Travel Tips for the Holidays

I think we can all agree the holidays add a bit more stress. Friends and family, near and far, come together to break bread, celebrate and give thanks. Whether traveling by car or by plane, your seat on a seat will be involved. When positioning yourself in your chair of choice, there a few key points to keep in mind, so to keep your natural spinal curves aligned! First, the seat and back of the chair should be at appropriate height and angle to view the road ahead. To lessen the fatigue of your extensor or postural muscles, recline your chair to approximately 120 degrees instead of sitting straight up at 90 degrees. Next, gently lean forward and scoot your “sits bones” or ischial tuberositie

Help Us Help Our Veterans

At Maximum Wellness Chiropractic we are so THANKFUL for our soldiers and the freedom they help preserve. In observation of Veterans Day on November 11th, Maximum Wellness Chiropractic is hosting a Wellness Week from November 8-11th--offering an exchange of services for ALL new or established patients. We want to help our Veterans get the services they need to live the independent lives they have fought to have! For all NEW patients--Beginning Tuesday, November 1, 2016 and through the month of November 2016: For a $25 donation to Patriot PAWS Service Dogs we will exchange any necessary services including: Chiropractic Consultation, Physical Examination, Passive Therapies and Treatment.

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Maximum Wellness Chiropractic

Wimberley

Located at The Vineyards

13501 Ranch Road 12, Suite 111

Wimberley, Texas 78676

PH: 512-842-3046 | Fax: 877-640-5603

Tuesday-Thursday: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Friday: 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Saturday: 8:00 AM to 12:00PM

*closed 1st Saturday of each month 

We accept most major insurance providers and Medicare, as well as private and third party payers.

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In response to COVID-19 we ask that patients that have been running a fever over 100, coughing, or have shortness of breath to remain home until you have been symptom free for 48 hours. We ask this in order to reduce exposure to other patients, our healthcare team, and to the local community.