Important information: COVID-19 and your Chiropractic care:
As all of us work to limit the spread and impact of COVID-19 on our community, we at Miller Chiropractic, LLC want you to know that your health and safety are our top priority.
We are carefully listening to the guidance being provided by local and national leaders and health authorities to keep our patient, staff, and community safe and healthy, while minimizing disruptions to the chiropractic care you and your family need.
At Miller Chiropractic, LLC, we will remain open to serve the needs of you and your family during this time. However, we will be taking advanced precautions to keep our environment safe for patients and staff and we ask for you to become informed about COVID-19. Please review the information below.
Please feel free to contact us at anytime.
What Miller Chiropractic is doing to combat COVID-19
The protocols and policies that Miller Chiropractic uses to combat diesease spread have always been in place. All safety measures that we have followed for 25 years continue through this crisis. We will continue to:
1. Comply with current Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) hand hygiene guidelines. We will be washing our hands and using hand sanitizer before, during ,and after patient treatments.
2. Use medical grade disinfectants on all surfaces throughout the office. Face paper will continue to be changed between every patient and the treatment tables will be wiped down with medical grade disinfectants between uses.
3. Wipe down commonly touched surfaces with medical grade disinfectant frequently throughout the day, as well as the beginning and end of office hours. These surfaces include door handles, light switches, tables, counters, and chairs.
To combat the spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) we will be doing the following:
1. Toys, magazines, and food will be removed from the office until further notice.
2. We will be encouraging those who have traveled anywhere within the past two weeks or have been showing signs of being sick to stay home.
3. There will never be more than 10 people in the office at one time until the government mandate is removed.
What patients can do:
1. Engage in frequent handwashing. Wash hands for 20 seconds under warm water with antimicrobial soap after any contact with surfaces.
2. Avoid touching one's face, cough/sneeze into an elbow or tissue.
3. Please stay home if you have traveled anywhere (including the U.S.) in the last two weeks. Stay home if you are showing signs of being sick, or have come in contact with a person who may be sick.
4. Please educate your self on COVID-19 and what needs to be done to control the virus. Be aware of the news but please be aware not feed into the fear mongering that is occurring.
5. For more information, please click this link: COVID-19