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Did You Know…

Productivity-cutting physical complaints affect 13% of the U.S. Workforce

Headaches are the most common source for lack of productivity, equaling 5.4% of total lost work time.

Backaches are the second most common source for lack of productivity, equaling 3.2% of total work time.

On any given week, 1 in 8 workers has a common and treatable pain condition that affects their ability to work.

On any given week, 1 in 8 workers will lose 5 hours of productivity due to a pain condition.

-Study produced by Walter Stewart, November 2003 Journal of American Medicine


The study concludes that employers should educate their employees about pain awareness programs and various methods of treatment to improve their health.

Manhattan Total Health “Wellness While at Work” Programs are specifically designed to target these types of ailments in the workplace. We pride ourselves in educating employees on how beneficial it can be for them to reevaluate their daily physical routine to help them optimize their Total health potential.

Our wellness programs include:

  • Staff Appreciation Massage Days
  • Wellness Workshops
  • Workplace Ergonomic Makeover Consultations
  • Lunch-n-Learns
  • Patient referral Rewards Program
  • Corporate “Complimentary Massage” Emails
  • Health Fairs

Manhattan Total Health Wellness While at Work programs are enjoyable, informative and best of all virtually hassle free for you as the employer! We will provide the tools and staff needed to make these events a huge success for you and your employees.

So if your goal is to:

  • Improve overall health and safety in the workplace
  • Improve employer-employee relations
  • Introduce new health alternatives
  • Boost employee productivity in the workplace
Manhattan Total Health is your remedy for Total satisfaction!

Most of our programs are of no cost to you or your employees. To find out more about our wellness programs and eligibility of your company, please contact:

Tom Smith
Manhattan Total Health