One size certainly does not fit all. In the world of wellness, this is especially true. Since not all companies are alike, you can't expect what works for one company to work for yours. Understanding where to begin, how to get employee buy-in, and how to create successful cultural changes does not happen overnight. If you are trying to determine how to improve your existing wellness program or how to start a new program, we probably have a solution for you. We work with companies of all shapes and sizes, all industries, and within any budget. We are equally committed to working with all of our clients to obtain best practices and building the relationships with you and your employees to create a much healthier culture.
We have an expansive library of topics and areas of expertise that Dr. Paul can cover to best target the needs of every company no matter size or industry. We look at areas which can best impact your culture and create an opportunity for your employees to learn ways to improve their quality of life. Based on his 30 years of scientific research in performance nutrition, exercise, stress management, and holistic approach to optimal health, Dr. Paul covers topics in an insightful and common sense manner that his clients appreciate.
Our unique platform works one-on-one and in group settings to facilitate healthy, sustainable behavior change by challenging each person to develop their inner wisdom, identify their key values, and transform their goals into action. We take best practices, motivational encouragement via coaching, goal setting, and positive mindfulness to engage and empower individuals to make, set and achieve their goals.
Whether your needs are for on-site, telephonic or virtual coaching, we work with you to make sure we provide an inviting platform to engage optimal participation.
When introducing wellness to your workforce, you have to get creative in order to get buy-in from your employees. You want your staff to be excited and engaged or else the program will not be as effective as it could be. Offering a wellness challenge as part of your program can accomplish this goal! When people are given the opportunity to compete against themselves and others, they usually embrace their competitive spirit and get involved! A wellness challenge can be even further enhanced by arranging to have a real, tangible reward for the winner or winning team.
When it comes to quitting tobacco, you have options. We’ll help you find the most appropriate method and understand the importance of seeking support. We offer an effective program that provides individuals the tools and resources needed to set a quit date and be successful. In addition, we provide ongoing support for an increased chance of remaining tobacco free for life!
Benjamin Franklin said “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Preventive Medicine is the best way to keep your employees healthy and productive, however often times it is too difficult and time consuming for employees to leave work and see their physician for a checkup. Our biometric screening, sometimes called a biometric health screening or biometric assessment, provides a clinical assessment of key health measures. These results may be used to identify certain health conditions, such as diabetes and heart disease, or to indicate an increased risk for these conditions. PRISEWell can provide biometric screening onsite as an important part of a health and wellness program. A screening may be conducted at an employer health fair, at a commercial laboratory, at a provider’s office, or at home using a kit. Most employers offer a variety of options to allow all employees, and sometimes spouses, to participate in the screening program.
The results can be used to:
We can combine screening results with our health risk assessment questionnaire data about lifestyle behaviors and health status to provide a detailed assessment of an individual’s health.
Do you have good health and enough energy to do what needs to be done, and what you'd like to do, on a daily basis?
Do you have strong interpersonal relationships and love in your life?
Do you like what you do every day? Do you like how you occupy your time at work?
Do you experience and integrate meaning and purpose in your life and with others?
Do you feel as though you can effectively manage your finances?
Do you have a sense of social and community engagement within the area where you live?