Ultimate Health Chiropractics COVID-19 Policies

***We want to ensure the safety and health of our patients. We ask before calling to consider the following.
1. Has anyone in your family had a fever, or has had one in the last two weeks? The incubation period can be as long as 14 days.
2. Have you or family members had any symptoms of a cold or flu? Symptoms include fever, tiredness and a cough that isn’t necessarily productive. They may also have or have had aches and pains, runny nose or nasal congestion, vomiting or diarrhea, or loss of taste and smell.
3. Have you traveled abroad in the last two weeks? Have you been near anyone who has potentially had the virus through your own family or work contact? People can be contagious without symptoms.

High Risks Groups For COVID-19
1. Someone undergoing chemotherapy, or are immunocompromised,
2. If you have diabetes, heart disease/other heart problems, high blood pressure, asthma or another respiratory issue.
3. Are over 65 years of age.

Due to the recent news of COVID-19 Ultimate Health Chiropractic will continue to monitor the situation, and take all sanitation/health precautions necessary to ensure the health and safety of our patients during this time.

​Here is what we are doing at our clinic to reduce the risk of contacting, or spreading COVID-19.
***Sanitizing equipment/chairs/handles between patients. Wearing a mask when treating patients in close proximity. Thoroughly washing our hands with soap/hand sanitizer before and after all appointments. Taking patient’s temperature with a no contact thermometer when they arrive. Asking all patients to wash their hands prior to entering the clinic space in the hallway bathroom, and requiring masks be worn. Asking patients to not enter the clinic space if they are experiencing any symptoms of illness. Treating high risk patient’s during our first appointments on the schedule if possible. Spreading out appointment times to try to limit only having 1-2 patients in the clinic at one time. Spreading out waiting room chairs out at least 6 feet apart. Screening patients prior to coming for their appointments over the phone, and before entering the treatment room. Have hand sanitizer is available to all patients during their appointment. Removing all magazines, and other materials in the waiting area.

We will keep you updated on this website, our social media, and newsletter if things change. As recommended by the CDC and Minnesota Department of Health we ask that if you are showing any symptoms of illness to please stay home, or seek appropriate medical attention. Links below for reference.
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html
https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/index.html

There are a lot of things that you can do during this time to help decrease your risk such as washing hands thoroughly, coughing/sneezing into your arm, stress management, light exercise, quality nutrition, proper sleep, staying hydrated with water, be kind to others, and follow the most up to date guidelines set by our government agencies.

Thank you for you understanding,
​Dr. Chad