Patient Newsletter – February 2022

At Omega Health & Wellness, we’re dedicated to helping our patients feel better and live happier, more fulfilling lives. As part of that mission, each month we’ll provide a dose of the latest news, important announcements, and expert guidance straight to your inbox. Have questions or want to schedule an appointment? Contact us today! 


Celebrating Our Patients

Earlier this month we celebrated National Patient Recognition Week, which emphasizes the experiences and wellness journeys of patients rather than healthcare workers. It’s also a week where healthcare workers recommit to ensuring patient satisfaction.

While the week has since ended, your OHW team is dedicated to continuing to offer the very best possible service for our patients!

Blog: Everyday activities exacerbating your back pain & three to soothe inflammation

It’s time to take stock of your weekday routine – How quickly do you get moving in the morning after waking up? How long is your commute? What do you do to unwind after work? The answers to these simple questions can easily be used to estimate the health of your back.  Click here to see the full list. 

The Omega Health & Wellness Blog is packed with info on the latest company news and resources to keep you feeling your best – VISIT


From Our Social: Groundhog Day

According to a certain groundhog, the U.S. is in for a few more weeks of winter. Here in the Sunshine State, we have sunnier skies in the forecast. If you scrolled past our social media post earlier this month, we hope you enjoyed a good laugh.

Visit our Facebook page to see more content like this, connect with the Omega Health & Wellness team, see exclusive behind-the-scenes photos, and let us know how we’re doing.  

COVID-19: Why vitamin D levels may be key

Having sufficient levels of Vitamin D is important for promoting healthy bones and teeth. Too little of it has links to diabetes, autoimmune, cardiovascular, and infectious diseases. Among these is COVID-19. 

A new study that considers pre-infection vitamin D levels confirms their link to severe COVID-19. Click here to read the full article.

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