Appointment Guidelines

The safety of our customers and staff is our primary concern. We will continue to monitor the status of COVID-19 in our community and follow the recommendations of the CDC and local governments to do our part in providing a safe space for all of our patients. In addition to regular cleaning and sanitization, the following guidelines will be implemented for all appointments:

How we are putting your safety first:

  • Daily temperature screenings of all staff members
  • All staff members will be wearing masks and protective eye wear
  • All staff members will wash their hands upon arrival & frequently throughout the day
  • We will provide plastic bins for patients to put their belongings for use during appointments
  • All surfaces will be thoroughly sanitized after every appointment
  • UV light sanitization will be used for surfaces that cannot be wiped
  • All linens in treatment rooms will be washed, whether used or unused
  • Scheduling appointments with less frequency to minimize contact with other patients and allowing for proper sanitization
  • Removal of all magazines and unnecessary high-touch items

How you can help:

  • Call to schedule your appointment before coming to the office
  • Complete the required consent form prior to your appointment
  • Call our office from the parking lot prior to entering to help minimize contact with other patients
  • All patients must wear a mask or face covering to enter the office
  • Please come unaccompanied to your appointment and limit your personal belongings
  • All patients will wash their hands upon arrival and will be given gloves to wear during the duration of their appointment
  • All patients will have their temperature taken at each appointment. If your temperature is above 99.6° F, you will be asked to reschedule
  • If you or anyone you may have had recent contact with is experiencing the following symptoms, you will be asked to reschedule your appointment:
    • Fever, chills, muscle pain, body aches, headache, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing