In accordance with Washington State, King County, and CDC guidelines, masks are still required in healthcare settings. We will update our policy as soon as guidance changes. Thank you for your patience.
Check-in policy / What to Expect:
- Please ask for a disposable mask if you forgot to bring yours.
- You are now welcome to bring a guest or child if need be, but they must also wear a mask if they are 2+ yo.
What precautions are we taking:
- PT’s and patients are required to wash hands for 20 seconds between patients and before service
- All equipment, treatment tables, countertops, chair rails, and door knobs are disinfected with hospital-grade disinfectant twice per day.
- Per state mandate everyone in the office must wear a face covering. We are providing free face coverings for patients who forget to bring one.
- Up-to-date H-VAC systems in all clinics.
- Step and Pull openers are installed on all doors to our offices to allow for contactless entry into our facility.
- Credit card machines and systems / procedures have been updated to allow for contactless payment.
- You may convert an in-clinic appointment to a telehealth appointment at any time.
- All patient paperwork has been converted to paperless and is done online to reduce contact with surfaces and reduce time spent in the office.
You should consider an in-office PT appointment if you are/have:
- Recently had surgery and are needing post-operative rehabilitation
- Had your surgery or imaging delayed
- An acute injury that may worsen without care
- In need of PT to prevent a detriment to your health, safety, or ability to perform essential daily tasks
- Are unable to manage symptoms with your home exercise program
- Primarily attend therapy for the hands-on aspect of treatment
- Range of motion or mobility restrictions that risk detriment to mobility without hands on treatment
- In need of vestibular rehab (treatment for dizziness and vertigo)
- Need assistance with pain and swelling
- Have no risk factors and not fearful of attending an in-office visit
You should consider a Virtual PT appointment if you are/have:
- Immunocompromised or are undergoing cancer treatment
- Live with someone who is immunocompromised
- Age 65 or older
- Chronic lung disease or moderate to serve asthma
- A serious heart condition
- Uncontrolled diabetes, renal failure, or liver disease
- COVID-19-like symptoms (cough, fever, shortness of breath)
- Wanting to primarily update or change your home program
- Wanting assistance with work-from-home ergonomics
- Issues attending because of child care
- A lack of reliable or safe transportation
- Almost done with PT and would like a final check in prior to discharge
- Fearful of an in-office visit
Please see our Virtual PT page for more information and for frequently asked questions.