Precautions to Minimize Exposure to Patients/Clinic
Wear Masks (Statewide mandatory mask order)
Wear a mask, continue social distancing and frequent hand washing.
Research shows that people who have no symptoms can spread COVID-19. Wearing a non-medical face mask helps minimize the spread of the virus. Instructions for making homemade masks can be found at the Colorado Mask Project.
- Be clean and in good repair.
- Fit snugly, but comfortably against the side of the face.
- Be secure.
- Include multiple layers of fabric.
- Allow for breathing without restriction.
- Be able to be laundered and machine dried.
- Be on the wearer’s face.
- Be laundered on a daily basis.
Masks should not:
- Have anything hanging off the facial covering that would create a food safety hazard.
- Have holes or tears.
- Masks should not be shared with others.
- Be worn under the nose or chin.
Social distancing combined with the mask and hand washing before/after contact continues to be the recommended best way to avoid the novel coronavirus.
We are currently remaining open on a limited schedule to treat patients with essential health care needs.
We are taking extra precautions and complying 100% with recommendations provided by the CDC to help minimize the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Our goal is 100% ability to provide a safe environment in our clinic and that means:
- Every patient entering the suite will be required to wash their hands with soap and water before and after their session, use of paper towel to dry and access to sanitizer.
- Providing an environment in which you can keep your distance 6 feet from others.
- Continuing our own practice of washing hands before and after we treat and using disinfectant to wipe down any equipment or treatment areas. Front office is wiped down in between all visitors throughout the day.
- Staggering our schedules in order to decrease the number of people in the clinic.
If you have had potential exposure or have traveled from a place with increased cases, don’t hesitate to err on the side of caution and cancel your appointment.
If you have a flare up of allergies or flu like symptoms, running nose, itchy eyes, coughing, don’t hesitate to err on the side of caution and cancel your appointment.
If you have any health concerns such as respiratory problems, or are in any higher risk group please do not come in for therapy.
We are not using our late cancel policy during this time, therefore you can cancel at any time.
If you have been diagnosed with COVID-19 or are under quarantine due to the virus some options are available such as telehealth visits. Please contact the office and we will be happy to discuss these options with you.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to Ashleigh either via email or phone.