Covid 19 Update
We are committed to providing a safe environment for all patients, and proactively taking measures to mitigate concerns around Coronavirus (COVID-19).
All licensees and staff must, where possible, maintain the six-foot distance recommendations from CDC and DSHS.
Please call our office before your appointment if you meet the following high-risk criteria:
- Fever, cough, or shortness of breath
- Have you had close contact with a person infected with COVID-19 or history of travel to an affected geographic area?
- Exposed to someone diagnosed with Coronavirus
All Family Chiropractic wishes you and your families the very best during these unprecedented times. Stay healthy!
Yours in Health,
Kimberly Junemann D.C
Nothing is more important than your health and safety and the need to protect those most vulnerable to the coronavirus.
We are taking multiple steps to minimize health risks to our staff and our patients including enhanced cleaning procedures. As always, your health is our greatest priority. “Be calm and act with clarity.”
ALL FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC
- In clinic or individual office settings, chiropractic care should cause no displacement of emergency resources, therefore the safe practice of chiropractic is allowed to continue.
- Chiropractors provide essential care, especially to other health care providers currently working as emergency care providers.
- All chiropractors must abide by local county or city orders that are more stringent than orders issued by the state or federal governments.
- In clinic or individual office settings, chiropractors should abide by the 10-person limits recommended by the CDC and Texas Department of State Health Services.
- Chiropractors should restrict treatment of chronic- and wellness care patients and focus only on patients requiring essential treatments.
- All licensees must, where possible, maintain the six-foot distance recommendations from the CDC and DSHS.
- Where individual contact is unavoidable for proper treatment, chiropractors MUST provide diligent protection from possible transmission by ensuring all sanitation and prevention protocols recommended by the CDC and DSHS are followed.