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Now You Can Receive Treatment “On-The-Go”. . .. . .Without Wasting a Second in Miami Traffic.
At On-the-Go Wellness®, we offer mobile chiropractic services – so you don’t have to waste a second driving through the notorious Miami traffic, to then spend another half-hour attempting to find parking..With our mobile chiropractic services, you receive the full benefits of a Miami chiropractor, without any of the hassle.
We can come to your home or office and provide customized treatment. Call us and we will come to you, wherever you are in Miami, at a time that best fits your schedule.
You are eligible for our mobile chiropractor services if you live or work in the Miami area. We specifically serve the following areas: Brickell, Downtown Miami, Coral Gables, Coconut Grove, South Beach, Miami Beach, Edgewater, Wynwood, Key Biscayne, and Design District. Read on for more on our mobile Miami chiropractic clinic services!
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Mobile Chiropractic Services Can Help With:
You’ve been in an auto accident, and your body is in pain. Auto-accidents can cause headaches, a stiff neck, back pain, leg pain, muscle pain, or anything in between. Even if you don’t have pain immediately following a car accident, pain can develop later. This is why it’s always a good idea to be examined to rule out any injuries. A friendly reminder: in the state of Florida, you have a 14 day window to seek medical attention following a car accident. Otherwise, some insurances may not cover the treatment that you may require. >>I want to learn more about Auto Injuries<<
Back doesn’t feel well, and it’s messing up your day? Back pain is unpleasant, because it usually persists for a long time and never seems to go away. Severe lower, mid, or upper back pain causes include incorrect posture, auto-accidents, bulging discs, or a variety of other conditions. This can result in pain all over your back, or in specific areas. >>I want to learn more about back pain relief<<
Headaches and Neck Pain
Having headaches every other day or pain in your neck? Headaches and neck pain can turn you from being a happy upbeat individual, into a cranky and negative Nora. Neck pain can be caused by herniated discs, pinched nerves in your neck, bulging discs or a variety of other causes. These can lead to tension, headaches, migraines, stiff neck, and many other symptoms. >>I want to learn more about neck pain and headaches<<
Extremity and Muscle Pain
Are your arms, legs, or muscles around your body feeling weaker? Although you workout at the gym consistently, your arms and legs seem to be weaker and in more pain than ever before. Extremity pain can be caused by excess strain on the tendons, muscles or bones in the arms and legs. This is typically caused by conditions like fibromyalgia, auto-accidents, or fatigue syndromes. This can result in leg pain, calf pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, or sore muscles. >>I want to learn more about extremity and muscle pain<<
Sciatica and Nerve Pain
Pain in your hips, legs, or buttocks? You can’t seem to pass a day without having pain in the lower body. Sciatica can be caused by herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, aging, or just incorrect posture. Sciatica can cause weakness in the legs or feet, sensations of pins and needles in your lower half, bowel incontinence, or pain when walking. >>I want to learn more about sciatica<<
You feel pain and fatigue ‘Everywhere’. You can’t seem to pinpoint your pain, and the most specific description for your pain is that it’s ‘Everywhere’. The onset of Fibromyalgia can be caused by physical trauma like an auto accident, sports injury, infection, and other circumstances. At On-the-Go Wellness®, Miami chiropractic care, we can help manage the symptoms of your fibromyalgia and provide pain relief. As a 5-star rated Google chiropractic clinic in Miami, we are rated one of the best chiropractors in Miami.
Another year, another Mental Health Awareness Month (that’s May). While the observance doesn’t change, the ways in which we honor it do. In every season of life, and every year of our ever evolving world, mental health – and our experiences – evolve too. In 2022, the world is recovering from a devastating pandemic (that is not fully over, by the way), and dealing with a burnout epidemic as well as a change in the way the world views work.
The pandemic as well as new technology created a shift in the way we work; we work more, we work longer, and we often work from home. Current and recent world events have added stress, and new challenges to the way we maintain our mental health. It’s a hard world out there, and our mental health has suffered because of it. That’s just the hard reality.
So we have less time, more things to worry about, and in many cases less resources to care for ourselves. How can we prioritize our mental health? Here’s the thing; there are always things you can do to prioritize your mental health. Here are just a few small ways you can take action any day:
Work-life balance, burnout, and mental health have all been hot topics in recent years, especially with the pandemic and the resulting rise in remote work. While the flexibility to work from anywhere (or a hybrid schedule allowing some work from home days) is wonderful, it does come with its drawbacks. With remote work has come not only increased flexibility, but also decreased boundaries and work-life balance (for some, not all).
I believe that remote work is the future for many industries (though I can’t yet give you a spinal adjustment remotely – maybe one day), however I ALSO believe that work-life balance is not a goal to be achieved, or a nice to have, but a necessity. So here are 6 tips to ensure that you achieve and retain yours, so that you can be your best both in and out of work.
You might have heard your Uncle Charlie complaining about his “slipped disc.” While the term is incorrect and misleading, dear old Uncle Charlie is talking about none other than a herniated disc. An injury that, as chiropractors, we are far too familiar with. Let’s just say, we see this often.
This study says “the incidence of a herniated disc is about 5 to 20 cases per 1000 adults annually and is most common in people in their third to the fifth decade of life.”
So what exactly is a herniated disc?
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