Caring for our Community-Health and Safety
We value the health and wellness of our community. With the recent emergence of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to take a moment to share with you what we are doing to keep our team and patients healthy.
Modern Acupuncture is following all recommendations made by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) regarding the Coronavirus and is monitoring closely for any updates.
Clinic Standards and Safety
Keeping our clinics clean and sanitized is very important to us. We have a strict set of guidelines our Acupuncturists and Zen Advisors follow every day to ensure that our patients health is never put at risk.
Our acupuncturists always sanitize their hands between every patient. Our Zen Advisors disinfect every surface regularly and in the response to the Coronavirus, we have increased cleaning protocols related to high-touch surfaces like door handles, keyboards, counters, chairs, etc. Hand sanitizer is always available next to each chair in the Zen for patients to use as well.
Doing Our Part to Stay Healthy
Health and wellness are the foundation of our brand. We’re are encouraging our team to stay home and see a doctor when they are not feeling well. We want to make absolutely sure we are taking the best care possible of our team. We ask that you give a call to reschedule your treatment when you are feeling sick. Be aware that if you are exhibiting symptoms, we may kindly ask to reschedule your treatment in person. Keeping the Modern Acupuncture community healthy and safe is our #1 priority. We appreciate your support.
Please reach out to your specific clinic to receive the most up to date information on details of temporary suspension of services (where applicable), operating hours (where applicable), safety protocols, and your unique needs. The recommendations and protocols established by the World Health Organization, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as State Health Departments can assist you to make decisions in the best interest of your community.
COVID-19 Response Tool Kit
US Department of Labor – OSHA Guidelines
United Way Community Response
Community Help: Housing, food, bills, childcare, essential services
Department of Labor Resources – will vary by state