Shockwave Therapy in Wellington, FL.
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Unlock the Benefits of Shockwave Therapy
In the heart of Palm Beach County, Back To Mind brings you the future of non-invasive therapeutic techniques with revolutionary shockwave therapy in Wellington, FL. A state-of-the-art solution, shockwave therapy is changing the way we approach rehabilitation and pain management, offering many benefits including promoting regeneration and reparative processes in the bones, tendons, and soft tissue.
At Back To Mind, we specialize in providing bespoke shockwave therapy services that are unique to your needs, ensuring that you receive the best care and attention throughout your healing journey in Palm Beach County. Our expert team, led by highly qualified professionals, uses the latest technologies and methodologies, ensuring that you experience a treatment that is not only effective but also compassionate and comprehensive.
To discuss how our shockwave therapy services can benefit you, feel free to reach out to us at 954-986-4559.
Why Choose Shockwave Therapy at Back To Mind?
Choosing Back To Mind for your shockwave therapy in Wellington, FL, means choosing excellence and dedication. We stand as a beacon of innovative therapeutic solutions in Palm Beach County, constantly updating and improving our practices to provide services that are not only in line with the latest medical advancements but also tailored to meet your individual needs and expectations.
Our shockwave therapy services are focused on delivering non-invasive, high-efficiency treatments to enhance your body’s natural healing processes. This revolutionary treatment has been widely recognized for its effectiveness in dealing with chronic pain, improving circulation, and promoting cell regeneration, which makes it a choice treatment at Back To Mind.
Conveniently located in Wellington, FL, Back To Mind is committed to providing you with an environment that fosters healing and relaxation. Contact us today at 954-986-4559 to schedule an appointment and take the first step towards a pain-free life.
Discover a New Realm of Healing in Palm Beach County
At Back To Mind, we’re not just about treating symptoms; we aim to treat the person as a whole. Our shockwave therapy services in Wellington, FL, are designed to open new realms of healing possibilities, improving your overall quality of life. Our approach goes beyond traditional methods, focusing on holistic improvement and utilizing advanced technologies to foster natural healing and wellness.
In the serene locales of Palm Beach County, our facility stands as a testament to our commitment to your health and well-being. Our shockwave therapy sessions are more than just treatments; they are experiences that aim to substantially improve your physical condition, helping you regain mobility, reduce pain, and enhance your life’s quality.
Experience the exceptional care and revolutionary shockwave therapy treatments at Back To Mind, where we guide you through a transformative healing journey in the heart of Wellington, FL. Unlock your body’s full potential and discover new paths to wellness and recovery with us.
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In the 1950s, Charles Oliver Wellington, an accountant from Massachusetts, purchased about 18,000 acres (73 km2) of central Palm Beach County swampland located south of Florida State Road 80 (locally known as Southern Boulevard) and west of U.S. Route 441. Wellington named the property Flying Cow Ranch, due to his other occupation as an aviator and his initials spelling the word “cow”. The ranch became protected against floodwaters from the Everglades after the United States Army Corps of Engineers constructed a levee to south of the property between 1952 and 1953. Following his death in 1959, his son Roger inherited the property. The family sold 1,200 acres (4.9 km2) at $300 per acre to Arthur William “Bink” Glisson, Charles’ agent. Glisson sold the land for $1,000 per acre within the following several months. Many other farmers began purchasing or leasing portions of the Flying Cow Ranch in the 1960s. About 2,000 acres (8.1 km2) were used for growing strawberries at one point, which was claimed to be the largest strawberry patch in the world.
After Roger Wellington sold 7,200 acres (29 km2) of land to developer Jim Nall of Fort Lauderdale in 1972, the Palm Beach County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a proposal by the Acme Drainage District for the area to become a planned unit development. Among the first projects included the development of 150 acre (0.61 km2) Lake Wellington and the construction of a golf course, a country club, and residential neighborhoods. Following acquisition of the project in the late 1970s by Gould Florida Inc., the company built the International Polo Club Palm Beach and the Aero Club, a neighborhood with a private airpark. The area’s first official population count occurred during the 1980 Census, when Wellington was defined as a Census-designated place. A total of 4,622 people lived there at the time. Wellington functioned as a sprawling bedroom community with few shopping centers or restaurants until the 1990s.
A vote for incorporation of the village of Wellington was held on November 7, 1995, with 3,851 votes in support and 3,713 votes in opposition, a margin of just 138 votes. Wellington officially became a village on December 31, 1995, as a state revenue sharing program required it to exist in 1995 in order to be eligible for funding in 1996. The village became Palm Beach County’s 38th municipality and the ninth most populous city in the county at the time, with approximately 28,000 residents. The first village council elections were held on March 12, 1996. None of the candidates for any of the five seats secured a majority of the votes, forcing runoffs to be held on March 26. The first elected village council members were Paul Adams, Michael McDonough, Tom Wenham, Carmine Priore, and Kathy Foster. Two days later, the council held its first meeting and selected Foster for mayor, Priore for vice mayor, and Colin Baenziger for village manager.Learn more about Wellington.