You decide what is right for you. The office is extra clean and precautions are in place so that you can have a safe in person visit. Any scheduled appointment can be switched to a phone call or virtual visit. If you feel symptomatic or are staying socially distant simply call (530) 277-6559 at your appointment time instead of showing up.
I wear a mask and in California it is required that you wear a mask for in person visits. Do your best to keep your mask on during the entire visit. Make sure your mask fits properly. Your hands will stay cleaner if you do not have to adjust your mask or touch your face. I have some available if you forget yours.
I am washing and sanitizing my hands constantly. Please do the same. Hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes are available, help yourself.
Though some of your visit may include massage or checking your pulse, we do need to skip the hugs and handshakes. One person at a time is allowed inside per appointment.
All usual touch points are disinfected between patients. Linens and equipment are single use only before thorough cleaning or disposal. The clinic is cleaned and air out daily with a weekly deep clean.
I am taking precautious to avoid getting sick. If I develop symptoms or determine that I have had significant exposure I will self quarantine for two weeks. This means that I may need to cancel last minute. I will not be able to provide services in person and maybe not even virtually. I will do my best to reschedule you in a timely manner.
Contact your local county for the most up to date information in your area. Locally, Nevada County is offering free testing for acute infection at the Grass Valley Vets Hall. You must schedule an appointment with them at https://www.lhi.care/covidtesting or call 888-634-1123.
If you or anyone you know has been sick in the past and are wondering if it was Covid-19 then an antibody test may provide answers.
This antibody test is not for a current Covid-19 infection.