COVID-19 INFORMATION

*PLEASE READ*

 

In the last 10 days, have you:

  • Been sick or had a fever?

  • Had contact with someone that is sick or suspected to have with COVID-19?

 

If you answered yes to any of these, please call us at 704-938-1141 to reschedule your appointment and call your medical doctor for instructions.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR HONESTY & DESIRE TO KEEP OTHERS SAFE.

CURRENT OFFICE POLICY

MASKS NOT REQUIRED:

Masks are no longer required by the state government nor our state chiropractic board. You are welcome to wear one, if you prefer.

SELF-REPORT SYMPTOMS:

Anyone entering the office is required to self-report any COVID-19 symptoms at check-in.

We understand this is challenging and frustrating but please follow all signs and instructions.

We want to keep everyone safe and still provide outstanding chiropractic care to you.

WHAT YOU CAN DO

We've had a lot of questions about COVID-19 and have been asked to share our thoughts. The general idea is to stay healthy, strengthen your immune system and practice good hygiene and health habits.

Here are our recommendations:

✔️ Eat nutritious food and, yes, cut the sugar!

  • Sugar suppresses your immune response.

✔️ Get enough sleep (7-8 hours a night).

  • Lack of sleep suppresses your immune response.

✔️ Reduce your stress.

  • Stress and worry produce higher levels of cortisol, which suppresses the immune response.

✔️ Get outside.

  • Your grandmother was right -- fresh air and sunshine is good for the body and soul.

✔️ Exercise.

  • Exercise combats stress, elevates mood and boosts your immune response. Are you seeing a pattern here?

✔️ Get adjusted.

  • A chiropractic adjustment can help you feel better which can help reduce stress, promote healing and even -- yes, you guessed it -- boost your body's own immune response.

✔️ Take your whole food supplements.

 

As for hygiene:

  • Wash hands with soap and water for 20 seconds. It is longer than you think. We suggest that you count, especially after sneezing, coughing and using the restroom.

  • Avoid touching your face.

  • If you cough, do so into a tissue or the bend of your elbow.

  • Clean work stations and places where other people frequently touch, such as door handles and computers.

 

And finally:

  • Avoid contact with sick people.

  • Stay home if you are sick.