COVID-19 Update From Craig Ranch Chiropractic

COVID-19 Update

Essential Healthcare Service Statement

Please know that the safety of you, our patients, as well as our staff and doctors is our priority. We understand that, as we continue to learn new information everyday about COVID-19, we know you are concerned and have had every facet of your life effected by this novel virus.

As we navigate this situation, Craig Ranch Chiropractic is relying on guidance from national and state chiropractic associations and healthcare organizations. Many, including the Texas Board of Chiropractic and the International Chiropractors Association, view chiropractic care as an essential healthcare service.

Therefore, our office is open, and we are committed to providing the chiropractic care that you have come to rely on. We know many of you will continue to have healthcare needs that can be helped with chiropractic care, and we feel a responsibility to you, our patients.

We are monitoring recommendations and guidelines established by various organizations including the World Health Organization (WHO), the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as state and local health departments. We will continue to communicate our policy changes with you as the COVID-19 circumstances develop.

Policy

We have increased cleaning protocols within the office.

We observe ‘social distancing’ as we minimize the number of patients and staff in the office at any one time. While we typically accept walk-in patients, we ask that during this critical time, you schedule an appointment so that we can better manage and serve our patients.

We ask that if you have traveled, been exposed to someone with COVID-19, have a fever (even low grade) or have had within the last 72 hours, or feel unwell that you do not come into the office.

Patient Support

We urge patients follow guidelines issued by the CDC, and if you are feeling unwell, please stay at home and minimize contact with others. If you are have symptoms of COVID-19, please contact your primary physician or go to the ER.

As of now, routine measures are suggested for the prevention of viruses. Wash your hands frequently, cough into the crook of your elbow or a tissue (and immediately throw the tissue away), stay 6 feet away from others.

Resources

Follow the links below to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:

Follow the links below to the World Health Organization:

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