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Baker Chiropractic Centers’ Response to COVID-19

hands holding globeAs you know, the COVID-19 virus (also known as coronavirus) is currently impacting many facets of daily life across our country and around the world.  As stewards of your physical well-being, we take an especially keen interest in ensuring we are doing all we can to help manage its spread and mitigate risk in the Baker Chiropractic Centers community.  With this in mind, we are reaching out to share the actions we are taking to keep our patients, our team members, and our community healthy.

Your Health Is Our Priority

First, please know that the health and safety of our community is not only our top priority, but has always been an essential part of our Mission.

We are committed to our patients’ health and we want to educate you concerning tangible and proactive steps we are taking to not only get patients out of pain, but do so in a manner that adheres to best practices from the Centers for Disease Control (“CDC”), World Health Organization (“WHO”), local authorities, and other experts.

Our Safety Measures

First, from the perspective of ensuring sanitary and thoroughly disinfected treatment areas, please note the following:

  • We use medical grade cleaners and disinfectants between each and every patient.
  • Treatment tables are disinfected thoroughly between each and every patient.
  • Active care equipment, and all surfaces in the treatment rooms are disinfected after each patient.
  • Team members are washing their hands with soap and water between each patient.
  • Treatment Team members are happy to clean any items again in front of the patient at the patient’s request.

How To Keep Yourself Safe

We also encourage our patients and others to follow some simple guidelines from the CDC, which serve as helpful tips:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue, then immediately throw it away.
  • Avoid contact with people who are sick.

Additional information about the Coronavirus can be found on the CDC’s website.

Finally, we are happy to help any patient reschedule any upcoming appointments if they feel sick or have a fever or cough.

We are continuing to monitor this situation and will reach out as developments warrant. Until then, we continue to have same day appointments available at both of our locations.