Important Coronavirus Information for Patients
The clinic is now open and seeing patients.
We will be practicing in line with the guidance set out from the government, the general chiropractic council and SCA.
Full PPE will be worn from Shane throughout your care and you will be asked to comply with hand sanitisation and mask procedures and you may be refused entry to the building if your temperature is checked and you are running a high temperature.
DO NOT VISIT THE CLINIC IF YOU HAVE SYMPTOMS OF CORONAVIRUS: New continuous cough and/or high temperature.
We look forward to caring for you.
The clinic is now closed due to recently advised social distancing regulations.
If you have any queries or would like to arrange a consultation over the phone- please get in touch via contact details on home page.
The clinic is continuing to see patients under the guidance and regulation of the General Chiropractic Council and SCA.
It is important that we operate in accordance with the Government guidelines and minimise risk; to you as a patient, the treating clinician and the public as a whole. Please see the following important information.
1. DO NOT VISIT THE CLINIC IF YOU HAVE SYMPTOMS OF CORONAVIRUS: New continuous cough and/or high temperature.
2. DO NOT VISIT THE CLINIC IF YOU ARE AT HIGH RISK FROM CORONAVIRUS OR YOU ARE IN CLOSE CONTACT WITH SOMEONE ELSE WHO IS AT HIGH RISK:
You may be at high risk from coronavirus if you:
are over 70
have had an organ transplant
are having certain types of cancer treatment
have blood or bone marrow cancer, such as leukaemia
have a severe lung condition, such as cystic fibrosis or severe asthma
have a condition that makes you much more likely to get infections
are taking medicine that weakens your immune system
are pregnant and have a serious heart condition
It is your responsibility to stay at home if you fall into any of these categories.
What is the clinic doing to protect you?
We have tried hard to make the changes advised by government and the NHS, so that anyone who visits the Clinic for treatment can be assured that everything that can be done for their safety is being done. We are heeding all the formal advice, and taking additional guidance from our regulatory bodies. This includes:
Hand hygiene- more regular hand washing with hot soapy water and hand sanitiser.
Catch it, bin it, kill it procedures.
Regular sanitisation of regularly touched objects and surfaces.
You will be asked to use hand gel upon entering the clinic.
Treatment may be refused if a cough or high fever is observed.
You will be asked to provide acknowledgement of these guidelines.
Please refer to these guidelines if you wish for any further information.