COVID-19

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5/8/2020 COVID-19 Update:

HOW IS G3 PHYSICAL THERAPY IS PROTECTING PATIENTS & STAFF

Novel human coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is a concern for all of us, and thankfully, it appears our collective efforts are paying off. As we enter Stage 2 of California’s Resilience Roadmap plan, G3 will continue to follow up-to-date federal, state, and local guidelines to prevent the spread of disease and protect our staff and patients.

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PATIENTS AND STAFF: STAY HOME IF YOU…

  • Have experienced any signs or symptoms within 24 hours, including fever, cough, or shortness of breath.
  • Have been exposed to any person with a confirmed case of COVID-19.
  • Are over 65 years old.
  • Are immunocompromised and/or have preexisting health conditions including diabetes, heart disease, asthma, and lung disease.

WHEN YOU COME TO THE CLINIC…

  • We are happy to open and close doors for our patients to limit exposure to high-traffic surfaces like door handles. 
  • All patients must wear proper protective face covering before entering the building. Check out San Diego County’s requirements and guidelines here.
  • We’ll be taking your temperature when you arrive.
  • All patients must wash or sanitize their hands after entering the building. We also have disposable gloves available.

WHAT WE’RE DOING:

  • We have always practiced good cleaning and disinfecting protocols, and we have increased the frequency and depth of those efforts. 
  • We are limiting the number of patients we see per hour to maintain appropriate social distancing. This may result in having a longer wait to book an appointment with us right now.
  • We are taking our own temperatures every day.
  • We are disinfecting our hands and equipment between each patient. 
  • We are wearing masks and gloves in the clinic and regularly washing our hands.

Please watch a quick video, located at https://youtu.be/EJ-4V0G8P7M on how we are keeping patients and staff SAFE and HEALTHY.

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With all the constant changes, it’s important to stay up to date about current recommendations. Here are some great links to get started:

San Diego County Health Department

State of California

Center for Disease Control (CDC)

The White House: Guidelines for Opening Up America Again