aches pains and discomforts are easier to less expensive to treat than work injuries
- We identify ergonomic issues in the current operation and work to provide the needed Personal Protective Equipment and other equipment needed to get the job done safely. This will help prevent work injuries.
Return to Work Examinations
A return to work examination is used to make sure the employee is able to perform the duties of his/her job.
- Takes place when an injured worker reaches MMI (Maximum Medical Improvement)
- This is important to reduce the risk of re-injury
Workplace Assessments to Identify Potential Hazards
- We will work with you safety team to identify potential areas of concern. We look for:
- Excessive vibration
- Repetitive motions
- Excessive forces
- Other biomechanical hazards
Management Education and Consultation
- Work with management on various projects that come up.
- Safety programs
- A3 projects for Lean Manufacturing
- New manufacturing processes/product lines
- Facility remodel/new construction
- Any other process your team could use an outside consultant/safety member’s input on
- Self responsibility for safety on the job/home
- Injury Prevention Techniques
- Other Various Health Topics
- Stress Reduction and Management
Annual Health Screen
- At Employee Health Centre we feel it is important to measure employees health not necessarily disease.
- We provide traditional Biometric screens as well as a screening that collects a patient’s fitness health.
- If plan member has a good fitness health then the typical Biometric screening numbers (glucose, triglycerides, etc.) will inevitably improve.
- We provide pre-employment as well as post accident testing
- Urine Test
- We test for 14 different drugs
- AMP- Amphetamine, 1000 ng/ml - Adderall/Ritalin
- BAR- Barbiturates, 300 ng/ - Luminal/Seconal/Phenobarbital
- BUP– Buprenorphine, 10 ng/ml - Suboxone/Subutex/Buprenorphine
- BZO– Benzodiazepines, 300 ng/ml - Valium/Xanax/Paxam/Vicodin
- COC– Cocaine, 300 ng/ml - Crack
- mAMP– Methamphetamine, 1000 ng/ml - Meth/Crystal/MDMA
- MDMA– Methylenedioxymethamphetamine, 500 ng/ml - Ecstasy
- MTD– Methadone, 300 ng/ml - Methadone/Amidone/Methadose
- OPI– Opiate, 2000 ng/ml - Heroin/Morphine/Codeine
- OXY– Oxycodone, 100 ng/ml - OxyContin/Percocet/Vicodin
- PCP– Phencyclidine, 25 ng/ml - Angel Dust/Special K/Ketamine
- PPX– Propoxyphene, 300 ng/ml - Norpropoxyphene/Darvon
- TCA– Tricyclic Antidepressant, 1000 ng/ml - Paxil/Zoloft/Prozac/Celexa
- THC– Marijuana, 50 ng/ml - Cannabinoids/Weed/Pot
DOT (Department of Transportation) Physicals
- In order to operate a commercial vehicle on the Interstate system a CDL (Commercial Drivers License) is required.
- In order to obtain and maintain your license a medical examination by a nationally certified practitioner is required every 2 years.
- Get this requirement done on site
Call us today to see if onsite clinic services are right for your company!