Updated Policies & Procedures
We are open and operating normally.
Our staff is taking extra steps to ensure the cleanliness of the clinic space. You may notice some changes that we have implemented to protect our patients and staff.
Below are the new policies and procedures that we will be following to ensure the health and safety of our staff and you, our valued clients and friends:
STAFF POLICIES AND PROCEDURES:
- All employees of Aspen Rehab will wear masks while in the office. Clinical staff will wear gloves when performing manual therapy with a patient. Patients may, of course, request to avoid manual therapy if that is their preference.
- All staff will be screened daily on entering the clinic (temperature and symptom screen).
- Staff will continue our rigorous hand-washing and sanitizing procedures.
- All treatment tables and equipment will be cleaned between each patient and high-touch surfaces will be cleaned multiple times during the day. A professional cleaning also occurs at the end of each business day.
- We will continue to take advantage of our multiple private rooms as requested or as necessary.
PATIENT POLICIES AND PROCEDURES :
- Your temperature will be taken on entry and you may answer a short series of health screening questions. If you have any respiratory or gastrointestinal symptoms or other signs of illness on the day of your appointment, we would expect that you call our office and reschedule for a time when you are feeling entirely better.
- Patients will be required to wear a mask or other face covering (which they must supply themselves) immediately upon entering and during the entirely of their rehab session.
- Purell your hands immediately on entry to the clinic. We invite you to bring a supply of your own, though we do have multiple stations where Purell is available for use during your rehab session.
- Our waiting area will be kept completely empty of any guests or visitors that are not active patients.
- We ask that patients do NOT enter the clinic early for their appointment. Patients may wait safely in their car until their appointment time, and then they may enter the building.
We look forward to caring for all of our patients in need, and thank you for your patience and understanding as we implement these new safety procedures. The safety of all patients, employees and the community at large must continue as our top priority.
With deep gratitude,