Please note that even though our governor has lifted the mask mandates in many places, he has not lifted it in healthcare settings as of March 2022. Warwick Chiropractic doctors, providers, and staff remain fully compliant with the current mask mandate and are wearing them in our office.
Patients are also required by this mask mandate from our governor to wear masks in our office.
We appreciate your help in complying with this mandate.
With the new lockdown measures in place, we once again wish to re-iterate Warwick Chiropractic & Massage’s commitment to a santitized and clean environment. We continue to implement all practices as noted below and follow CDC and state guidelines.
We are still a designated state essential service and will remain open to treat patients. We are committed to helping our patients out of pain and we are also committed to a safe and clean practice.
We are pleased to officially launch our TeleHealth services to help patients suffering with pain but unable to come in at this time.
With the continual changing COVID19 conditions, the safety of our patients, staff and doctors is our primary priority. With new information coming through every day, we adapt and change accordingly to ensure the continual safety and health of everyone associated in our practice.
Our Statement on COVID19
We at Warwick Chiropractic rely on guidance from both the national and local chiropractic associations, general healthcare organizations and CDC for guidance and to follow directions to ensure the highest level of care for everyone. Chiropractic care is viewed by the International Chiropractors Association as an essential healthcare service which encompasses treatments to help with a wide range of conditions. Chiropractic care helps the nervous system which in turn helps the body and provides an extra defense as part of your immune system.
Warwick Chiropractic & Massage remains open and committed to all our patients in order to provide these essential chiropractic services within our community. We aim to continue to help remove the burden of patients who will go to ER and urgent care for sickness issues and undertake the treatment of those with musculoskeletal conditions.
We continually monitor all recommendations established by the World Health Organization, the Center for Disease Control and state and local health departments. We will modify all protocols based on recommendations by these organizations and will adapt on a day by day basis based on COVID19 developments.
Our policy remains to keep our practice in line with all current recommendations, advice and guidelines from the aforementioned organizations. Our current protocols include those as described in this post but of course will be changed given any new developments.
As ever, we recommend patients also follow CDC guidelines and if you feel unwell, stay at home and seek medical advice.
At present, increased hygiene standards are the primary way to help reduce spreading the risk of infection.
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