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Three Ways Our Chiropractor in Savannah Can Boost Corporate Wellness

The importance of corporate wellness cannot be overstated. Recent statistics show that a corporate wellness plan reduces sick leave by up to 28%, decreases medical expenses by about 26% and cuts the absentee rate by up to 19%. Read on to discover three key reasons why chiropractic care should be an important part of every single corporate wellness plan.

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Three Reasons Why You Should See a Chiropractor

Preventing and Treating High Blood Pressure

Regular chiropractic visits can lower blood pressure. Ongoing high blood pressure can lead to kidney failure, stroke, heart trouble, dementia, nerve damage, bone loss and/or insomnia. Professional medical help from an experienced chiropractor is more than just a nice thing to include in your employees' health care plan.

Preventing Insomnia

Insomnia undoubtedly has an outsized impact on any workplace. Studies have shown that those who do not get enough sleep at night have a hard time being creative at work. Furthermore, a lack of sleep contributes to poor decision-making skills, lack of concentration, slow reaction time and difficulty remembering important information. Chiropractic care is known to not only help people sleep better but also get more sleep than would have otherwise been possible.

Affordable Treatment for Common Aches and Pains

Up to 80% of all employees work in jobs that require little to no physical activity. A sedentary lifestyle typically leads to headaches, neck pain, back pain, and joint pain.  This impairs work at the office, increases sick leave and reduces productivity. 

Chiropractic care is a highly effective way to treat these forms of pain. Unlike surgery, it is both affordable and non-invasive. Ongoing chiropractic care can even prevent pain. Our chiropractors also offer holistic treatment that includes advice on nutrition and exercise. While other medical professionals can provide medications to reduce pain, chiropractors can actually find the cause of the pain and work towards not needing ongoing medical treatment for a long-term basis.

Let Crossroads Chiropractic & Wellness Center Assist You Today!

Anyone who needs chiropractic care will want to find an experienced doctor who provides various types of treatment and offers top notch services to patients from all walks of life. That is why many people who are looking for a chiropractor in Savannah turn to Crossroads Chiropractic & Wellness Center. Dr. Mark Domanski, DC has over 23 years of experience in the field. Treatment options include not only regular chiropractic care for young and old alike but also lifestyle coaching, nutrition counseling and massage therapy.

You can reach us at (912) 353-7611 or get in touch online. We look forward to working with you to provide the top quality care that your employees need to be happy, healthy and productive.

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