Coronavirus Update – 5th January 2021
As an essential healthcare provider & under the new government guidelines we are remaining open during this 3rd National Lockdown. We will ensure each booking is risk assessed by a Physiotherapist & where treatment can be offered by a virtual means this will be done.
Those in need of face to face treatment will be able to attend clinic where all our COVID policies and procedures remain in place. Please see below for further details.
We ask that all clients continue to complete their COVID screening forms at each appointment, wear a medical face mask throughout the session and re schedule their session if feeling unwell for any reason.
Pilates classes remain online at this time.
As an essential healthcare provider we are remaining open for face to face appointments through Lockdown 2.0. We are continuing to follow our risk assessments and COVID secure policies to ensure the safety of both our staff and clients.
Our Pilates classes will be running via our live online platform only at this time.
We are now open for face to face Physiotherapy appointments.
We are continuing to offer Online Physio consultations for those who would benefit from them.
All our clients need to complete an individual risk assessment / Consent form prior to a face to face appointment being booked.
We have worked hard to put measures in place to ensure the safety of our staff and clients. A full risk assessment of our clinic environment has been completed, and our PPE and infection control policies are available for staff and clients to access.
If attending for a face to face appointment you can expect:
Every patient will be screened to confirm they are not presenting with any COVID symptoms.
Hand santisier must be used by every patient when entering and leaving the clinic.
There will be a thorough wipe down of all surfaces including door handles as well as washing of hands before and after treatments.
We request that you attend your appointment on your own unless absolutely necessary & maintain 1m gap from other people in the hallway and waiting room.
Staff will be required to wear PPE (apron, mask +/- visor, and gloves)
Clients may be temperature checked upon arrival and will be asked to wear a face mask during the treatment session.
Staff will have new clothing at the start of every shift and will travel direct to work only.