Protect Yourself During the Current Health Crisis

Protect Yourself During the Current Health Crisis

We’re all wrestling with the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on our families and communities.   As you might expect, our office is receiving frequent questions about the current healthcare challenge.   The questions seem to fall into three general categories.   We’ll use this month’s blog to address those.

  1. What steps can you take in your day to day life to reduce your chance of infection?
  2. What steps can you take to support your immune system and help your body fight the infection?
  3. What actions are we taking to reduce our patients' risk of exposure and what hours will our clinic be open?

 

1. Reduce your chance of infection

 

2. Support your immune system so it performs optimally and protects you against illness

Our immune system is our body's defense mechanism for keeping us protected and safe from bacteria and viruses.  The good news is there are many ways you can give your immune system the best possible chance of operating at its optimum level.

If you’re feeling stressed, ask about our Stress Assessment to understand your personal stress level.  We may be able to help you minimize the physical effects of stress through proper supplementation.

                           

3.  (a) Actions we're taking to reduce our patients' risk of exposure (b) Our operating hours

Fortunately, our clinic’s daily risk management practices put us in a unique position to address the ongoing spread of contagious illnesses.   Innovative Healthcare and Wellness Center's standard operating practices include:

 

We will remain available to serve our patients and provide continuity with their healthcare treatment

COVID-19 has made this a challenging time for all of us. Taking the steps above will help you minimize the consequences of exposure to the virus.  We are closely monitoring the virus spread at both the local and national levels. Rest assured our team will adjust our practices as appropriate and continue taking the necessary steps to help protect the safety and well-being of our patients. 

Karen

 

 

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