Think Healthy, Inc., is celebrating the impressive results of a study conducted from May 14 through June 7, 2018, on 53 clerical workers at Seattle City Light, led by Ergonomist Keith Osborne, using the company’s BAX-U Posture Corrector. Seattle City Light is a public utility providing electrical power to Seattle and its surrounding areas. It has 1,872 employees.
Fifteen interns are now ready to serve the community and see patients at the Sherman College Chiropractic Health Center, a teaching clinic for senior students in their final stage of internship prior to graduation from the doctor of chiropractic program. Interns celebrated the entrance of this final phase of their chiropractic education recently during a pinning ceremony on the Sherman College campus, located at 2020 Springfield Road in Boiling Springs.
University of Western States (UWS) doctor of chiropractic students Shenee’ Lawson and Tim Williams were sponsored to represent the UWS Student American Black Chiropractic Association (SABCA) chapter at the 37th Annual American Black Chiropractic Association Conference (ABCA) in St. Louis, Missouri. The newly formed UWS SABCA chapter is recognized as the first SABCA chapter of the Pacific Northwest region.
What company wouldn’t want to reduce workplace injuries and absenteeism, decrease workers’ compensation costs, and boost employees’ engagement and morale? Meeting these goals is essential as Minnesota employers struggle to recruit and retain people in this ever-tightening job market. It turns out that offering employees health care and wellness services right at work is an effective way to accomplish all of these objectives, and then some.
Sherman College hosted three key staff members of the Mary Black Foundation recently for a campus visit and an enlightening discussion about community health. Program Director for Healthy Eating/Active Living Natalia Swanson, Program Director for Early Childhood Development Keisha Gray and Grants Manager Amy Page, who were visiting Sherman College for the first time, met with key campus constituents over lunch and enjoyed a tour of the ongoing campus renovations.