Our Process

“TRAIN LIKE YOUR LIFE DEPENDS ON IT…BECAUSE IT DOES”

INDUSTRIES WE WORK WITH AND BENEFIT FROM OUR SERVICES

Hospitals
Administrative staff/ Office Workers
Public Safety
Utilities
Construction
Trucking
Manufacturing
Distribution
Other Industries that have problem with MSD

Our Process

Education and Training Process: Employees should be trained on all aspects of human performance, including prevention principles and individual health and wellness. Formal classroom training and one-on-one follow up ensures the message is getting through.

Early Intervention Process: Identifying injury potential and implementing mitigation strategies along with and individualized program taking a proactive strategy designed to discover early warning signs of MSDs is key.

A Partnership Between Employees and Employers

The strategy outlined in this article for prevention of sprains and strains is a simple one — identify and control all contributing risk factors. Putting ergonomic controls in place is part of the company’s responsibility to provide a safe workplace for their people. In many cases, individual controls fall under the individual responsibility of the worker to keep his or her body fit for work and use proper work practices.

The most successful companies create a culture of safety, health and wellness. This culture is the result of each side of this partnership for prevention (the company and individual workers) taking responsibility for their role.

  • Companies take responsibility for providing a workplace within the capabilities and limitations of workers through a systematic ergonomics improvement process and by instituting ergonomic design standards for new work tasks and processes.
  • Workers take responsibility for keeping their bodies fit for the work they have chosen to do and they do their work well with proper work practices and technique.

Professional Prevention for Professional (Industrial) Athletes

In the sports world, professional athletes are treated with utmost care. Team owners provide their athletes with injury prevention professionals, such as strength coaches and movement professionals. The job of strength coaches and movement professionals is to keep the team healthy and performing at their best. After all, the success of the team depends on the health and performance of the athletes on the team.

In the same way, the success of your company hinges on the health and performance of the professional (industrial) athletes who do the work at your company. Perhaps it’s time you considered treating them like the professional athletes they are and providing them advanced care to prevent pain and injury. Sprains and strain are common injuries in athletics and by improving movement quality and allowing employees to move as efficient as possible is key to a company’s overall success. Professional prevention for your professional (industrial) athletes. It’s worth careful consideration, especially if health and safety excellence is your goal.

SCREENING

Our screening and training process helps identify potential injuries early gives employees the tools address small issues before they become problematic and lead to bigger problems.

DAILY WARM UPS

Our screening and training process helps identify potential injuries early, asymmetries, and tight or weak areas, and that gives employees the tools that address small issues before they become problematic and lead to bigger problems.

  • PROGRAM DESIGN
  • MARKETING & IMPLEMENTATION
  • STRETCH LEADER TRAINING
  • EFFECTIVENESS SURVEY
  • LIFTING TECHNIQUE
  • WARM-UP AND STRETCHING
  • WORK RECOVERY
  • SELF-CARE TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES

WELLNESS PROGRAM

A healthier workforce means lower injury risk, less costly injuries, and fewer days away from work. Our program can help address personal risk factors that affect the work place we can help you motivate and educate workplace athletes to adopt healthier lifestyle habits through workshops, lunch and learns, wellness events, and more.

INDIVIDUAL QUALITY CONTROL VISITS

  • Corporate Wellness
  • Corrective Exercises and Strengthening
  • Group Screening
  • Individual Movement Profiles
  • Risk Assessments
  • Injury Trend Analysis
  • Group Movement Profiles
  • Employer Risk Stratification
  • On Site Movement Labs
  • Educational Presentations
  • Quality Control On Site Visits