April 3, 2020Our Physios are now wearing cloth masks throughout treatment hours, in compliance with the CDC’s voluntary recommendations. We remain vigilant in our distancing and cleaning procedures while continuing to provide care for new and existing Clients. Administrative staff continues to work from home to reduce the number of people in the offices.
March 26, 2020Please avoid the ERs & Urgent Care facilities! They need ALL of their resources for the Virus. We were able to keep a 74 year-old, high-risk woman out of the ER today, through a virtual consultation. If you are suffering with pain, we are available Mon-Thu for In-Person AND Virtual appointments.
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March 22, 2020Move Physio provides essential healthcare services for the community and will remain committed to serve through this trying time. We will help reduce the burden on ER and Urgent Care facilities by evaluating and treating most injuries in our meticulously clean and spacious clinics. If you know someone with pain or an injury, please encourage them to reach out to us before going to an overburdened facility. In addition to the Practices listed below, we will also be reducing staff to ONLY Physios. We will be keeping everyone else home, where they can handle all of our calls, texts, emails, faxes, billing and scheduling remotely. Physios will be assigned the responsibility of sanitizing all client areas throughout the day.
March 17, 2020YES we will still open, and see any Clients that are NOT displaying ANY flu-like symptoms. Our offices remain operating at a very low-risk. Here’s why: Our Regular, Everyday, Precautionary Practices:
- Being a low-volume, 1-on-1 provider
- Being a fanatically clean facility
- Use standard precautions and exemplary hygiene practices
- Fully sanitize all treatment surfaces with Hospital-grade Germicide before and after every use
- Sanitize and/or wash hands before and after working with every client
- Increasing frequency of professional cleaning services
- Assigning staff the task of sanitizing regularly handled areas (iPads, door knobs, chairs, etc) throughout the day
- Asking all staff and clients to stay home if feeling unwell
- Suggesting that higher-risk Clients wait in their vehicles if arriving early for appointments
- Separating treatment tables beyond the 6-foot “Social Spacing” recommendations
- Keeping over 6-feet between any Clients performing exercises/activities in our gym
- Treatment staff will be sanitizing ALL exercise equipment and surfaces used in the gym following any exercise/activity.