UPDATE AS OF 4/28/2020

In accordance with Governor Polis's Executive Order D 2020 045, and Boulder County's extension of its Stay-at-Home order, elective medical procedures are allowed to be resumed. We are currently scheduling all patients.

To follow the guidelines posted by Boulder County, patients MUST wear a mask or cloth face covering, please remember to bring your own. In addition, anyone exhibiting COVID-like symptoms will be refused treatment; we will be taking patient temperatures before the adjustment.

The in-office procedures below still apply.

In-office Covid-19 procedures as of 3/19/2020, updated 5/19/2020

 

In a response to Covid-19, and in an effort to be transparent with our patients and community, we are making some guidelines of how our office is adapting to the situation. This is subject to change at any time as new information for best practices become available.

We are monitoring the Covid-19 situation closely, and are limiting the exposure for ALL our patients, visitors, and staff. In an abundance of caution, we have actively put the following clinical protocols in place for protection:

 

Patients

  • Patients must wear at least a cloth face covering at all times

  • We are limiting the amount of patients in the office at the same time by:​

    • Restricting the waiting room to 1 patient at a time

      • Asking patients to be exactly on time for their appointment

      • Asking patients to call as they arrive to make sure the waiting room is clear

  • Conducting symptom check for all patients, declining to provide services to anyone who has symptoms and referring them to their primary care physician

Staff

  • Staff must wear a mask

  • Limiting number of doctors in the office to one at a time

  • Outside the office, staff is practicing physical distancing

  • Wash hands after any patient interaction

 

Office

  • Professional sanitization of the office once per week

  • Cleaning treatment tables and common surfaces after every patient with either bleach or rubbing alcohol, depending on the surface

  • Alternating patients between the two treatment rooms

  • Providing contactless payment options 

  • Continuing to maintain 6 feet separation between clients and patients, when not directly performing service

  • Appropriately schedule patients, so that providers have sufficient time to ensure rooms, equipment, and hands can be cleaned and disinfected between each patient

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