Corporate packages for physiotherapy often include a range of services designed to help employees maintain their health and well-being to avoid injury and pain at work. One common component of corporate physiotherapy is ergonomic assessments.
Ergonomic assessments involve a thorough evaluation of an employee’s workstation and task-related activities to identify any potential risk factors for musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) such as neck pain, back pain, and carpal tunnel syndrome. During an ergonomic assessment, a physiotherapist will assess the employee’s workstation set-up, including the chair, desk, computer monitor, and keyboard, as well as the employee’s work habits and posture. The physiotherapist will make recommendations for changes to the workstation set-up or work habits to help reduce the risk of MSDs.
Ergonomic assessments can be especially beneficial for employees who spend long periods of time at their desks or who perform repetitive tasks. By identifying and addressing potential risk factors, ergonomic assessments can help prevent the development of MSDs and improve employee health and productivity.
In addition to ergonomic assessments, corporate physiotherapy packages may also include services such as individualized exercise programs and group fitness classes. These services can help employees maintain their overall health and well-being and can be tailored to the specific needs of the company and its employees.
Overall, corporate physiotherapy packages can be a valuable resource for companies looking to promote the health and well-being of their employees. By providing services such as ergonomic assessments and other health-related programs, companies can help their employees maintain good health and improve their productivity at work.
We offer corporate packages and contracts for companies looking to establish a physiotherapy presence in their company or increase the health and wellness of their team. We have established contracts with local longterm care residences, as well as deal with gyms, offices, and teams.