Your company or community group can play an important role in helping prevent or delay the onset of chronic disease that can affect your employees/participants. Our customized health fairs and screenings place registered nurses, health educators, dietitians and exercise physiologists onsite at your workplace where they are able to assess the risk level of your employees in a casual, informative and enjoyable setting.
Health education booths are a valuable education tool to motivate and boost
employee participation in health improvement. The booths are ideal
for individuals or small groups. Choose from popular wellness topics and
allow your employees/participants the instant gratification of knowing they have
begun their journey toward better health.
Total Cholesterol, HDL (high density lipoproteins), Cardiac Risk Ratio, & Glucose
- $400 per station/ per 2 hours
- Each station serves 20 participants per 2 hour period, any additional screenings will be $20 per person
- After the initial 2 hours, stations can be scheduled by the hour (10 participants/ hour with any additional screenings will be $20 per person)
- Involves a simple fingerstick
- Participants do not need to be fasting
- Trained health staff present results individually to each participant
- Glucose screens for diabetes by testing for blood glucose
- $480 per station/ per 2 hours
- Each station serves 20 participants per 2 hour period, any additional screenings will be $24 per person
- After the initial 2 hours, stations can be scheduled by the hour (10 participants/ hour with any additional screenings will be $24 per person)
- Includes Total Cholesterol, HDL, LDL (low density lipoprotein), Triglycerides, & Glucose
- Requires 8-9 hours of fasting (water is allowed).
- Find out if you are at risk of developing a stroke.
- Inova HealthSource RN/Health Educator conducts personalized consultations for each participant.
- Signs of stroke, prevention and risk reduction are discussed.
Body Composition (Body Fat)
- $15 per person (minimum 15 participants per 2 hour period); takes 6-8 minutes
- Evaluates near and far vision; assesses for color blindness and peripheral vision
- Participants may wear regular glasses during the screening
- We recommend that participants sign-up for this screening to avoid waiting in line
Dermaview Facial Skin
- Enables participants to view sun damage within the deep layers of the facial skin
- Equipment uses a low-level UVA black light lamp
- Shows proof of sun damage not yet visible to the eye
- $90/hour per therapist
- Licensed massage therapists concentrate on the head, neck, back, and shoulders.
- Employers may schedule appointments or allow employees to participate on a walk-in basis
- Employers can allow eight to fifteen minutes per person
Freedom From Nicotine
- $110 per person
- Smoking cessation program
- 6, 1-hour, on-site classes
- 8 person minimum
- $30/person (20 participant minimum per 2 hour period)
- Uses ultrasound to measure bone density of the heel which is considered to be similar in density to the hip because it supports us during weight-bearing activity
- Results are plotted on a personal chart so the participant can see how they look in comparison to the Young Healthy Individual and to the Age Matched Individual
- Trained Health Educators conduct the screening and review results with each participant
- Employers should allow ten minutes for each appointment
- We do not screen individuals with open sores, wounds, or skin rashes; Participants should not use talcum powder, lotions, or oils on the heel or foot 24 hours prior to screening; inaccurate measures may occur in individuals who have heel spurs or old bone fractures, or accumulation of fluid in the tested foot
- $35 per person (minimum 15 participants per 2 hour period)
- Screens for the four components of physical fitness: cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength, muscular endurance and flexibility
- Follows protocols established by the American College of Sports Medicine
- Includes 3-min. step test or 1-mile walk, push-ups or grip strength, sit-ups, and sit-and-reach
Body Mass Index (BMI)
- BMI is a measurement that evaluates an individual’s weight relative to height
- Trained Health Educators weigh/ measure participants and calculate BMI
- This an easy way to assess future weight changes and diabetes and heart disease risks
- Trained Health Educators weigh/ measure participants and calculate waist-to-hip ratio
- This a simple way to assess future risk factors for diabetes, coronary heart disease and high blood pressure
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Health Education Booths
- What does a serving size look like? How can good nutrition be incorporated into a busy lifestyle? What’s the truth about sugar? What’s the problem with salt?
- Certified health staff talk one-on-one with participants · Nutrition education handouts are provided.
- Provides the latest information on behavior modification techniques and smoking cessation aids
- Colorful 3D visuals demonstrate the damaging effects of smoking and chewing tobacco and displays up-to-date tobacco education and cessation materials.
- Looking for strategies to combat stress? This booth includes individual consultations with one of our “stress experts.” Participants will learn how to incorporate simple stress reduction techniques into their daily routines.
- Handouts and displays are provided on the following:
- Relaxation techniques and simple breathing exercises
- “Deskercise” or stretching techniques specifically designed to relieve tension caused by repetitive office routines
- Strategies for getting a better night’s sleep
- Self-massage techniques for reducing tension in the head, neck, shoulders, hands, and other parts of the body
- In this age of concern over infectious diseases, security, and liability demonstrating proper handwashing techniques is one way to reduce transmission of germs.
- It is a mistake to assume that your employees understand the critical nature of these simple processes—you have to teach them! Not enough can be said about the importance of cleanliness, proper handwashing and infection control.
- Through use of simulated germs, participants will demonstrate proper handwashing techniques.
- Get answers to your most common women's health questions.
- A health educator talks one on one with participants to answer general questions relating to women’s health.
- Get answers to your most common men's health questions.
- Learn what screenings are recommended and when you should get them.
- A health educator talks one on one with participants to answer general questions relating to men’s health.
- See what it feels like to gain an instant 20 pounds.
- Debunk the “muscle vs. fat” issue.
- Learn easy ways to increase the amount of physical activity you get throughout your day.
- Get information about what screenings are recommended and when you should get them.
- Learn easy ways to keep both your mind and your body healthy
- Get tips on how you or your loved one can keep the house safe to prevent injury or falls.
- A health educator talks one on one with participants to answer general questions relating to healthy aging.
- Learn about the different types of sun exposure and how they can affect your health.
- Get tips on how to apply sun screen and how to stay safe while in the sun.
- What is the difference between Type 1 & Type 2 diabetes?
- Learn the signs and symptoms of diabetes and how it can be prevented.
- Colorful 3D model shows the damaging effects that Type 2 diabetes can have on the body.
- Learn how to prevent high cholesterol, high blood pressure and diabetes.
- Watch how fatty deposits can build in your artery, causing coronary heart disease.
- A health educator talks one on one with participants to answer general questions relating to overall cardiac health.
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Corporate Fitness Classes
- Give your employees the convenience of an on-site fitness class!
- Multi-week sessions or one-time classes are available
- Choose from the following classes:
- Yoga: Practice total-body stretching through basic relaxation and breathing techniques. Learn to relax the mind and body for daily stress relief. All fitness levels welcome.
- Pilates: Strengthen the muscles that help support your back and abdominals. Participants should be comfortable working on a mat on the floor.
- Zumba: Get ready to sweat while dancing it out in an exhilarating Zumba class! Featuring exotic rhythms set to high-energy international beats, this class will get you fit and boost your energy level!
- Tai Chi: This mind-body practice is recommended by NIH to address and prevent numerous conditions. Slow, fluid movements promote relaxation, balance, strength and flexibility for people of all ages. This class is suitable for all fitness levels and abilities. Movement modifications are available for any physical limitation.
- Strength Training: Group strength training class to help you shape and tone your muscles.
- For more information or to schedule your corporate fitness class, please contact Erin Amendolia at Erin.Amendolia@inova.org.