Anti-Aging & Medical Weight Loss

Corporate Wellness

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With so many companies actively embracing a corporate wellness initiative,
the solutions we offer are timely, appropriate and effective. 

• Improve Employee Productivity
• Reduce Absenteeism
• Minimize Stress
• Boost Morale

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Healthy Employees =  Happy Employees

Healthy Employees = Healthy Bottom Line

Average Yields Range From $3 to as much as $6 For Every Dollar Invested*

 

 There is a new practice in the world of medicine.

 It all begins with a focus on wellness…not sickness.

Many employers are opting to re-allocate resources, shifting the sole focus from treatment to prevention…
…with positive results.

Some conditions are early warnings of much more serious health issues to come…
…Many of which could be prevented!     

The ISMD wellness approach focuses on preventive measures in key areas known to be major contributing factors such as…

• Obesity
• Nutrition
• Vitamin Deficiencies
• Hormone Balance

 

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Officially recognized by the American Medical Association as a disease in June of 2013, obesity is one of the leading drivers in healthcare costs today.Obesity costs U.S. employers an estimated $150 billion in lost productivity*

Cost for an obese employee can range $1,000 to $6,000 more for your organization than an employee of normal weight!**

 *Marketwired – Dec, 2013 – Keas the results of its 2014 Health Trends Survey. **Workplaces Feel The Impact of Obesity –Oct. 27, 2011, Jennifer Ludden





People are working longer as life expectancies increase and medical advances allow for a better quality of life fora a longer time.  Both men and women over the age of 35 are often candidates for Hormone Replacement Therapy.  As we age hormone levels decline significantly each year, causing symptoms that can negatively impact job performance.

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It is projected that by 2020, the proportion of the U.S. labor force that is composed of older adults will be 25.2%.  By 2020 the median age in the U.S. workforce will be 42.8*

*National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health






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HELPING YOU MANAGE YOUR EMPLOYEES’ HEALTH

 

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InShapeMD® and You…a Partnership in Wellness

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