Cultivate by Standard Process announced that Bryan Muth, DC, will contribute content to the American Chiropractic Association’s Get Healthy Blog. Muth, the medical services director for Cultivate’s on-site chiropractic-led corporate wellness offer, now contributes monthly features on chiropractic, nutrition, fitness, and education.
“The American Chiropractic Association defines wellness as an active process that promotes health and enhances quality of life,” said Robert Sheely, MD, Get Healthy Blog editor. “Muth’s knowledge, based on his interaction with hundreds of employees within corporate environments, helps empower people in their health and be well enough to do the activities they enjoy.”
Cultivate’s model delivers statistically and clinically significant differences in employee health factors and the reduction of long-term health risks, according to the Medical College of Wisconsin and UW-Milwaukee School of Public Health. These experiences serve as the foundation for Muth’s contributed features to the Get Healthy Blog.
“My passion centers on helping people lead healthier, happier lives through on-site chiropractic-led corporate wellness,” Muth said. “It just so happens that healthier, happier people within a workplace create an environment where companies reduce costs and improve productivity. The Get Healthy Blog allows me to share insights with people outside the walls of our corporate clients.”
Cultivate’s metrics-based results derive from 10 years of employee data at Cultivate’s parent company, Standard Process, which engaged the Cultivate on-site chiropractic-led wellness program. Participant blood pressure, nutrition, and stress levels improved along with better body mass index, cholesterol, and triglyceride levels. The following Standard Process results, resulting from Cultivate’s approach to on-site corporate wellness, show meaningful factors to improving top- and bottom-line performance:
- 55 percent reduction in healthcare costs
- 24 percent reduction in short-term disability claims
- 18 percent reduction in spousal healthcare costs
- 60 percent reduction in employee turnover
Source: Cultivate by Standard Process