Expectations of Patients
Since the beginning of March, Corrective Chiropractic has taken major precautions and we ask our clients to follow the new protocols to protect everyone.
We will have you begin with a survey asking these questions, and if any are YES, we kindly ask you to reschedule to properly quarantine yourself:
- Have you in the last 14 days traveled to any current country or region of outbreak or been exposed to anyone at risk or sick with COVID-19 to your knowledge?
- Do you have any of the following: cough, bronchitis, respiratory infection, sore throat, fever, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, sever fatigue, shortness of breath?
Followed by the survey, we have hand sanitizer, hand washing station, or gloves if you prefer, to make sure you stay well sanitized. Please avoid touching your face, or any other surfaces as we would like to ensure the safest experience possible.
All of our chairs are within 6-feet and we have significantly limited the number of patients in our office at once. We also ask that all patients avoid bringing any guests or family members in the office and ask they wait in the car.
Our hours extended to accommodate all of our patients and if you have any other requests, please do not hesitate to reach out.
Expectations from Our Doctors
The doctors at Corrective Chiropractic are taking supreme measures to ensure the safest experience possible for their clients as well as themselves. Between each patient, doctors are instructed to wash their hands for at least 20 seconds to ensure they have cleaned all parts of their hand and can wear one-time use gloves, if requested by a patient.
All of our equipment is wiped down before and after each treatment and the face paper is cleaned between each client. If a client requests, they can bring their own towels from home to use during their visit to lie on.
We understand our chiropractic is mostly hands one, which is why we have worked to adjust the way we work with our clients. We have worked to reduce close face-to-face interactions and reduced the extremely close techniques.
For more information, please visit our information page or for other updates on COVID-19, please visit the CDC and WHO sites.