We Know This Is a Scary and Uncertain Time for Everyone As a Result of Covid-19, but We Don’t Want Your Health and Well-Being to Be Neglected As a Result.
Our Offices Remain Open by Adding Several Safety Measures to Keep Our Patients and Staff Safe:
- All staff, patients and providers are asked to wear masks while in the office.
- All staff, patients and providers temperatures are taken at the door as well as screening questions to determine risk of potentially having, developing or spreading COVID-19.
- Patients will be taken to an examination room as quickly as possible to limit amount of patients in the waiting room to maintain adequate social distancing. We ask any accompanying guests wait in their car unless the patient requires assistance with ambulating or communicating.
- Every examination room will be cleaned and disinfected between patients.
Telehealth visits are a wonderful way to keep in touch with your providers from the comfort of your own home or even on the go. If you do not feel safe or comfortable coming into the office, or if you have underlying medical conditions that place you at a higher risk, there is no need to cancel or postpone your regular check-ups. Let the office know if you would like a virtual visit with your provider.
Want a Telehealth Visit? Call us at (610) 954-9400 or contact us by email for an appointment.
Staying at Home?
Staying at home for weeks and months on end can be both mentally and physically devastating. Just because you are stuck at home, doesn’t mean you need to be stuck inside the house. Something as simple as taking walks or going for a bike ride can be good both for your mental and physical health. Try taking up a new hobby such as yoga or growing your own vegetable garden.
Remember to eat healthy foods and not too many snacks. Spring and summertime is a perfect time to start cooking healthy foods on your grill. Chronic pain symptoms can be exacerbated by prolonged periods of immobility as well as weight gain, so remember to keep moving. Still have a pain that just won’t go away? Many physical therapy facilities remain open and are taking proper social distancing precautions or even offering virtual physical therapy visits.