• breast-cancer_Newsroom
    05/04/2016 // Posted in
    Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the United States, and is the second leading cause of cancer deaths. Screening is vital because early stages of the disease are easier to treat.
  • vision-safety_Newsroom
    05/04/2016 // Posted in
    Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is an important part of preserving good eye health. Keys to healthy vision include...
  • the-healthy-habits-of-successful-employees-Newsroom
    05/03/2016 // Posted in

    There are several daily life hacks that can have a large cumulative impact on your productivity and happiness. Use these habits unlock your full potential.

  • womens-health_Newsroom
    05/03/2016 // Posted in
    Part of learning how to take charge of your health involves understanding your risk factors for different diseases. Risk factors are things that increase your chances of getting a certain disease.
  • Adult Immunization
    05/03/2016 // Posted in
    Although most toddlers in the United States have received all recommended vaccines, many adults and adolescents have not.
  • finding-a-work-life-balance-Newsroom
    05/02/2016 // Posted in
    According to the OECD, the United States is ranked #29th among advanced nations for work-life balance.While housing and salaries are higher than other countries, where Americans seem to struggle is in managing our commitments between our work and personal time.
  • tips-and-tricks-to-get-back-to-sleep-Newsroom
    05/02/2016 // Posted in
    Do you ever wake up in the middle of the night? Fortunately there are several things you can do to develop longer uninterrupted periods of sleep. 
  • Opioid Pills
    04/30/2016 // Posted in
    Whether or not you know it, there has been a growing epidemic in the United States. Over the past few decades there has been an explosion of narcotic abuse. What may be most concerning though is a large portion of people suffering from substance abuse disorders are addicted to prescription opioids.
  • early-intervention-and-integrated-care-model-newsroom
    04/29/2016 // Posted in
    In recent years, new evidence has emerged supporting a change in the way we treat injured workers reduced use of pain medication, injections, and imaging therapy instead of surgery.
  • Concentra Colleague Rosenda
    04/28/2016 // Posted in
    Rosenda has been with Concentra since 2002. She has been instrumental in growing the occupational therapy service in the Florida market. A tragic event to her cousin was the catalyst to awaken her passion for helping people to achieve functional independence and purse a career in occupational therapy.
  • 3-big-upcoming-changes-to-the-healthcare-industry_newsroom
    04/27/2016 // Posted in
    Sweeping changes are expected to the healthcare field throughout 2016. These changes will have sizeable impacts on consumers, doctors, employers, and providers alike. Knowing what these updates and revisions look like ahead of time will keep you informed and prepared. 
  • differences-btw-occmed-and-wc_Newsletter
    04/27/2016 // Posted in
    The mention of workers’ compensation or occupational medicine conjures up images of debilitating injuries and payroll assistance. However, a majority of people believe that these two terms are interchangeable. 
  • Worker in hardhat with neck injury
    04/25/2016 // Posted in

    When one of your employees gets hurt on the job, it can lead to delays and expenses that immediately change the structure of your business. After treating the injured worker, management must look forward and decide what safety procedures should be in place to prevent further workers’ compensation cases.

  • Worker with physical therapist
    04/25/2016 // Posted in
    An ER department may sound like a quick and easy fix after an on-the-job injury has occurred, but it may end up being more of a hassle than you realize. An emergency physician is trained to triage and stabilize an injury, but there is very little focus on any short-term work restrictions or long-term recovery. 
  • 04/21/2016 // Posted in
    In recent years, new evidence has emerged supporting a change in the way we treat injured workers with reduced use of pain medication, injections, and imaging therapy instead of surgery.