A new survey from the U.S. Pain Foundation reveals that people in pain are knowledgeable about and interested in accessing multidisciplinary care – but cost gets in the way.
HR leaders know that the first few weeks – or even days – after a wellness program launch are critical. Here's how to make the most of your program launch.
Employees who aren't digitally connected during the day can still benefit from digital MSK programs – getting them enrolled simply requires a different approach.
As the top source of healthcare spending in the United States, pain is a significant challenge for both employees and employers – and the new definition may inspire you to rethink how your company approaches pain in the workplace.
Chronic pain and depression often go hand-in-hand. And workplace stress, especially during these challenging times, can make both worse.
Benefits strategies have changed during the pandemic, whether to support employees working remotely or in essential in-person roles. But are they here to stay beyond the pandemic?
Working from home can bring its own physical and mental risks. As employees work from home, HR has a role to play in supporting employees’ physical and mental health.
Digital programs for back pain are a relatively new concept. We explain how it all works.
Back pain symptoms develop and are exacerbated by poor ergonomics in workspaces at home, stress, and lack of access to care. That means higher costs are on the horizon.
Working from home is bad news for back health. Our Fern Health experts share advice on how to set up a self and healthy space, with helpful graphics.