Its been some time since I have seen you all. This pandemic has interupted all of our lives and it has been stressfuI to say the least. I unfortunatly was forced to close down temporarily to help protect my patients and follow safety guideline to slow down the spread of COVID 19.
During the down time I had been contacted by multiple people either checking up on me or asking why I'm not considered essential because now their migraines and body aches have returned and can't deal with it.
Things are starting to shift now and slowly people will be coming out again. Riverwalk Physical Therapy was closed but is re-opening starting Monday. The facility is being deep cleaned this week in preperation for allowing clients to come back with distancing guidelines, and cleaning precautions put in place, After some discussion we decided that I would also return opening my door to those who feel comfortable setting up appointments to get their massage. I will have 1 hour between each client. During that time the room will get a deep clean and ensure no clients run into each other. During your visit I will be wearing a mask at all times and have gloves.
Please email me to schedule or book yourself online. If you have question or concerns i'll be happy to respond.
My hours are as followed:
- Tuesday 10am-6pm
- Wednesdays 10am-6pm
- Thursday 10am-6pm
- Friday 10am-6pm
As a thank you to my patients who are essential workers I am offering two specials.
- 30% discount on Manual Lymphatic Drainage Immune Booster
- 20% off Customized Sessions .
Appointments are only on the hour in order to space out interactions and leave time to clean.
Please arrive in a mask and gloves as we do not have any extra.
Do not come if you have/have had/live with someone that has/had: fever, cough, breathing issues, loss of taste or smell, or diarrhea.
Payment will be by credit card or pre-filled check for the amount of one visit (unless you paid in full previously).
Let us know if you cannot make it or are running late.
During the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, I hope you and your families are doing as well as can be expected during this difficult time. The health and safety of my clients is my top priority.
- Using a fresh set of sheets for each client, laundered in hot water.
- Wiping down the table, face cradle, and other surfaces with disinfecting spray between each appointment.
- Washing my hands before and after every massage, with hot water & soap, for at least one minute.
- Using a hand towel or paper towel to open and close doors before and after washing.
- Avoiding touching my face with my bare hands during your massage.
- Sanitizing my hands halfway through your massage.
- If I'm not feeling well, I will ALWAYS contact you and let you know.
- Avoiding face massage unless you have a particle issue you want to address (TMJD, headaches, etc).
- Disinfecting door knobs and other surfaces in the office
- Diffusing an essential oil blend that promotes immunity (I will turn it off if I know someone is coming in with asthma or other sensitivities).
- Working on providing extra hand sanitizer for clients.
What You Can Do:
Health and sanitation are a two way street. Here are some things you can do to help:
- Use common sense and a little caution. If you're not feeling well, I'm not going to charge you for rescheduling your appointment.
- DO NOT come in for a massage if you have the flu, a cold, or God forbid, COVID-19. When in doubt just reschedule your appointment.
- If you come in actively sick, I'm going to ask you to go home, to protect both myself and your fellow clients.
- Wash your hands before you come into the office.
- If you are not comfortable sitting in main waiting room I will have a waiting area inside my back section for you to wait.
Massage is Proactive
A potential public health crisis is causing stress for us all. Remember, getting a massage is actually a proactive step you can take right now to boost your immune system, relieve stress, and help you sleep. Manual lymphatic drainage is perfect for boosting your immune system.
Wellness Starts at Home
Meanwhile, you know the drill: wash your hands, eat your vegetables, drink plenty of water and get enough sleep.