by Caleb Patee, DO, MPH If our hearts are the engine of our bodies, what happens when injuries take their toll on the piece of machinery that keeps our bodies going? Work Right seeks to prevent these injuries from happening, but when they do, are you prepared for what comes
by Amelia Meigs, MS, ATC As an industrial athlete, the holiday season can be one of the busiest times of year. Your work may be ramping up to meet increased demand. There can be joyous moments with family and friends and also tough moments of loss, heartbreak, or mismatched expectations.
by Emi Calvo, ATC There are many benefits to having a feline friend in your life. Studies have shown that those with feline or canine companions have lower heart rate and blood pressure than those who don’t have pets. Cats often fill our need for companionship, aid in mental health,
by Amelia Meigs, ATC Work Right has a mission to put a dent in healthcare. This dent has workplace injury prevention at its core – keeping you physically safe and healthy while you do your job. But what about mental health? This month is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. So let’s
By Erin Guidarelli and Aaron Weidman This Friday is National Dog Day and at Work Right NW, we love our pups. As healthcare professionals, we also love our wellness! It only makes sense that during National Wellness Month and on National Dog Day we show just a few of the
by WRNW Unless you’re tuned out entirely to the news and social media, you know the world has become increasingly divided. Each day sees another breaking news story or scientific finding presented that inevitably sparks new worries or concerns. These challenges force us to make decisions and changes for ourselves