Occupational health care (OHC) is the mainstay of health care for both men and women.
It includes basic preventive care, which includes screening for diseases and injuries and addressing any underlying medical problems.
In addition, OHC can address chronic diseases like asthma and allergies, including asthma and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS).
In addition to preventive care and occupational therapy, OHCA provides treatment for depression and anxiety.
In this article, we will cover some of the more popular occupational health treatments, the common issues people face in accessing them, and the barriers people face when seeking OHCA.