• Adrian-Lunick-Newsroom
    10/18/2016 // Posted in
    October is National Physical Therapy Month, and we’re celebrating Physical Therapy Month by putting the spotlight on one of our own: Adrian Lunick, the Center Therapy Director of the Concentra Medical Center in West Palm Beach, Florida since 2005.
  • Concentra-Zika-Travel-Health-040816-Newsroom
    10/12/2016 // Posted in
    [Infographic] A brief history of the virus on How Zika was discovered, how it spread, and what discoveries are made, with information from the WHO.
  • apples-influence-on-health-care-Newsroom
    10/04/2016 // Posted in
    The introduction of the iPhone changed everything—completely revolutionizing how we use and live with technology. With the iPhone’s 10th anniversary coming up next year, let’s look at some of the ways Apple devices have impacted healthcare.
  • WhyWorkplaceWellnessProgramsArentOneSizeFitsAllNewsroom
    10/03/2016 // Posted in
    Singular wellness programs only fit one person. If you want to develop a successful wellness program that keeps employees engaged in their health and provides a hefty return on investment, keep reading to understand why the one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t work, and what you can do to devise an effective program.
  • what-to-expect-from-brokers-payors-workers-compensation-Newsroom
    10/03/2016 // Posted in
    When dealing with a workplace injury, the cost of workers’ compensation and injury care can add up if you don’t have the right partners. You want a knowledgeable broker and fair payor on your side. Here is what you should expect from your broker and payer when it comes to workers’ compensation insurance.
  • vaccination-travel-health-Newsroom
    10/02/2016 // Posted in
    Traveling abroad provides a sense of adventure, the opportunity to learn about new cultures, and, unfortunately, the risk of disease. So before you get on that flight, use this international travel health checklist to make sure you’re prepped for a safe and healthy adventure:
  • top-workers-comp-myths-Newsroom
    10/01/2016 // Posted in
    Workers’ compensation can be overwhelming, but finding excuses not to cover your workforce is a big mistake. If you’re guilty of believing these myths about workers’ comp, keep reading to find out the truth.
  • juicing-benefits-supplement-cleanse-Newsroom
    09/30/2016 // Posted in
    Juicing has been a popular health trend used to lose weight, detox and replace eating fruits and vegetables. However, there isn’t a lot of research to support the benefits. We researched the pros and cons and came up with our own conclusion.
  • well-being-vs-wellness-Newsroom
    09/30/2016 // Posted in
    Well-being and wellness are not the same thing. But despite their differences, they influence each other in the workplace. As an employer, you need to understand how to implement effective wellness programs to benefit your employees’ well-being.
  • Concentra-Top-10-Simple-Ways-to-Create-a-Healthy-Workforce-Newsroom-165x105
    09/21/2016 // Posted in
    For many small businesses the idea of a wellness program may seem out of reach or too costly to apply to your business. But the reality is that there are many easy ways to introduce healthier habits and promote better employee well-being without breaking the bank. 
  • hidden-cost-of-employee-injuries-Newsroom
    09/21/2016 // Posted in
    The cost of workers’ compensation is often compared to an iceberg, with expected costs peeking above the surface, and hidden costs a giant, dangerous mass concealed beneath the waves. The metaphor seems dramatic, but dealing with these unexpected costs after an accident can produce some major financial damage, both in the short- and long-term.
  • 8-steps-better-to-employee-health-Newsroom
    09/20/2016 // Posted in
    Employee health is making headlines nationwide, and you want to get your workforce in on the action. There’s just one problem: you have no idea where to start. There are 8 simple things you can start doing right away that can make a major impact toward better employee health. 
  • new-hires-workers-comp-Newsroom
    09/20/2016 // Posted in
    Every 15 seconds, 153 workers have a work-related accident. The most vulnerable to an accident: new employees. To complete your new hire checklist, here is everything you need to know about new employees and workers’ compensation.
  • 5-things-small-business-should-know-about-WC-Newsroom
    09/19/2016 // Posted in

    Knowing the ins and outs of workers’ compensation is essential for the safety and success of any small business. Before you get tangled in the web of lawsuits and lost productivity, get familiar with these five things you should know about workers’ compensation as a small business owner.

  • 6-ways-stop-eating-out-much-Newsroom
    09/18/2016 // Posted in

    Eating out is easy, convenient, and can be a great way to socialize with friends. It’s also expensive, and often unhealthy. If you think you’re eating out too much and want to make a change, here are a few things to do to finally break the takeout habit. 

  • zika-come-from-Newsroom
    09/17/2016 // Posted in

    For most of the 20th century, the Zika virus was largely unknown. But the recent outbreak, rapid spread through several continents, and the virus’ potential links to infant microcephaly and temporary paralysis, has put the world is on high alert. Here’s a brief history of how the Zika virus has changed over time.

  • risk-prevention-workplace-Newsroom
    09/16/2016 // Posted in
    Your employees are your most valuable asset, and you want to protect them on the job. Understanding the importance of risk prevention—and how to identify and reduce job hazards—is essential to keeping your employees safe at work. 
  • truck-driver-appreciation-week-Newsroom
    09/16/2016 // Posted in

    Trucking is a huge industry in the United States—and one that a lot of us rely on to get the goods and services we need every day. In honor of National Driver Appreciation Week, here’s 5 things you didn’t know about trucking. 

  • weirdallergiesyouveneverheard0fNewsroom
    09/16/2016 // Posted in

    What if you were allergic to healthy living? For some people, living a healthy life can be far more challenging than it is for others. Here are just a few of the things that are good for most people—but cause others to break out in hives.  

  • how-to-stay-healthy-on-road-Newsroom
    09/15/2016 // Posted in

    If you travel often for work, staying healthy on the road can present a lot of challenges. It’s not always easy or convenient, but your health is important—whether you’re on the road or off.