Our Corporate Cupping treatments is based on your company goals. We have different types of treatments that can fit your needs. Please call us for more details.
THE FINANCIAL BURDEN OF JOB STRESS
About one-third of workers report high levels of stress. This can create a burden for employers in health care costs, periods of disability, absenteeism, job turnover and poor productivity.
HOW COSTLY IS JOB STRESS?
- Job stress is estimated to cost American companies more than $300 billion a year in health costs, absenteeism and poor performance. In addition, consider these statistics:
- 40% of job turnover is due to stress.
- Healthcare expenditures are nearly 50% greater for workers who report high levels of stress.
- Job stress is the source of more health complaints than financial or family problems.
- Replacing an average employee costs 120-200% of the salary of the position affected.
- The average cost of absenteeism in a large company is more than $3.6 million/year.
- Depression is the largest single predictor of absenteeism and work related performance.
- Depressive illness, a common side effect of job stress, in employees is associated with nearly 10 annual sick days (this study included one large firm).
- For every 47 cents spent on treating depression, another 53 cents is indirectly spent on absenteeism, presenteeism, and disability.
- Insurance data indicates insurance claims for stress related industrial accidents cost nearly twice as much as non stress related industrial accidents.
BENEFITS OF CUPPING THERAPY:
- Cupping removes harmful substances and toxins from the body to promote healingPrevent injury
- Relieve muscle strains that eventually lead to Repetitive Strain and Motion Injuries
- Reduce the adverse effects of staying in one position too long.
- Improve brainpower by increasing blood flow.
- Relieve physical and mental strain.
- Ease away tension headaches.
- Boost immune systems.
- Improve employee self confidence
- Motivate employees to take better care of their health.
STRESS FROM WORK CAN CAUSE:
- Anxiety, Depression and Worry
- Anger, Rage and Frustration
- High Blood Pressure and Poor Circulation
- Arthritis and Joint Problems
- Neck and Back Injuries
- Chronic Muscle Spasms
- Stress and Tension Headaches
- Muscle Tension and Aches
- Fatigue and Poor Concentration
CHOOSE THE BEST PAYMENT OPTION THAT FITS YOUR COMPANY.
We can build different Cupping Treatments to fit our client’s needs. The rates are based on those needs and the number of people using our services.
For clients with multiple locations we offer special rate packages
Our clients can choose from the following payment options:
- Company Employer Paid – Cupping4Life bills your company the full amount of the treatments.
- Company Employee Paid – Employee can pay Cupping4Life prior to the treatments or can choose to pay our therapist direct at the time of the treatment. The company have to decided the service option prior to the treatments.
- Company Employer/Employee Paid – Employee can pay Cupping4Life half of the amount prior to the treatments or directly to our therapist at the time of the treatments. Cupping for Life charge your company for the remaining half of the treatments fee. The company have to decided the service option prior to the treatments.
According to the American Institute of Stress, workplace stress costs the nation more than $300 billion each year in health care, missed work and stress reduction efforts.
According to a LLuminari® Landmark Study, 20 percent of all workers are at risk for stress related health problems.
The LLuminari® Landmark Study found that 10 percent of workers are so tired at the end of their work day that they do not enjoy their non-work time.
The LLuminari® Landmark Study also reported that 20 percent of workers stated that their work regularly interfered with their responsibilities at home and kept them from spending time with their family.
According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, workers who report they are stressed incur health care costs that are 46 percent higher, or $600 more per person, than other employees.