Aviva Family Chiropractic
3 Tips when Relocating to Puerto Rico
Updated: Dec 5, 2022
Have you taken the jump and relocated to Puerto Rico? Many families are moving to the beautiful island of Puerto Rico. The relocation process can come with wonderful new experiences, and also some challenging ones. Relocating can bring both physical and mental challenges, that is why it is great to keep in mind some helpful tips to ease the process and remember you are not alone.
1. Embrace the beautiful island of Puerto Rico and its many treasures
After you are settled in, it's time to explore! Puerto Rico is full of culture, history and beautiful natural wonders.
• Check out local calendars for events, farmers markets, and festivals.
• Make time for play! Visit the many beaches and learn surfing, paddle boarding or snorkeling
• Visit El Yunque Rainforest, great for hiking and exploring waterfalls
Remember to stay hydrated and replenish electrolytes especially in the hotter summer months, as you adjust to the new climate.
2. Build community
Relocating is exciting but being away from family and friends can take a toll. It is easy to get stuck in a cycle of remembering how it is back home and forgetting to make time for new connections.
• Try making new connections by joining online groups, such as Facebook
• Look for facilities offering classes in your favorite hobbies or sports
• Get outdoors, go for walks or exercise 20 minutes a day to boost your mood and to meet locals or become familiar with your neighborhood
• Practice Spanish, there are many great apps available and practicing a language can help keep your brain's cognitive functions healthy
Remember building a new community can take time, be gentle with yourself and take time to connect back home with FaceTime, phone calls or sending letters by mail.
3. Schedule a visit with Aviva Family Chiropractic in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Establishing new connections for medical services in Puerto Rico can be challenging after relocating. We try to make it easy and convenient at Aviva Family Chiropractic by offering our services in English or Spanish and by using an easy online appointment booking system. After moving, you may be in need of a Chiropractic Adjustment, Massage, Assisted Stretch or Chiropractic House Call. Learn more about the services we offer and we look forward to welcoming you warmly!
• Book a New Patient Visit, our chiropractor will review your health history and provide spinal adjustments to help correct any misalignment or discomfort you experienced from unpacking and settling into your new home. Our Chiropractic office is near San Juan metro communities Miramar, Condado, Santurce, and Isla Verde.
• Try Assisted Stretch, Relieve stress, increase mobility and flexibility, improve circulation, and increase energy by booking an Assisted Stretch session. Learn more about the benefits of assisted stretching
• No car? No problem, we can come to you! We offer Chiropractic House Calls to San Juan, Dorado, Rio Grande and Palmas Del Mar Humacao.
Have you moved to Puerto Rico and are looking for a San Juan Chiropractor near you?
If you’re looking for natural ways to regain mobility and live a pain-free, active lifestyle, make an appointment to meet with Dr. Tomey, San Juan Chiropractor. Dr. Tomey has experience serving a wide range of patients in need of chiropractic care. Find a natural way to regain your mobility and experience pain relief so you can get back to the things you enjoy!
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