Chronic pain, recovering from surgery, or a sports related injury? We will work together to get you back to your life.
Recent updates to how the virus is spreading shows that wearing a mask may be the most preventative measure you can take.
Stay 6 feet away from another person in public. No gatherings over 10 people.
COVID-19 is spread by water droplets that have been coughed or sneezed out by an infected person. The virus can live on surfaces. Wash your hands frequently or sanitize if you do not have soap and water available.
Sneeze or cough into the crook of your elbow to avoid spreading droplets on surfaces and other people.
Many people are at home now, working in the yard and doing home maintenance. Injuries are still happening. Many of these injuries are minor and musculo/skeletal in nature. If you get injured, you have direct access to physical therapy. By coming directly to a physical therapist you will be reducing the load on ER, Urgent Care and Primary Care health care workers. You are also avoiding crowds and sick patients.
*Some injuries will require visits to your Doctor or to the ER. Contact your doctor or call the office if you aren't sure if your injury can be treated by a physical therapist.
Telehealth or virtual visits. (see the "TELEHEALTH" page for more information)
1 patient at a time visits.
No waiting in a crowded waiting room.
Cleaning and sanitizing all surfaces after each patient, as usual.
Washing and sanitizing hands during treatment and between patients, as usual.
Screening patients for symptoms prior to their appointments and cancelling or rescheduling as necessary.