The Office Will Reopen on Friday, May 22nd
Please watch the video below for more information on the new health and safety measures that will be in place,
changes to our scheduling policies and information about our new financial hardship program that will be in place
When we reopen on May 22nd, the following measures will be in place:
Health and Safety Measures
- Pre-screening everyone before they come into the office. Anyone experiencing shortness of breath, a dry cough, sore throat, a fever or chills or if you, or someone in your house, is awaiting the results of a COVID-19 test will have to have your appointment rescheduled for another time.
- Face masks or some type of face covering must be worn by everyone while you're here in the office to minimize transmission risk probability.
- Temperature checks for everyone when they come into the office. Anyone with a temperature above 100 degrees will have to have their appointment rescheduled for another time.
- Reinforcing social distancing guidelines by removing half of the chairs in our waiting room, having an acrylic shield at our front desk and minimizing up-close interactions with our patients both before and after you get adjusted.
- Cleaning and disinfecting our treatment tables and equipment after each patient and cleaning and disinfecting the various surfaces here in the office, our waiting room chairs as well as common touch points on an every half hour basis.
- Exercising proper, and frequent, hand washing with either soap and water or hand sanitizer, which we will have plenty of on hand. We also recommended that all of our patients coming in wash their hands or use hand sanitizer both before and after your treatment.
Scheduling Policy Changes and Modified Office Hours
In addition to the above health and safety measures that will be in place, changes will also be made to our office's scheduling policies. In line with maximizing the health and safety of our staff and our patients and minimizing all risks associated with the coronavirus, we will be allowing additional time between appointments to clean and disinfect our adjusting tables, our equipment and our office. These changes in our scheduling policy will allow us maintain CDC social distancing guidelines, minimizing your up-close interactions before and after you get adjusted and keeping everyone moving smoothly in and out of the office. The last thing that are trying to do is back our waiting room up with people.
Also, the office will have modified office hours while the current stay-at-home order remains in place for Bucks County. Once the stay-at-home order for Bucks County is lifted, we will then return to our normal weekly hours posted here on our website.
Financial Hardship Payment Program
The effects of the coronavirus over these past few weeks is something that has many many people extremely hard financially. Many have been laid off, furloughed or have had their work hours cut back dramatically. Many of our patients were coming in on a regular basis to stay on top of their pain, conditions and injuries and now, on top of people hurting financially, with our office being closed these past few weeks, many are now hurting physically as well.
This hardship plan is our way of helping those who've been hit hard financially to be able to come in, get the treatment you need and get some relief while allowing some additional time to pay your balance down.
We're Here For You
While we are excited to finally be back, we are all well aware that getting back out and reopening as a whole is a process that has many people wary. However, we hope that seeing all the measures that we are taking here to maximize your health and safety and minimize transmission risks of this virus can help put you all more at ease about coming back in.
If you have any questions or concerns about any of the information discussed here, please call us
at (215) 788-3608 and we will be happy to go over any questions or concerns that you may have