Sales Process for ART On-Site Wellness

Marketing Team

Active Release Techniques® (ART®) Sales Manager, Bradley Guye, gave us insight into how the ART On-site wellness program works and what the sales process looks like for clients.

How does ART On-Site Wellness work?

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.

Treatment sessions are quick, lasting 15 minutes per employee.

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.

The sales process

For your company to begin the sales process with the ART Corporate Solutions (ARTC) team, you can complete this interest form, or schedule a consultation with our Sales Manager, Bradley Guye.

With this ROI calculator, you can see how much your business would save with on-site ART treatment.

Once one of those above actions is completed, we will schedule a 15 to 20-minute sales presentation with you.

The next step is finalizing a contract that is unique to your facility’s needs. The sooner the contract is signed, the sooner we can get an EP to your facility.

The final step is being onboarded by the ARTCS Account Management team, which can take two weeks.

What are the contract length requirements?

There is no legal agreement being signed in the contract stating you must utilize ART On-Site Wellness services for a required amount of time.

Companies are free to end their contract at any point in time.

How will this program work at my company?

Other than your company providing a private area for the EP to practice ART treatment, there is not much more on your end that needs to be done.

You can expect your assigned EP to arrive and work at your facility on the agreed days and times.

The number of days a week an EP comes to your site is tailored to the needs of your company and how much manual labor your employees’ jobs are. This could look like once a week for four hours, or multiple times per week.

What does the treatment process look like?

An EP will be in a designated area that allows them to treat each employee with privacy. This can be an office space or even a walk-in closet.

The EP comes with a treatment table and will begin treating patients in the allotted timeframe.

As each ART treatment session ends, a new employee will have 15 minutes with the EP.

Between each employee, the EP will complete the required paperwork about each employee they treated.

Why companies benefit

Other than decreasing OSHA recordables and workers’ compensation claims, Bradley has seen additional benefits too.

Because ART treatment can be a life-changing treatment option for many, employees feel more motivated when they feel better. Their motivation translates into increased productivity.

Managers see increased retention and happier employees.

The best part?

ART treatment can be truly life-changing and give people an overall better quality of life.

Bradley Guye values the revolutionizing outcomes on-site ART treatment provides employees.

Click here if you are ready to be the company hero for your employees.

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