COVID-19 Procedures

The health and safety of our patients and team are our top priorities. With the developments in the spread of COVID-19, we wanted to explain the steps we are taking to protect our patients, team, and our community:

We keep up to date with the latest infection control guidelines and use universal precautions in the clinic and are committed to following the latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO) and the Texas Department of Health and Social Services to help prevent the spread of illness in Texas.

  • We focus on the utmost cleanliness of our reception area and treatment rooms, and have increased our surface sanitization of tables, chairs, door knobs and bathroom faucet handles etc throughout the day.
  • Treatment rooms and tables are fully sanitized between each patient.
  • Doctors and therapists wash their hands or utilize hand sanitizer between each patient visit.
  • Employees are staying home when sick. Any employee who is sick at work is sent home.
  • All staff members have their temperature checked prior to the work day and is practicing self-hygiene including hand and arm washing after and before each patient.
  • Only patients will be allowed into treatment rooms and the therapy area unless there are special circumstances approved by the Doctors.
  • If you or a family member is currently experiencing any cold or flu-like symptoms (fever, body aches, sore throat, runny nose, cough, upper respiratory issues) please contact our office to reschedule your appointment and seek medical attention by first calling your primary care provider or the local Emergency Room.

We also ask that you wait in your car instead of the waiting room, please notify us that you’ve arrived and we will get you when the doctor is ready for you.

Patients Staying Informed and Healthy:

  • Follow the CDC, WHO, Texas recommendations and mandates.
  • Practice social distancing: Avoid gathering in groups of 10 people or more, maintain a 6 foot distance between other people, avoid going to the grocery store during peak hours.
  • Get outside! We are lucky to live in such a beautiful state with access to so much space!
  • Eat well balanced meals and exercise.
  • Social distancing does not mean social isolation: Check in on friends and relatives by calling, FaceTiming, or other social media.
  • We encourage everyone to stay informed and follow the recommendations of local health authorities.