Aug 03 2015

Health Care is Personal

One of the questions that our clients ask us is:

What is the difference in having TRS|Wellness on-site and an on-line wellness vendor?

Your health and wellness is a very personal matter. Nobody (hopefully) cares more about your health than you.


And there is no other company or organization exactly like yours. Every client we work with has a different mission, vision, and culture. They also have different needs and wants when it comes to a wellness provider. That’s why we don’t believe you can get what you need without the personal contact of our professional wellness team.

Healthy behaviors and lifestyle changes don’t just happen. They take time, and our personalized health coaching gives your employees the resources they need to make meaningful and lasting changes for the better. You don’t get that from a cookie-cutter weightloss contest.

We use aggregate data from our biometric health screensto show where our efforts should be focused first to give your program the most for your money. For instance, if our health risk assessment shows a high number of employees who report stress that affects their quality of life, then we know that starting a stress management and financial wellness program should be a priority. Or if a high precent have metabolic disorders, like obesity and diabetes, than a nutrition and exercise program focused on those concerns is the place to start.

We can see where your injuries are occurring and provide custom preventative programs, pre-employment testing, and functional job descriptions to minimize injuries and discomfort and maximize work performance. And unlike filling out an ergonomics worksheet, our professionals are educated in how the body works and moves optimally, meaning you’re not wasting time and money on chairs and tools that don’t actually provide any benefit.

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  about your unique organization and how we can help. Rising healthcare costs are a drain on employers and employees alike, so make a move that helps save costs and improve company culture at the same time. We promise you won’t regret it.


Sandy Greeson

Ergonomic Assessment Specialist, Essential Functions Evaluator, & Certifed Clinical Instructor