COVID-19

A message regarding

COVID-19

Some things to remember for your next appointment

  • Masks are required for patients and staff.


  • If your temperature is over 100°, we will ask you to return home. 


 

Synergy Physical Therapy is doing our part to protect our patients and employees from COVID-19 while continuing to treat patients.

While our mission of getting patients feeling better, stronger, and returning to activity is always the same, our procedures in doing so now may look and feel different due to the virus. Don’t worry! We promise to provide the same fun and positive atmosphere that Synergy was built on, and are here to work with our patients as the current situation continues to change

We are following CDC guidelines and adding additional protective measures in our clinic. The measures include, but are not limited too: 

    • Employees and patients will be required to wear face coverings.
    • Taking employee temperatures at the start of each shift.
    • Taking patient temperatures upon arrival. If a patient shows a temperature over 100°, they will be asked to return home.
    • Limiting the number of appointment times in a day to ensure social distancing
    • Limiting the number of people in the office outside of patients and staff.
    • Adding additional time for cleaning through the day, and adding additional professional cleaning throughout the week.
    • Washing hands multiple times a day and after touching any patient.
    • Patients will use a designated entrance and exit door.
    • Limited the amount of seating in the front office.
    • Additional protective measures to front office interactions

You can help us keep everyone healthy by:

    • Staying home if you are not feeling well, have a fever, or have any symptoms related to COVID-19.
    • Wash and sanitize your hands at the start, during, and end of each visit.
    • Limit the number of people you bring to physical therapy, or we ask they remain in the car until you are finished. We do allow essential family members and care givers to be apart of your visit.
    • Be aware of your surroundings and try to keep at least 6 feet away from other patients.
    • Cover your mouth and nose with a face cover when you are in the clinic.
    • Continue to follow other CDC guidelines by not touching your face, and coving your coughs and sneezes in the fold of your arm or with a tissue.
    • If you have been in close contact with anyone who has confirmed COVID-19, or showing symptoms, our office will work with you to reschedule your appointments. 

We will continue to keep you informed as the situation around COVID-19 changes. If you have any questions on what we are doing in our office to protect our patients and employees, we will be happy to answer them. We may be limiting our interaction, but we still love to hear from you! If you are considered in the population of high risk for contracting COVID-19, or have any concerns about returning to physical therapy, please call the office and discuss options regarding your appointments. 

We have the right to deny services in order to keep the greater good of our population healthy. If you have any questions or concerns please call the office at (480)767-0794 or email Emily at emily@synergyptph.com.

Synergy Chat 2020 | Changes at the Clinic

Hear it from Emily.

Our Director of Operations and Marketing, Emily Henriques, MBA, gives a quick breakdown on the changes you'll see around the clinic as we begin to reopen.

Additional services that may be used along your path to recovery include:

 
Cupping
Have you heard about
Cupping
Using suction to eliminate pain
 
Manual Therapy
Learn more about
Manual Therapy
Learn how Synergy therapists use special hands-on techniques to ease pain and increase range of motion.
 
Gait Training
Learn more about
Gait Training
Learn how we use strength and balance training to improve mobility.
 
Corrective Exercises/Functional Training
How we use
Corrective Exercises/Functional Training
Read how we use deliberate and customized exercises to target your unique recovery needs.

Performance Training

Joint Mobilizations