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A Complete Range of Services

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), inactivity drives 40% of the cost of lifestyle-related chronic diseases. There is a direct causal chain between an individual’s lifestyle choices and the development of certain types of chronic disease. In addition to the initial wellness screenings, Ingalls Occupational Health Program offers a variety of services to employers to address the many healthcare issues facing their employees.

Wellness coaching provides participants with one-on-one opportunities to discuss their progress (6-month follow-up session) on achieving their optimal level of health and well-being. Achievable wellness goals can be determined and progress monitored on a 6-month or periodic basis.

The massage therapist provides onsite 10-minute chair massages.

  • Flexibility Screening: The Athletic Trainer will provide the Sit and Reach Test which measures flexibility of the major joints of the back, hips and legs.
  • Balance Testing: The Athletic Trainer will provide a Balance test to evaluate skill.
  • Athletic Trainer Fitness Consultation: A one-half hour fitness consultation to determine goals and fitness program to help individual employees get headed in the right direction.
    • Hello Fitness – Farewell Flab
    • Workout Smarter, Not Harder
    • Don't Let Your 1st Symptom Be Your Last – Are You At Risk for a Heart Attack?
    • Eating for a Healthier You
    • Cholesterol: Ways to Improve Your Levels
    • Spice Up Your Life – Tips to Lower Your Sodium
    • Make Fiber Your Friend
    • Belly Fat: Ways to Reduce Your Midsection
    • Yo-Yo Madness
    • Portion Distortion

    Personal Health Assessment (HRA) is a confidential health & lifestyle questionnaire completed by employees to provide them with information and their current health status. The survey focuses on four man areas of risk (heart, sroke, cancer).

    The following components are included in the program:

    Onsite Screening

    • Blood Pressure Check
    • Body Mass Index (BMI): The relationship between height and weight that is associated with body fat and health risk.
    • Waist Measurements
    • Neck Measurements
    InQuicker: Occupational Health
    InQuicker: ER & Immediate Care
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    • Michele Netherton, B.S.

      Ingalls Occupational Health Program


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