We are committed to keeping Tulsa Spine and Rehab a safe place for you and our team. That’s why we’re adhering all all CDC and OSHA guidelines by continually cleaning and disinfecting equipment and hands before and after each use. Our precautionary measures include:
• Washing our hands prior to and after every patient visit
• Wiping down mat tables and surfaces between each use with an approved antiseptic formula
• We are also screening all patients for symptoms of COVID-19.
Help us keep Tulsa Spine and Rehab safe: If you believe you may be experiencing signs and symptoms of COVID-19 or have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive in the last 14 days, please call to reschedule your appointment.
We appreciate and value your trust in our team and will remain vigilant in doing all we can to make sure Tulsa Spine and Rehab is a safe place for all of us. Because your need for physical therapy doesn’t take a break for this virus, Tulsa Spine and Rehab is open and ready to help you get moving.
Questions & Answers
What if I want to reschedule?
If you need to reschedule your appointment, please call us as soon as possible. We will work to find another available time for your visit.
Should I cancel my appointment?
You should reschedule if you have come into contact with someone diagnosed with Coronavirus, or have symptoms of fever, cough, and shortness of breath. We are happy to reschedule after you are fever-free without use of fever-controlling medicines for at least 3 days AND your respiratory symptoms have improved, AND at least 7 days have passed since symptoms first appeared, per CDC’s recommendations.
Can I postpone treatments?
Was ask you to postpone if you have come into contact with someone diagnosed with Coronavirus, or have symptoms of fever, cough, and shortness of breath. We are happy to reschedule after you are fever-free without use of fever-controlling medicines for at least 3 days AND your respiratory symptoms have improved, AND at least 7 days have passed since symptoms first appeared, per CDC’s recommendations. To minimize setbacks in the progress of your physical therapy, please speak with your therapist for home exercises you can do until returning to Tulsa Spine and Rehab.
Should I wear a face mask when visiting Tulsa Spine and Rehab?
Face mask use in general is not recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Since the worldwide supply is limited, it’s crucial they be used appropriately. Caregivers of patients with communicable illnesses or with a fever or cough are recommended to use face masks.
How are you keeping social distancing in a clinic atmosphere?
Social distancing recommendations are for public areas; we are an essential health care business with professionals trained in techniques to decrease the spread of communicable diseases.
How are you complying with the limit of 10 or less for public gatherings?
We are making strategic use of our treatment rooms and common areas to increase spacing between patients. Additionally, only those essential to care accompany patients to treatments.
Will you stay open as an “essential” health care provider”?
Yes. Under the current guidelines, physical therapy clinics qualify as an essential business.
Have your hours changed?
As of now, all of our clinics are operating under their normal business hours.
Are you providing real-time updates on clinic status?
We will post any changes to our hours or operational readiness to our Facebook page. We will also notify any affected patients should there be changes in our status.