CarriersEdge partners to develop online driver wellness program

MARKHAM, Ont. — CarriersEdge and Trans Canada Chiropractic have developed a partnership that will make Trans Canada Chiropractic’s content available through the CarriersEdge driver improvement system.

CarriersEdge will create online health and wellness training modules based on Trans Canada Chiropractic’s body of published work, research, and seminar materials.

The modules will focus specifically on topics of importance to professional drivers, including practical approaches to healthy eating, physical fitness on the road, and injury prevention, along with tips for recognizing and treating sleep apnea.

"Our fleet customers have been asking for more tools to help their drivers get, and stay, healthy", said Mark Murrell, president of CarriersEdge. "For more than seven years, Trans Canada Chiropractic has been focused on serving the medical needs of the trucking industry. They’re well-known for the quality and depth of their expertise, and we’re very excited to have that expertise available through our system."

CarriersEdge subscription customers will automatically receive the Trans Canada Chiropractic modules as part of their subscriptions. Modules may also be purchased individually through either CarriersEdge or Trans Canada Chiropractic.

“Trans Canada Chiropractic is focused on improving the overall health of the professional drivers that keep this industry moving", added Dr. Christopher Singh, president of Trans Canada Chiropractic. "These online modules will go a long way towards reaching that goal, and we’re extremely pleased to be working with CarriersEdge to produce them."

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