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Open for Business: OnSite Care Doctors PLLC

There are 7 comments on the story from May 22, 2011, titled Open for Business: OnSite Care Doctors PLLC. In it, reports that:

Dr. Richard Hastings rolls out his massage table after seeing a patient at Salon Ave in Shoreview on Tuesday, May 3, 2011.

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Pam Nelson

Minneapolis, MN

#1 May 22, 2011
This is brilliant! Small- and medium-sized businesses rarely have the resources to offer on-site services, even when they'd like to be able to. This sounds like such a win-win opportunity for business owners AND their employees - a way to encourage and help employees maintain their physical well-being through a convenient, efficient, cost-effective care delivery system.

As a corporate coach, one of the conversations I consistently have with managers is around work-life balance. So often, people report that they would like to take better care of themselves, but they perceive it takes too much time away from work or family time. I believe that a service like this would support employees in better maintaining their health and well-being; employees would also appreciate the business' efforts to offer supportive and pro-active health services, and this would lead to increasing engagement, productivity, and employer loyalty. Sounds like a win-win to me!
Sara Veblen-Mortenson

Saint Paul, MN

#2 May 27, 2011
I am thrilled to see this dynamic service now being offered to businesses. Having been the recipient of 6 years of in-home preventive care for my family (two children; 8 and 10 yrs old), I certainly know the benefits of regular care. The holistic support this competent and caring professional team delivers is absolutely stellar and has been invaluable to our wellness. With health care costs continually increasing and employers bearing more of that burden, preventive care of this nature does offer work-life balance, consistent attention to health maintenance, and support for both the professional and personal health care/wellness goals. I have no doubts that increased health, wellness and cost care savings in the workplace would be realized with this model. How can we not afford to bring this type of preventive and maintenance health care into the workplace?
David Hi

Los Angeles, CA

#3 May 27, 2011
Check this video about on site massage and wellness is the best ressource for onsite health services
Helen Martin

Saint Paul, MN

#4 Jun 3, 2011
Chiropractic has been a part of my healthcare since I was very young, and part of the lives of each of my kids since the were newborns. From headaches to sciatica, from elbow pain to eliminating the suffering of a colicky baby, I have either experienced or witnessed the wonderful and numerous benefits of chiropractic. Our OnSite Care doctor is intuitive and helpful, 100% present and dedicated to the overall health and wellness of our entire family.

Newark, NJ

#5 Jun 3, 2011
Most of chiropractic is pure hucksterism. So sad.

And millions of innocent people have been taken in by these clowns.

the truth is getting out.

Muldoon, TX

#6 Jun 3, 2011
Wisdom wrote:
Most of chiropractic is pure hucksterism. So sad. And millions of innocent people have been taken in by these clowns. the truth is getting out.
What we have here is a loser who failed Chiropractic College and his only recourse is to demean other professional chiropractors.

Kyle, TX

#7 Aug 22, 2011
This seems like a pretty convenient idea for businesses to reduce their healthcare costs. What they could also do is start accepting mobile payments when the doctor attends to an employee at their office. One company that can help with this is SalesVu ( ). They enable you to be able to accept credit cards on your phone while also keeping a customer database. Great product. Find it on their website or on the Apple app store. Hope this helps!

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