On-Site Massage

When employees are not healthy, businesses experience lower productivity and absenteeism. The combined symptoms of stress and pain are costing US businesses an average of 200 billion a year in reduced productivity and increased health and medical expenses. Tight muscles caused by sitting behind a desk all day with a workstation that is not equipped with an ergonomic chair and desk can impede blood flow and lymph flow throughout the body.
The result is decreased energy and susceptibility to repetitive stress injuries like Carpal Tunnel syndrome and radial or medial tendonitis in the arm

Workplace Massage is Good for Business

Research has validated the positive effects of massage therapy on job performance and mental alertness resulting in improved accuracy and reduced stress-induced illnesses.
  • Opens up the back muscles and relieves strain on the neck
  • Provides a gentle relief for eyes usually glued to a monitor
  • Reduces stress, pain, and it increases staff productivity
  • Restores energy levels to keep the body injury-free

An estimated 1 million workers are absent every day due to stress.

Repetitive musculoskeletal injuries like carpal tunnel syndrome have become the nation’s leading workplace health cost and account for almost a third of all workers’ compensation awards. Massage has been shown to help in reducing these kinds of injuries, leading to reduced absenteeism, fewer workers’ compensation claims, and less cost to employers.*

* “Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Reaching Epidemic Proportions” (Jan 18, 2005) © Medical News Today, American Institute of Stress (www.stress.org)