Clinic Safety Guidelines [last update 8/2/2020]
- Appointments will be spaced at least 15-30 minutes apart, and all appointments will keep time at best as possible
- Per recommendation from the Ohio Medical Board and the CDC wearing a mask is highly recommended and all patients will be provided a mask to wear upon arrival. If you have a mask, please bring it and wear it during your treatment. With the exception of the prone (face down) position, masks should be worn for the duration of the treatment
- All patients are asked to stop in the restroom prior to the start of their appointment in order to properly wash hands according to CDC procedure and guidelines (at least 20 seconds under warm water with soap)
- All patients will receive a symptom assessment upon arrival
- The treatment space will be thoroughly sanitized in between patients as well as at the start and end of the day
- The practitioner will wear a mask during all treatments and will undergo daily symptoms assessment during clinic hours
- The treatment table will be covered in one single sheet with covered pillow cases. If you need additional bedding to keep warm or for comfort please bring your own and launder at home
- The treatment space will provide an air purifier to help mitigate airborne pathogens and the filter will be checked and changed regularly
- All payments will be processed before the start of your appointment. Please have your payment ready upon arrival
- NOTE: In order to reduce possible exposure, we ask that you consider pre-paying for your appointment. However, we understand this may not work for everyone. Please read below for a list of our payment processing methods:
- Prepay via the personalized link included at the bottom of both your initial appointment confirmation email as well as your appointment reminder email
- Credit Card
A copy of the Ohio Medical Board Responsible RestartOhio Guidelines will be kept in our office, and regularly checked for updates. Please also read the following for additional information on how to protect yourself and others during the COVID-19 pandemic HERE.
Visit our website for a working list of resources related to COVID-19, infectious disease history and community care HERE.