What we know about COVID-19
The effects of the virus are widespread and individuals can report a variety of symptoms, with an unpredictable severity of illness. Part of what makes COVID-19 so scary is this unpredictability. Research is emerging however, about just how effective social distancing and mask wearing are in slowing the spread. There are also additional measures that can be taken to slow it even further, and to keep the risk of exposure as low as possible for both practitioners and patients.
How has A Body In Motion responded?
During this time of crisis, we know that our patients still have physical goals and healthcare needs. The healthcare system shouldn’t be a scary place, which is why A Body in Motion is doing its part to ensure that you receive the safest and most personalized care without the fear of getting sick. We have made many changes to our intake process, protocols, and to our office space to keep both patients and practitioners safe during this time.
We are doing our part to make sure the office space is clean and safe prior to your arrival. Measures we are taking include:
Providing masks and hand sanitizer for all of our patients
Thoroughly cleaning and sanitizing all equipment and surfaces touched with hospital grade disinfectant between each patient
Running medical grade air purifiers in all treatment areas
Spacing out our appointments to reduce patient contact in our waiting area
Prevent soiled linens or PPE from coming in contact with clean linens or PPE
When not required by clinical practice, standing at least 6 feet from you at all times
Before your Visit…
We ask that you please reschedule your appointment if you have experienced any of the following in the past 14 days:
Cold or flu symptoms with or without fever
Loss of taste or smell
Been at a gathering of more than 6 people indoors (not including immediate family)
Have traveled out of state or country via airports
Have had a known or suspected exposure to Covid-19
Have had any visitors from out of state or country staying in your home who are symptomatic
Thank you for doing your part to help us keep both you, and our space safe. If you have any questions or concerns please let us know. The health and safety of our patients is paramount while providing care during this time.