Corp. Health Strategies

 Why WHS could be the answer for your company

Here are just a few benefits…

 

Increase in cognitive skill, productivity and sales

No time is lost, I can meet with your employees on break or after hours

It’s an inexpensive way to enhance company morale and corporate culture

It demonstrates a commitment addressing the health and well being of your employees

It’s an attractive asset to the employee benefits package 

 

STRESS AND ILLNESS… Could be costing your company money!!!

 

ACCORDING TO HEALTHYAMERICANS .ORG 

 

Projected Increase in Costs for Health Care and Lost Productivity

 

By 2030, medical costs associated with treating preventable obesity-related diseases are estimated to increase by $48 billion to $66 billion per year in the United States, and the loss in economic productivity could be between $390 billion and $580 billion annually by 2030. Although the medical cost of adult obesity in the United States is difficult to calculate, current estimates range from $147 billion to nearly $210 billion per year.

 

                     How Reducing Adult Obesity Could Lower Disease Rates and Health Care Costs

 

If BMI’s were lowered by 5%, the number of Americans who could be spared from developing major obesity-related diseases in California alone could be:

 

Type 2 diabetes: 796,430

Coronary heart disease and stroke: 656,970

Hypertension: 698,431

Arthritis: 387,850

Obesity-related cancer: 52,769

 This could equate to savings of $81.7 billion in health care costs in California alone!

According to the Occupational Health and Safety News and the National Council on Compensation Insurance, 1 million people are absent from work each day in the US.

Here are just a few treatable reasons why…

 

Headaches

Back Pain

Obesity 

Auto Immune Diseases

High Blood Pressure

Digestion Problems

Lowered Immunity to Colds and Flu’s

Irritability

Emotional and Physical Exhaustion

Tendinitis

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)

Cumulative Trauma Disorder (CTD)

Temporal Mandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJ)

 

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