COVID-19 UPDATE FROM
THE HIVE CHIROPRACTIC CENTER
We are open. Chiropractic is listed as one of the Healthcare and Public Health Operations under the Safer at Home order. You are allowed to travel to receive chiropractic treatment. We are available to continue serving your family’s health needs and are currently exempt from any mandated closures. We will continue to monitor the situation and government announcements and keep you posted if anything changes.
We are taking additional precautions to ensure the health and safety of our patients and staff including, but not limited to:
- Disinfecting tables between every patient
- Wearing masks with extra filtration when requested
- Spacing patient visits to 1 person every 15 minutes. If you need more time in the office or would prefer to be seen outside of normal office hours, please contact us
- Washing/sanitizing hands between patient interactions
- Encouraging all patients to fill out paperwork online to reduce time in-clinic
- Removing almost all toys from play areas and frequently sanitizing those that remain
- Encouraging all patients who feel ill with any of the COVID-19 symptoms to stay home and see medical attention
- Only scanning for new / active care patients and sanitizing equipment before and after
- Thermal testing of any patient who has recently been to a moderate risk area and requiring patients from high risk areas to reschedule at least 14 days symptom free in the future
Updated Hours during this time:
- M: 7am-10:30am, 2:30pm-6:30pm
- T: 2:30pm-6:30pm
- W: 8:15am-10:30, 2:30pm-6:30pm
- Th: 2:30pm-6:30pm
- F: 7am – 12pm
In addition we would like to remind patients that if you feel uncomfortable going into the hospital environment for non-emergency situations, we are here to help consult on the health of your family including: addressing ear aches, acute injuries, headaches from poor ergonomics due to your new “at home” work/school space, low back pain, anxiety or high stress, watery eyes/sneezing due to seasonal allergies, blood pressure readings, . etc.
Once again, if you feel like you have symptoms including fever, a dry cough, unexplained difficulty breathing, or fatigue, please consult your nearest hospital. The CDC has issued these guidelines if you think you have COVID-19.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call or message us.