ART On-Site Wellness and OnSite Health
Both are employee wellness programs but have different areas of specialization that set them apart.
What is ART treatment?
ART treatment is a non-invasive system that treats soft-tissue and nerve dysfunction at the source. This hands-on treatment combines provider touch, pressure, and tension with patient movement to pinpoint and treat the origin of the affected area.
What is an ART Elite Provider?
EPs are part of the Elite Provider Network (EPN): the only team of professionals qualified to provide ART treatment in the workplace.
Elite Providers represent the top 2% of all ART Certified Providers in the world. Learn more about what makes them the best of the best here.
Not only is ART treatment quick, but it is also insanely effective. Over 80% of soft-tissue dysfunction is solved in five or fewer treatment sessions.
What is ART On-Site Wellness?
ART On-Site Wellness Programs place an ART Elite Provider™ (EP) on-site at corporate facilities. An EP visits on a weekly basis to treat employees with ART treatment. For many companies, utilization of ART treatment at their workplace is a means to prevent soft-tissue dysfunction from developing into full-blown injury, creating a recordable or worse, a workers’ compensation claim.
The ripple effects of employees experiencing freedom from pain are easy to see:
- Improved productivity
- Decreased turnover
- Reduced workers’ compensation costs and OSHA recordables
- Time savings for management and leadership
With ART On-site Wellness, employees receive treatment on-site and treatment sessions are quick, lasting 15 minutes per employee.
What does ART treat?
ART treatment will reduce employee pain and improve their function.
ART commonly treats:
- Back pain
- Shoulder pain
- Foot pain
- Migraines + headaches
- Sciatic pain
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Hip pain
- Knee pain
- Sprains, strains, + more
What is OnSite Health?
OnSite Health works with companies to reduce illnesses and injuries at workplaces through on-site health care services provided by on-site nurses.
What does OnSite Health do?
OnSite Health offers a variety of preventative care options on-site nurses can provide to prevent employees from receiving necessary health care.
Some services may require employees to visit a nearby OnSite Health serviced clinic to receive some offered services.
The goal is to help companies reduce health care costs while improving employee health.
The services an on-site nurse can provide include:
- Health screenings
- COVID-19 testing and symptom monitoring
- Health care coaching
- Hearing loss examinations
- CPR, AED, and first aid training
How are they different?
The major differences between both on-site wellness programs lie in the approach and offered services.
On-site ART treatment focuses on the prevention of soft-tissue dysfunction through utilization of ART protocols and the ART Diagnostic Algorithm, to optimize performance and health.
For example, a patient with soft-tissue pain may actually be experiencing nerve entrapment, causing discomfort in the affected area. The discomfort may lead an employee to fall behind at work from being limited by the pain.
An EP would locate the exact source of pain, perform ART treatment, and within 15 minutes, the employee can get back to work instantly feeling better than before their appointment.
OnSite Health offers a broad range of workplace safety services through coaching, preventative disease control methods, and general physical exams.
Our approach is simple
Utilize ART treatment to prevent work-related soft-tissue dysfunction to improve your employee satisfaction and productivity.
The fact of the matter is, if your employees do repetitive tasks of any kind throughout the day, eventually their bodies will require maintenance.
We make it simple to get ART on-site in just a few easy steps:
- Set up a presentation
- Sign your paperwork
- Choose your designated ART space
- Enjoy the benefits
Want on-site ART treatment at your facility?
If you are ready to establish on-site ART treatment, click here to set up a quick call with ART’s Sales Manager, Bradley Guye.
Do you want to learn more about the onboarding process first? Click here.