Population Health


Population Health Management

Impact Rehab & Wellness provides customized, movement based solutions that enable employees to meet the physical demands of their occupation and lifestyle. Our program assists both employers and employees to decrease injury potential, bolster resiliency, and enhance their quality of life while simultaneously working to keep employees on the job. We offer a program that focuses on movement, nutrition (fuel), and recovery (sleep) to help decrease the risk of musculoskeletal injuries and to improve the quality of movement.

A healthier workforce means lower injury risk, less costly injuries, and fewer days away from work. Our program can help address personal risk factors that affect the workplace. We can also help motivate and educate workplace athletes to adopt healthier lifestyle habits through workshops, lunch and learns, wellness events, and more.

Population Health Management is a key ingredient for lowering workforce injury costs and mitigating loss of productivity.

The Problem

Over 120 million Americans live with a musculoskeletal disorder.

80% will experience low back pain

The costs are staggering and are causing employers undue financial pressure.

The Facts

An estimated 126.6 million Americans were living with a musculoskeletal disorder in 2012. With the aging of the American population, and workers on the job later in life, our problems will only get worse. The latest research shows:

  • Arthritis prevalence will increase to 67 million people, or 25% of the adult population, by 2030.
  • Arthritis is not just a disease for older Americans, with two-thirds of arthritis sufferers under the age of 65.
  • Back and neck pain affects nearly one in three, or 75.7 million adults.
  • Osteoporosis affects 10 million Americans, with 19 million more (mostly women) at risk for the disease.
  • One in two women, and one in four men, over the age of 50 will have an osteoporosis-related fracture. 
  • 21% of hip fracture patients over the age of 50 will die within one year of their injury.

Education and Training:

We will educate and train employees on all aspects of human performance, including prevention principles and individual health and wellness.

Early Intervention: 

We will help to identify risk factors that can lead to chronic disease or injury potential, as well as implement proactive strategies to improve the health and well-being of employees.

Return on Investment:

The estimated return on investment in human capital for employment-based Population Health Management programs is between $3 to $6 for every $1 invested, generally after two or more years of implementation.

For additional information, call us at 918-756-3330 or email us at Michael@impactrehabwellness.com