We are open! Update 05/17/2021
Following the guidelines for the CDC, World Health Organization and Washington State Department of Health we will continue to see patients who need therapy. Taking care of you is our most important goal.
In response to the new mask update from the CDC, President Biden, and our Governor, moving forward our policy is going to change a little and we will evolve as needed. Starting today Monday May 17th, 2021, masks are still going to be required upon entering the clinic for all vaccinated and non-vaccinated individuals. We are a healthcare clinic and have patients that are immunocompromised, and we want to keep our environment safe and healthy for those individuals.
That being said, in private therapist treatment rooms we will allow individuals who are vaccinated to remove their mask. This must be an agreed conversation between the vaccinated therapist and the vaccinated patient. If a therapist chooses to allow patients to be unmasked the therapist is responsible for letting the patient know that is only allowed in the closed treatment room. Outside of the room a mask must be worn, including in the gym areas, lobby and when leaving to return to their vehicle. It is the therapist’s responsibility to make sure the patient is vaccinated.
We will be opening up our lobby with a 3-person limit at all times. If you come to the door and see more than 3 people in the lobby you must remain outside or return to your vehicle. You can still call or text us when you arrive for your appointment, and we will let you know when you can come in for your scheduled appointment. Please be mindful of your appointment time do not arrive more than 15 minutes early to your appointment or we will ask you to wait in your vehicle.
We are excited that we can get to this point of unmasking for vaccinated individuals. We hope this will keep changing as COVID continues to get more under control.
We are offering Tele-health to patients who prefer to stay at home and still do therapy.
Patients who need therapy in the clinic:
- Post operative patients
- Patients with acute injuries
- Patients in critical need who would benefit more being in the clinic than doing a tele-health visit.
Patients who would benefit from a virtual therapy visit:
- Patients with underlying conditions
- Patients with compromised immune systems
- Patients who are currently sick
- Patients over 60
- If you have diabetes, lung disease or heart disease