In light of COVID-19, FlySpace Physical Therapy will be increasing the intensity of cleaning efforts and will implementing a screening regimen. See below for a few COVD-19 FAQs.
I have an in-office session. What are you doing to keep the office clean?
Between patients, therapists will use medical grade wipes to wipe down surfaces including the treatment table, yoga mats and anything that the previous patient touched. All patients and therapists will be required to wash/sanitize hands prior to each session. The bathroom and clinic will also be regularly cleaned. In addition, there will be a HEPA filter in the clinic to help circulate and clean the air.
Are you screening patients for COVID-19?
Upon entering the office, patients will be asked if they have one of the following symptoms: fever, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting or diarrhea. If the patient answers yes to any of these, they will be asked to leave and reschedule their appointment.
Do I need to wear a mask or other PPE?
Yes, patients must wear a facemask for the duration of their session and time in the office. If you have forgotten a mask or if your masks breaks, FlySpace will have a limited supply of extra masks that you can have.
Will my therapist be wearing PPE?
Yes! Your therapist will also be wearing a face mask during all sessions and will be sanitizing their hands between patients.
How many people will be in the office at a time?
Per usual, each therapist will only be seeing one patient at a time in the office. We will be working to ensure that there is minimal cross-over between patients during in-office visits.
Should I schedule an in-office or virtual session in light of COVID-19?
FlySpace Physical Therapy will provide both in-person and telehealth services. If you are feeling ill, we request that you do not physically come into the office. You have the option of rescheduling your appointment or of being seen via telehealth. We strongly recommend that you come for an in-person visit for at least your first session. If you have questions, please feel free to email with questions.