Workplace Wellness admin 2017-05-23T11:37:25+00:00
PhysioTrain offers a range of workplace wellness services to prevent injury, manage injuries, and boost staff health and wellbeing. Let us tailor a solution to meet your needs.
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We can assess your workstation and make recommendations on the optimal setup of your workspace. If required we can recommend appropriate equipment or discuss the exercises you should do at your desk to maintain good posture and prevent aches and pains.
Ongoing Physiotherapy management
Save money by having our Physiotherapists come to you. Cut out time and money lost to travel. Improve communication with your own OH&S staff.
Have problems addressed early before they become serious and require an insurance claim or more extensive treatment.
Workplace mobility class
This is a 45 minute class held at your location, for up to 15 participants, depending on the size of space available (e.g. boardroom).
It is designed to help take your mind off the job and to work on the strength and flexibility that is lost while sitting for prolonged periods. You will need to change into exercise gear for this class, but it is not designed to be a cardio workout, so you should not need a shower afterwards.
Group flexibility and core workouts
This is a higher intensity workout so you will sweat, and more space is required. If you have gym facilities we can come to you, but if not, groups of 4-12 people can come to our clinic in Brighton.
We use free weights, cables and Pilates equipment to give a whole body workout tailored to the activities required by your work group. These sessions can also be individually tailored for smaller groups.
Workplace seated massage
A 15 minute massage from a qualified Remedial Massage therapist is a great way to break up the week and can help with relaxation and pain relief.
Not having to leave work to get a great massage is also a fantastic staff incentive!
Health and fitness seminars
We can run educational sessions on:
Posture in the workplace
Why sitting is killing you and what to do about it