We hope you and your family are staying healthy. At Great Moves, we are watching and updating our policies continuously to ensure your safety. We wanted to update you on what the new Colorado Stay at Home order means regarding your care at Great Moves. We are doing all we can to both flatten the curve and still provide the essential services as defined by regulatory agencies. Here is the outline of what that looks like:
- The Department of Homeland Security would like physical therapists to be available for patients who require care that is critical. If your condition will decline significantly, or you will be left with a permanent dysfunction if you do not access physical therapy services, you will still be seen at Great Moves. This is also ordered so people with acute physical therapy needs can access a physical therapist to triage, and stay out of primary care / urgent care / emergent care facilities. This unloads the burden on those first line providers, as well as decreases the risk for those seeking care. We are also working on using telehealth to continue to deliver care. We will have it up and running by the end of next week. Please call if you wish to try a telehealth appointment.
- Massage therapy has been suspended by DORA (Department of Regulatory Agencies) and is expected to resume after April 30, 2020.
- Fitness training has been suspended in person until at least April 11th, but can continue virtually. Please call us if you would like to do a ‘virtual workout.’
If you do access care in person at the clinic, we are following the CDC guidelines to ensure your safety. If you, or a member of your household, has travelled on a plane, been in a restricted area in the past 14 days, we ask that you stay home. If you are sick, or showing any signs of illness, was also ask that you stay home. We look forward to caring for you once that time has passed. A telehealth visit will soon be an option, so do not hesitate to reach out if you need us.
When you arrive at the clinic, we will take your temperature. We are sanitizing all surfaces in the clinic and staying 6 feet apart. If you have a cough or runny nose, but do not have a fever, we will ask you to wear a mask to protect those around you. We have enough space in the general areas for social distancing.
As a small business, we are caring for our employees, and will do all we can to ensure their fiscal needs. We will still go by our motto, “getting better every day,” and hope that you can do the same. We truly look forward to seeing all of you, in person, once it’s deemed safe to do so. In the meantime, we wish you all the best.
Please call with any other questions or concerns.
All our best,
-The Great Moves Team