VitalSigns Wellness

Recognize the Vital Signs in Your Life

Our bodies speak to us in many different ways – from joint aches and pains to a lack of energy, weight gain, poor blood chemistry and even the diagnosis of illness and disease.  It is imperative that we learn to recognize these vital signs in our lives!

Medically Based Wellness

VitalSigns was developed by Dr. Randy Pardue and the physicians of Trinity Medical Associates.  VitalSigns offers a variety of medically based wellness services, including nutritional counseling, corrective exercise, group personal training, corporate wellness, and much more.

Open 24/7 at our Hardin Valley Location

In the Hardin Valley area, about a mile east of Pellissippi Parkway.

Corporate Wellness

The VitalSigns approach to corporate wellness aims to transform the culture of the companies we serve by enhancing the health of every employee.

We believe that our focus on health education, on-site exercise instruction, and continued accountability will decrease health care costs, increase productivity, and create a culture of wellness that will endure for years to come.

There is an annual $1.3 trillion impact on the United States economy from seven chronic diseases–cancer, diabetes, hypertension, stroke, heart disease, lung disease and mental illness. These chronic conditions, many of which are preventable, affect both the health and the productivity of your employees. Since most people spend the majority of their waking hours at work, employers are realizing what an opportunity they have to make a positive impact through workplace wellness programs. According to a 2010 meta-analysis of studies on workplace wellness programs, medical costs fell $3.27 for every dollar spent and absenteeism costs fell $2.73 for every dollar spent. The time to start seeing a return on your investment in the health of your employees is now!

Month to month gym memberships are available for individuals, couples, and families.  Call 249.7566 for more information!

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