We are as excited as you are to be able to serve our client’s physical therapy needs. That being said, COVID-19 is still a concern in our community, and as a responsible healthcare business, we want to ensure the health of our patients, therapists, and staff as our top priority. As such, several changes have been made to our clinic’s policies and procedures. Please take some time to read through the following and we will be happy to address any questions or concerns.
1.) Personal Protective Equipment
All therapists and staff in contact with patients/clients are required to wear a protective face covering as long as national and state social distancing standards are in place in order.
All patients are required to wear a mask prior to entering the building and for the duration of their treatment. If the patient has a medical exemption (of which they are required to reveal to their provider their past and current medical history that would qualify and affect treatment) they must be allowed to participate while providing a safe environment. (notable distancing, minimal equipment use, and interaction with other patients, cleaning and equipment before and after). If unable to accommodate PT to discuss how to best maximize their treatment in the safest manner (1 on 1 treatment, private treatment room session, telemedicine, etc.)
2.) Social Distancing and Treatment
In order to abide by 6 feet distancing guidelines from CDC, all therapists are adjusting their work environment (moving tables, spreading out patients and PT’s in clinic, etc) to comply. Patients will be asked to wait in their cars until exactly their appointment times so that social distancing in the waiting room can also be observed.
No more than 1 patient per PT at one time, in order to have enough room to properly distance. This means being observant of your time, and not overlapping sessions so we can help minimize the number of people that are here at once.
All equipment, tables, etc. in the clinic are cleaned before and after each patient use.
All therapists are required to wash/hand sanitize hands before and after touching any patient/equipment, as well as throughout the day at their discretion.
4.) Start of Visit Checklist
All therapists are required to wash/hand sanitize hands before and after touching any patient/equipment, as well as throughout the day at their discretion. Patients will utilize hand sanitizer inside the clinic prior to thier session.
We are the same team on the same mission. We have been working diligently to ensure that while we minimize contact and harm, we continue to maximize the experience. Our mission is to deliver an exceptional, individualized, and personalized physical therapy experience. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at email@example.com or call us at (307) 634-0298.