PAIN RELIEF THERAPY IN VALLARTA

Pain Relief therapy in Puerto Vallarta

PAIN  MANAGEMENT THERAPY

            Electronic Muscle Stimulation, Ultrasound, TENS

Proven therapy and pain relief from Acute & Chronic pain, resulting in increased mobility and decreased dependence on medication and other invasive treatments

  • Sports Injuries/Tendonitis
  • Plantar Fasciitis/Heel Spurs/Achilles Tendon
  • Diabetic Ulcers and Neuropathy/Pressure Ulcers
  • Arthritis/Bursitis/Osteoarthritis
  • Passive Exercise of Injured Muscles
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Sciatica / Back Pain/Hip Dysplasia
  • Post-Surgical Pain Management
  • Degenerative Disc ad Joint Disease
  • Tennis Elbow/Golfers Elbow
  • Sinusitis/TMJ pain/Fibromyalgia
  • Biceps/Thigh/Muscle
  • Knee/Joint Pain
  • Post-Operative Soft Tissue Lesions
  • Gout

CONTACT DETAILS:

Helene at Cell: 322 131 5125 / Home: 223 113 0445

E-mail : biggee1474@gmail.com            ** Also available for House Calls

Grand Opportunity at the Grand Venetian

Grand Venetian

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The wonderful beachfront property at the Grand Venetian is available for rent.  This is one of the most spacious   2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condos in Puerto Vallarta with a very large balcony for enjoying the indoor outdoor living that Vallarta is famous for.  The view across Banderas Bay is stunning and the sunsets are spectacular.  Book early to secure this condo for your next vacation.

Mothers Day in Mexico

Mothers Day

This week we can look forward to Mothers Day in Puerto Vallarta on Friday 10 May and I am reminded of a past Mothers Day when I was living in a Mexican neighbourhood and my neighbour decided to organise a mariachi band to serenade his wife in celebration of Mothers Day.

How sweet – and indeed it was a wonderful thing to do, but what time does Mothers Day start?  Yes, it is midnight and right on cue the band arrived on the street and starting playing.  And in true Mexican style the neighbours all around got out of their beds and sat on their balconies for the hour and a half of wonderful mexican music.

Let us all remember and celebrate our mothers this Friday. And if you are lucky enough to be in Puerto Vallarta, I hope you also celebrate with wonderful music, food and friends.

Tourist office

  • SPECIAL OFFICE FOR FOREIGN VISITORS IN PV

    This is a highly significant move by the mayor and the police regarding tourist safety in Puerto Vallarta.

    Puerto Vallarta Opens Special Office for Foreign Visitors

    In an effort to further assist the foreign tourists who favor our destination season after season, the Puerto Vallarta municipality has opened the Oficina Municipal de Atención y Asistencia al Turista y Residente Extranjero (OAATRE), or Municipal Office to Attend and Assist Foreign Tourists and Residents. The office is conveniently located at Plaza Lázaro Cárdenas, in colonia Emiliano Zapata, and is staffed by specially trained, French- and English-speaking staff.
    Puerto Vallarta Mayor Ramón Guerrero was present at the opening ceremony, along with US and Canadian Consular Agents Kelly Trainor and Lyne Benoit, respectively. “What matters the most,” Guerrero commented, “is that we want foreign visitors to know that, when they visit Puerto Vallarta, they will have access to a support system that includes professional staff, ready and eager to ensure that their time spent here is truly spectacular.”
    The office is open 24-7. Should you need to reach the OAATRE by telephone, you can dial (322) 222-2224.

Oldtown Farmers Market – Puerto Vallarta

Oldtown Farmers Market Puerto Vallarta

Every Saturday morning from 9.30am to 2pm from November through to May the place to be is Basilio Badillo at the Oldtown Farmers Market where everything sold is grown, produced or made within a 50km radius.  Fresh berries, veges, pies and baking, jewelry and clothes, souvenirs, creams, remedies, liquors and much more.  Stroll at your leisure and stop in for a bite to eat at one of food options in ‘Nacho Daddys’.  Enjoy the street music and  the experience of just being here in Puerto Vallarta.

Oldtown Farmers Market

 

 

Green Flash Sunsets

  • Green Flash Sunsets

    Puerto Vallarta is famous for the sunsets and recently we have had some magnificent but elusive green flashes. Did you know the sun takes 2min and 37seconds to fall from the moment it touches the water until it is gone? Well now you do. And just at that last moment when the conditions are just right (with or without happy hour tequilas) and you are very lucky you will see the green flash. Make it a challenge on your next visit if you haven’t already seen one.

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Full Moon Silhouettes

Full Moon Silhouettes

From a lot further south than Puerto Vallarta click on the link below for a wonderful full moon silhouette filmed in New Zealand.

Moonrise over Mount Victoria Lookout in Wellington , New Zealand

The following statement came with the website with these magnificent images.
Our next-door-neighbour is an astro-photographer (when he isn’t working for Peter Jackson at Weta Workshop) and his short video of the full moon rising, in real time, a fortnight ago has also been posted by NASA. This has gone ‘viral’ and as a result he has been phone-interviewed by BBC, amongst others.  

Please click on the link and watch, I promise you a profound experience. 

Primavera en Puerto Vallarta

Springtime in Puerto Vallarta

  1. Primavera means springtime in Spanish and you know it is spring in Puerto Vallarta when you see the amazing primavera trees blooming their distinctive brilliant yellow flowers. There is a pink varierty also called Amapas but it is the golden Primavera that stands out so significantly. This picture showing the road leading into the Molino de Agua entrance reflects the beauty that surrounds us here in Puerto Vallarta.
    The sun is shining, the air is warm and the madness of Easter has receded.  A prefect time to plan your mid year vacation south.  Contact us here at Vallarta Rental Listings for your accommodation requirements.
    Photo: Primavera means springtime in Spanish and you know it is spring in Puerto Vallarta when you see the amazing primavera trees blooming their distinctive brilliant yellow flowers.  There is a pink varierty also called Amapas but it is the golden Primavera that stands out so significantly.  This picture  showing the road leading into the Molino de Agua entrance reflects the beauty that surrounds us here in Puerto Vallarta.