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Body Zone and PK Wellness Matters Strategic Partnership for Corporate Wellness

Body Zone and PK Wellness Matters Strategic Partnership for Corporate Wellness

Wyomissing, PA— Body Zone Sports and Wellness Complex and PK Wellness Matters, a division of Power Kunkle Benefits Consulting, have announced a partnership to help meet the total wellness needs of local employers and the community as a whole. The two companies are teaming up to offer services that will help build better personal and community health and to help the greater good of the local community.

With healthcare costs continuing to rise, employers are looking for ways to control and lower these costs. One solution, corporate wellness programs, have become increasing more popular to help employers and employees reduce health risk factors, lower health insurance claims, increase worker productivity, and decreasing injuries at work.

“Body Zone’s mission to create an environment that is welcoming and supportive to all is the core principle of all of our wellness programming,” Debbie Stiller, Director of Wellness and Aquatics at Body Zone Sports and Wellness Complex said. “Wellness means different things to different people. We understand the importance of meeting individuals where they are and partnering with them on their path to personal wellness. Our partnership with PK Wellness Matters strengthens this effort and creates a valuable resource in our community.”

The Body Zone and Power Kunkle partnership will create a premier wellness team for Berks County that can meet a wide variety of needs for community members.

“Millions of people suffer from a chronic disease that may have been preventable through early detection, improved diet and exercise,” Lori Kunkle, Senior Vice President of Clinical Wellness at PK Wellness Matters said. “Our partnership with Body Zone will help bring together the resources individuals need to prevent or delay the development of chronic disease, as well as, lessen the pain of an existing condition through education and simple lifestyle changes.”