COVID-19 and What Sports Rehabilitation Unlimited Is Doing
Updated: March 16, 2020
Disclaimer: Due to the rapidly changing situation, the information below may not be complete, accurate, and/or may have changed without notice. Please see List of Resources below for more information.
What has our practice done to make your appointments as safe as possible?
- Cleaning and disinfecting regularly. We have intensified our cleaning and disinfecting procedures of frequently touched surfaces.
- Following "Social Distancing" practices. We are conscious of patient spacing within our clinic whether they are exercising on a treatment table, riding a stationary bicycle or performing exercises in the "gym" area.
- We are educating our company staff about COVID-19. We regularly share with our staff information from trusted sources such as the World Health Organization (WHO), Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA).
- We recommend that patients use hand sanitizer and/or wash their hands:
- Before each treatment,
- After handling paperwork and/or touching any surfaces and/or therapy equipment, and
- Upon leaving our facility.
If I have shortness of breath, a cough, or a recent fever, should I come in for my regularly scheduled therapy session?
No, stay home if you are experiencing a cough or shortness of breath. Please notify your primary care physician as soon as possible. Any cancellation fee will be waived if you are unable to contact us within 24 hours of your scheduled appointment with us.
If you have had a fever, please wait 24-hours from the time your fever ended to attend a therapy treatment session at our office.
What should I do if I think I am sick?
- Stay home
- Avoid public areas and public transportation
- Practice social distancing
- Limit contact with pets & animals
- Call ahead before visiting your doctor
- Wear a facemask
- Cover your coughs & sneezes
- Clean your hands often
- Avoid sharing personal household items
- Clean all high-touch surfaces
- Monitor your symptoms
Please go to CDC website for additional information.
What should I do if I have been traveling recently?
If you were traveling outside the country or were on a cruise in the past 14 days:
- Monitor your health and limit interactions with others for 14 days after returning to the United States.
- If a case of COVID-19 was reported on your ship during the cruise, stay home during these 14 days and practice social distancing.
- Stay home if you feel sick with fever, cough, or have trouble breathing and call ahead before you seek medical care
- Seek medical advice. Call ahead before going to a doctor’s office or emergency room. Tell them about your recent travel and your symptoms.
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