Home Health & Wellness Services
Home health and wellness services are rising across the country, from in-home nursing, therapists, chiropractors, acupuncturists and more. Traditionally these services have been limited to those patients who are homebound and cannot travel to treatment centers or the hospital. While an aging United States population certainly calls for an increase in home health service providers, the elderly aren’t the only ones taking advantage of these concierge-style services.
According to the Medicare program, the in-home care is “usually less expensive, more convenient and just as effective” as traditional methods of receiving care. In 2018 in addition to the homebound, busy entrepreneurs and corporate business people, high-performance athletes, and those who simply prefer the comfort and accessibility of in-home care are utilizing these types of services.
When people think of in-home health and wellness they typically think of nurses and medical doctors that come to care for the elderly, however, millennials have begun expanding services offered beyond typical medical needs. Practitioners such as chiropractors, massage and physical therapists and many alternative wellness providers are expanding their offering to include in-home services.
Alternative and nontraditional wellness providers such as reflexologists, reiki practitioners, acupuncturists, sound, and aromatherapists, often offer in-home services that can help supplement your traditional medical regimen. Even personal trainers and performance coaches are now