Corporate Chiropractic (Onsite Health Care in the Workplace)

Corporate Chiropractic (Onsite Health Care in the Workplace) from Dr Mac Chiropractic

By: Dr Mac Chiropractic  09-Aug-2011
Keywords: Health Care, Back Pain, Chiropractor

 

In New Zealand, 75% of all New Zealanders suffer back pain at some stage during their lives. This makes back pain New Zealand’s number one occupational health and safety problem, and a major factor in the performance of our workforce as well as the national economy.
The cumulative cost of sick days across New Zealand workplaces adds up to a staggering $1 billion+ every year.
The basis for creating a healthy work force, of course, is a well-conceived and well-promoted Onsite Chiropractic Wellness Program.

Keywords: Back Pain, Chiropractic, Chiropractic Care, Chiropractor, Corporate Chiropractic Wellness in The Workplace, Health Care, Nervous System,

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