Covid 19 Update
Given the current circumstances related to Covid-19 and the safety measures taken by our governor, Inspire Physical Therapy is adapting to offer the best care to our patients.
As part of the healthcare sector, Physical Therapy is considered an essential business. Physical therapists play an important role in the health and well-being of our patients and the communities we serve.
The department of homeland security and the state have listed Physical Therapists as essential providers. Per homeland security, physical therapists have a special responsibility to maintain their normal work schedule. Physical therapists are essential in flattening the curve of the COVID-19 pandemic. They play a key role in keeping people they can help out of the doctor offices and ERs. This will not only free up the medical teams to treat those impacted by COVID-19, but also limit the exposure of those seeking the care of the physical therapist.
Inspire PT will remain open for business and is accepting new patients during limited business hours of operation. We hope that by providing this information, you can make a clear decision to continue your plan of care with us during this time.
At this juncture, we are still seeing patients that need hands-on treatments in our clinic. In order to ensure the safety of our patients and our personal, we put certain measures in place:
Prior to your appointment please:
Do Not Enter Clinic if you have a fever or have been feverish in the past 24 hours.
Do Not Enter Clinic if you have been in contact with a COVID-19 family member, friend, or acquaintance
Do not Enter Clinic if you are having symptoms of COVID-19 or other illness such as rash, GI disturbances, etc.
Wash hands (if able) prior to your appointment in the washrooms next door to the clinic.
Make sure you have completed the COVID attestation form sent to you with your intake.
During your appointment:
Wear a mask at all times during our treatment, following CDC requirements. If you do not have one, we have one to give you, just wait in the waiting room.
Observe social distancing with other patients if there is any in the waiting room.
All patients must have their temperature checked, either at home before appointment or at clinic by Robin. This will be documented in your chart.
We want to limit the amount of people in the clinic so please, if possible, only 1 chaperone per patient, no siblings.
New Telehealth Appointments:
We understand that our patients still need to continue or start rehabilitation for injuries to keep them moving and functioning symptom-free during the shelter-in-place restrictions. While we are still seeing patients in the clinic, we are pleased to now offer Telehealth appointments online from the comfort of your own home.