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Why Bodywork At Work?


 

And as human beings we all know what it’s like to sit at a desk and attempt to concentrate on our work while muscles in our backs, shoulders, and neck are pulling, knotted, and demanding our attention.
 

Here at Bodywork At Work, we help you take care of your employees so that when they sit down to work, their attention isn’t divided.
 

Let us help you, help your employees get the absolute most out of their hours at work.

Bodwork at Work, LLC is HUB Certified.



 

 

Did You Know…

That the human body has 206 bones and 646 muscles?

When stress impacts our muscles at a 3:1 ratio, meaning 75% of injuries are muscle related.

Why?
Because stress means short, tight muscles and short, tight muscles pull bones out of place.
The most common complaints we hear from our clients in the workplace are the direct results of short, tight muscles  which if left unattended lead to:
 
 
 
 
 

 

CARPAL TUNNEL
A common condition that causes pain, numbness, and tingling in the hand and arm. The condition occurs when one of the major nerves to the hand — the median nerve — is squeezed or compressed as it travels through the wrist. 
In most patients, carpal tunnel syndrome gets worse over time, so early diagnosis and treatment are important.
FROZEN SHOULDER
A condition that affects your shoulder joint. It usually involves pain and stiffness that develops gradually.
Your shoulder is made up of three bones that form a ball-and-socket joint. There’s also tissue surrounding your shoulder joint that holds everything together called the shoulder capsule. With frozen shoulder, the capsule becomes so thick and tight that it’s hard to move.
CRICK NECK
A crick neck is a stiffness in the muscles that surround your lower neck and shoulder blades.
It can be described as being uncomfortable pain that generally a person has from sleeping with a high pillow or incorrect sleeping posture.

NERVE PAIN

Nerve pain can be described as a shooting pain, tingling sensation or numbness generally down the arm or leg.

Nerve pain can be the result of nerve entrapment or compression by bones, but more likely by muscles.

From Personal Experience…

My dad was scheduled for surgery March 15th...
 
After 42 years of working at the US Postal Service, my dad retired December 3rd 2017. Towards the end of his retirement he was having numbness in the last three fingers of his right hand, more than likely from repetitive use of sorting and delivering mail.
 
After a visit to his orthopedic doctor he under went a nerve conduction test which resulted in a plan for surgery: Cubital Tunnel Release (inside elbow). The doctor let him know it might even be possible for him to continue to have pain up to 18 months AFTER surgery!
 
Being a licensed medical therapist, I view surgery in this case as a "spot fix" for a long chain problem. The ulnar nerve originates from C7, C8, T1 and travels down to the last 3 digits of each hand. I theorized an entrapment happened and through research I found their were up to 8 different areas from the neck to the fingers that could have played a part in nerve entrapment.
 
After some research and a visual assessment, I hypothesized that the entrapment site could be pec minor or even wrist because of the medial rotation of his humerus (yellow arrows) indicated by seeing the back of his hand rotated inward.
 
I worked on him Tuesday night for 2 hours and again on Thursday for 2 hours with massage, and posture. I worked his neck, shoulder, tricep, forearm and hand. Manual compression on his right pec minor referred pain to his fingers. He left with 80% relief, but slight numbness in his last digit remained. We met a total of 4 sessions which resulted in canceling his surgery!
 

 

OUR CLIENTS

OUR PACKAGES

$180

Up to 8 Employees

On-Site Chair Massage


microStretch


Posture & Ergonomics


Fitness Classes

 

     Stress-     
      less   

      MORALE      BOOST

$340

9 to 16 Employees

On-Site Chair Massage


microStretch


Posture & Ergonomics


Fitness Classes

 

      BURNOUT    PROOF

$480

17 to 23 Employees

On-Site Chair Massage


microStretch


Posture & Ergonomics


Fitness Classes

 

  RETENTION  GANG

$500+

24 + Employees

On-Site Chair Massage


microStretch


Posture & Ergonomics


Fitness Classes

 

Bodywork At Work

CHANGING THE WAY YOU FEEL AT WORK.

Licensed Therapists

Each therapist has completed the state requirements and has passed the board examination to hold licensure.

Insured

Each therapist is required to complete a minimum of 24 hours of continuing education credits to maintain licensure and liability coverage.

Regional Coverage

Bodywork at Work is based out of Charlotte, North Carolina. We will also have available therapist throughout the region.

ABOUT US

When our clients started to complain about not being able to make it into our massage clinic as often as they'd like because of their hectic schedules, we knew we had to broaden our services to accommodate their busy lifestyles. By identifying this gap, we created Bodywork at Work.

Bodywork at work is an on-site corporate chair massage company. That brings therapeutic massage to the workplace. We help clients alleviate stress in their work environment, boost employee morale, increase overall productivity, and decrease employee burnout.

Our plans are flexible and range from daily to annual visits to your office. These plans are designed to provide an accurate solution to where mental and physical fatigue happened most, at the workplace.

Chair massage has become a real trend in many corporate wellness programs because of the cost, the convenience, and the results are immediate. Our team of licensed massage therapists look forward to serving you.

OUR TEAM

JARED

OWNER, FOUNDER

TAMEKA

PRACTITIONER

NICHOLE

PRACTITIONER

KAI

PRACTITIONER

NADIA

PRACTITIONER

TANIA

PRACTITIONER

MARTINA

PRACTITIONER

KNASTACIA

PRACTITIONER

NORMAN

PRACTITIONER

BRITTANY

PRACTITIONER

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