Your health and safety are our primary concern. We strive to have the cleanest and safest practices in place for you during this Covid-19 pandemic. We have combined guidelines from the Governor, our massage insurance guidelines for safe practice, and OSHA.
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Here is what we are doing:
There are three treatment rooms. Rooms will be rotated so that clients will not be seen back to back in the same room. If a room has been used, it will not be used again for at least one hour. The treatment rooms are cleaned after each client. The office is cleaned at lunch, after morning appointments, and at the close of the day, after afternoon appointments. We use hospital grade virucide.
We have medical grade air filtration units to remove and kill viruses and bacteria from the air.
We are using UVC light which actively kills viruses and bacteria on surfaces.
We are still able to provide clients with BioMat therapy and extra padding on the tables. Soft surfaces on tables are covered with vinyl which can be disinfected.
Any pillows used during service times will be fitted with washable vinyl covers.
Face cradles are fitted with cloth to capture droplets from the mouth or nose when the client is face down.
All staff will have their temperatures taken daily. If we exhibit any signs of illness or have been exposed to anyone who has been diagnosed with Covid-19, we will call you and cancel/reschedule your appointment.
We will not visit any “hot spots” or expose ourselves to anyone who has traveled outside of the country or visited any “hot spots.”
Your therapist will be wearing gloves.
Your therapist will be wearing a cloth mask which was made to Tanner hospital’s specification for its employees who do not need N95 or other similar masks.
Your therapist will wear a gown which is made from FDA approved level 1 barrier fabric. They are the same ones used by Tanner hospital staff and dentists.
All linens are washed in hot water and kept in closed containers, cabinets, or closets.
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