New Year, New You!

New Year, New You!

The New Year is in full swing, and that means that it may be the best time to turn over a new leaf. Have you made your resolutions for the year, and are you excited for what the future has in store for you?

Here at True Health and Wellness we want to know what your health goals are for the future and how we can help you achieve them. The beginning of a New Year is an exciting time to focus on the goals you have and use the excitement as a driving force for getting started on accomplishing your resolutions.

At True Health and Wellness we may be able to help you with the following resolutions:

Getting Healthy: If you want to get out of pain, relieve stress, sleep better, or just want to be the healthiest you, we may be able to help! Stop living with back pain, neck pain, or any other type of pain when you may not have to.

Exercising: A lot of people want to get in the gym. Be sure you have a long-term plan for adding exercise into your daily life. Be aware of injury prevention and rehab for possible injuries while on a new work out routine.

Weight Loss: Eating and drinking in excess during the holidays may have tightened your waistband. If you want to be sure you are eating properly for your health goals, need to detox your body, or just have questions about diet, we may be able to help!

Quitting smoking: Quitting can be the healthiest thing you can do if you are a smoker. After quitting for 20 minutes your heart rate will begin to go back to a normal level. Research says that the more times you try to quit, the better chances are that you will finally kick the habit, so keep trying and don’t give up on giving up smoking!

We want to know what your goals are, and what your plans are for the New Year.

If you are interested in a free consultation we may be able to help. Feel free to call or email us.

Phone: (657) 333-6061



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Mediterranean Diet Part 1


Diet Soda Dangers

Sports Bras

Injury Rehab

Remember that this information is for educational purposes only. Seek the advice of a health specialist before making any changes to your healthcare.