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What are Employee Wellness Solutions for an employees?
We provide comprehensive preventative, behavioral, Lifestyle, and intervention services for injury, obesity, and relative diseases. Offering a complete line of physical therapy, personal fitness training, nutrition, group exercise, group educational seminars, corporate wellness training, telephonic counseling, e-training, Lifestyle Solutions, nutraceuticals and much more. All of these programs are delivered via the LS365- Lifestyle Solutions programs, the Milestones Solutions, and the F.I.T. Club Solutions program. With your monthly premiums your health services and solutions are gauranteed for the entire year.

Did you know...

  • Employees who exercise one or more times per week, regardless of their weight, have lower health care costs than their sedentary co-workers {cite: IHRSA 2009, The Economic Benefits of Regular Exercise}
  • Coca-cola reported a reduction in health care claims of $500 per employee with 60% participation in an exercise program. {cite: The Wellness Councils of America}
  • Small business can achieve results comparable to large companies with as few as five employees actively engaged in a well-managed program. {cite: Annual Review of Public Health: Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine}

What are Employee Wellness Solutions for employers?
Prior to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (2010) companies, employers, and organizations could invest in various wellness, health, and fitness products and services to be offered offerred to their employees often at a discount. Many companies preferred to offer discount packages for local fitness clubs and spas as part of their Employee Wellness program or benefits package.

Today the landscape pertaining to what products and services qualify to be included as part of an Employee Wellness package looks very diferent. Two of the most substantial criteria that a qualified benefit has to meet are A) does it consist of the essential preventative care measures and B) are these measures evidence based and ranked apporpriately as defined by the United States Preventative Services Task Force. {cite: Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, 2010, Sec. 2713.}