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.
Research shows that health coaching, like the methods in our Fern Health program, have a significant benefit for helping people recover from musculoskeletal pain.
For those who haven't studied pain neuroscience, the concept can be confusing. Isn't back pain caused by lifting a heavy box the wrong way, or sitting hunched over at a computer for hours on end?
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.
As a physical therapist, I’ve seen the impact treatment timing can have on both costs and outcomes for people with musculoskeletal pain.
Whether you're rolling out a new program at your company or sending another reminder about open enrollment, capturing attention is critical – and challenging. Try using behavioral economics techniques to break through the noise.
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?