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Insight Wellness COVID-19 Policy
Your health and safety are our #1 concerns. Insight Wellness strives to maintain the most up-to-date information, policies and procedures in order to insure the health and safety of our patients, their families, and ourselves.
Working with Supportive Oncology patients allows us to stay in-line with hospital information and policy updates as the situation evolves.
To that end, we’ve adapted the following policies to our practice:
- We will temporarily suspend in person treatments through 3/30/2020.
- During this time, both Tom and Crystal will be taking a preventative herbal formula, and monitor for any signs of infection.
- On 4/1/2020, we will resume in person appointments utilizing the following precautions:
- Patient screening questionnaires
- Limitations to in-person volume (For your safety, we will be seeing no more than 4 patients in a given day).
- Disinfecting procedures: We will be wiping down all surfaces after any contact with an approved surfactant.
- As with all of our treatments, we will continue to follow CNT (Clean Needle Technique) procedures to insure the highest standard for public safety during treatment.
- When possible, we will maintain a 6 foot distance when conducting Consultations, etc.
- Our treatment table will be completely covered with a flat or fitted sheet which will be discarded and changed after every treatment.
- All direct, touch related treatments – such as S.E.T. bodywork as part of Acupuncture sessions will be suspended until such time as we deem this type of contact safe for the patient.
During this time, here are some general guidelines for keeping you and your families safe:
- Wash your hands for a minimum of 20 seconds. Hand sanitizer is acceptable. We will be putting up a recipe to make your own. Be aware, alcohol based sanitizers can dry out the skin and cause cracking. So, if you go this route, also consider moisturizing to avoid drying and cracking.
- Maintain practices for good immunity – Sleep, lower stress, and limit sugar and alcohol intake.
- Consider the following dietary conditions:
- Limit iced beverages. Drink warm or room temperature beverages.
- Hydrate well – daily recommended intake is 6-8 8 oz glasses (64 ounces) as a bare minimum. Remember, replace with water equal amounts of de-hydrating beverages such as soda, tea or coffee.
- Limit “cold” natured foods
- Limit phlegm producing dairy
- Moderate fiber intake to promote regularity – Your body can’t fight off pathogens if the trash is piling up.
- Avoid fried foods
- When you go outside, cover the back of your neck with a collar or scarf.
- Stay 6 feet away from other individuals, when possible.