Healthcare specialists are aiming to keep businesses at peak performance with Dorset Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
BWT Physio has stepped up its support of the Dorset Chamber by becoming its latest Platinum Business Partner.
The company treats private clients and increasingly plays a corporate role in helping local businesses to look after their staff.
Chief executive Juliet Beardsley said: “We are keen to support other business owners to look after their employees.
“It makes good business sense to keep a company performing at its best and can do wonders for recruitment and retention if people feel appreciated.
“We are delighted to become a Platinum Business Partner and look forward to playing our part in the continuing success of the Chamber and our fellow businesses.”
“The Dorset Chamber is the area’s leading business support organisation so there is a clear unity of purpose for us to work more closely together”
Clinical director Debbie Martin added: “Awareness is growing within the business community about the importance of health and wellbeing in the workplace.”
BWT Physio treats clients at its central clinic in Ashley Cross, Poole, and the West Hants Club in Bournemouth as well as in the workplace, private homes and care homes.
Thirty-strong BWT Physio was founded in Parkstone in 1988. The company’s mission is to provide easily accessible, quality private healthcare for a range of conditions, including, headaches, migraine, back pain, injuries, mobility problems, neurological diseases such as Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis and stroke.
Its services include hands-on physiotherapy, massage, acupuncture, workplace assessment and advice to employers, bio-mechanical assessment, running gait analysis, podiatry, clinical pilates, yoga and hydrotherapy.
The team of highly qualified staff support Team GB and Olympic athletes across various sports. The business also backs such causes as Parkinson’s UK, Osteoporosis Dorset, Poole Sailability and the Sleepsafe initiative for the homeless.
Dorset Chamber chief executive Ian Girling said: “BWT Physio has an inspirational team and we are delighted to welcome the company as a Business Partner.
“Its expertise will be invaluable as the focus on health and wellbeing quite rightly continues to grow.”
DCCI’s Premier Business Partners are AFC Bournemouth, Brighter Productions and Digital Storm.
Its Platinum Business Partners are A-One Insurance Group, Beales Gourmet at The Italian Villa, Bournemouth Airport, the Bournemouth and Poole College, Bournemouth University, BWT Physio, the Daily Echo/Dorset Echo, Deep South Media, the Dolphin Centre, Field International, Greendale Construction, Global, HSBC, the IDE Group, JP Morgan, Lester Aldridge, Meggitt, Ouch Training Team, PKF Francis Clark, Poole Harbour Commissioners, Purple HR, Savills, Sunseeker, TeamJobs, Travel Counsellors for Business and the Westover Group.
Visit www.dorsetchamber.co.uk for more information.
PICTURE: Chamber chief executive Ian Girling is pictured third left with BWT chief executive Juliet Beardsley sixth left with some of the staff at the company’s clinic in Poole