Occupational Health

Physiotherapy Services

Prevention and Effective Management of Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs) within the Workplace

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Physiotherapy Services

Prevention and Effective Management of Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs) within the Workplace

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Connect Health is one of the largest occupational health physiotherapy providers in the UK. With an established track record over 30 years, we work with over 100 businesses and NHS contracts, in the prevention and effective management of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) within the workplace.

With a national coverage, we have a wide-ranging customer portfolio in the public and private sectors covering from fishermen to pharmaceuticals, call centres to the constabulary and anything in between.

Our service offer provides scope on key areas such as prevention, assessment, rehabilitation and training delivered through a team of physiotherapy specialists, helping to promote a reduction in absenteeism at both manual and corporate organisations.

2 Sisters Food Group

With 23,000 employees, 2 Sisters Food Group is one of the UK’s largest food manufacturers, from chicken to cookies, and pizzas to pies. They are on a mission to deliver great quality and innovative meal ideas each and every day.

However, it is a challenging environment in which to work, with a high volume of outputs from raw materials to products delivered. With a wide range of repetitive activities, sustained postures and manual handling tasks, the risk of musculoskeletal disorders can be high, potentially causing employees to be placed on restricted duties or even cause periods of sickness absence.

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