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Wellness Programs

Provide your employees with a complimentary wellness education luncheon

Looking for MEASUREABLE WELLNESS solutions?

Lifetime Chiropractic Center is a leading wellness provider. Through a full-service on-site wellness program, the Lifetime Chiropractic group is bringing wellness to corporate America.

First-of-its-kind, on-site, corporate wellness offer. Our program is based off a program built on 10 years of data that shows direct correlation between wellness and business performance.

And, here’s why you should care.

  • Enrolled wellness participants health care costs decreased by 55%
  • Program participation has grown to 97% of employees
  • Short-term disability claims down 24%
  • Employee spousal claims down 18%
  • Employee turnover reduced by 60%
  • Reduced absenteeism rate, which reduces amount of overtime costs


Stress-Free Living     

People are under stress more now than ever before. It's time to reclaim balance and learn proven stress reducing techniques in everyday living. 


Learn how small changes every day in your diet can make profound differences in how you think, feel and function.

Body Function

We live more sedentary lives today than any other time in history, but our bodies are made to move! During this lunch n' learn, we will explore best practices for body ergonomics, stretching, exercise to promote healthy mobility. 

Mental Clarity     

Staying active and healthy during the winter months can be challenging, in this discussion, find ways you can live healthy year-round and avoid "cabin fever," feelings.

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Our company can create topics per request.

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  • "My health has improved considerably thanks to Dr. Janusz"
    Jane L.
  • "I have benefited tremendously from the chiropractic care I received from Dr. Janusz."
    John D.
  • "Thank You Dr. Janusz! My hip and low back are no longer hurting and I can finally sit with no pain."
    Joelle M.

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