Occupational Therapy in the Corporate Setting: 
We bring the clinic to you

Occupational Therapy is the area of soft tissue treatment has benefits for both the employer and employees through enhancing worksite wellness. A study by Medibank Private found that healthy workers are three times more productive than those who define themselves as having poor health – taking on average 18 sick days a year as compared to 2 sick days for those who describe themselves as having good health. Workers with good health and lifestyle habits take less sick leave, are more satisfied with their performance and perform more effective working hours each month.


Benefits of Occupational Therapy for the employees include:

  • Decrease in muscular pain and tension
  • Increased movement
  • Increased feeling of well-being
  • Managing stress more effectively
  • Improving circulation and nerve strength
  • Convenience of treating from the workplace
  • Reduced need for time off
  • Create a balance between family and work life
  • Reduced fatigue
  • Increased mental clarity
  • More energy


As a part of our service we conduct visits to the workplace and treat individual employees on site. Generally, we complete a three-month trial period at the worksite. Prior to the commencement of our services we are willing to give a presentation to your executive team describing the benefits of our service and how it would work. Visits are weekly, fortnightly or monthly. We can also adapt this to best meet your workplace needs. Each session runs for either 15 minutes or 30 minutes. The cost of the service falls onto the individual employees as if they were visiting a clinic for therapy and there are rebates through private health insurance. 


Employees that can benefit include those experiencing any of the following:

  • Headaches/Migraines
  • Shoulder and neck pain
  • Back pain
  • Muscle tension
  • Reduced movement
  • Joint ache/pain
  • Stress
  • Fatigue and low energy levels
  • Pain or fatigue from working at the desk
  • Sprains and strains
  • Asthma and allergies
  • Those wanting enhanced athletic performance


Workstation Assessment


It is important to have a well-designed workstation and correct sitting posture to reduce and prevent potential problems and work related injuries. A Workstation Assessment in the workplace is completed by a qualified occupational therapist who will visit and ergonomically adjust the workstation and provide further recommendations to help relieve muscular pain and headaches, enhance a safe working posture and to maximise efficiency and productivity. find out more>