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COVID-19 OFFICE PROTOCOLS

COVID protocols continue to remain in place as per the directives for regulated health professionals regardless of vaccination status.

  1. You will need an appointment to enter the building.
  2. Please do not arrive more than 5 minutes prior to your appointment time.
  3. Please do not enter the clinic if you are ill (see below).
  4. We ask that you continue to observe 6′ physical distancing with other patients.
  5. Masks are strongly recommended and exemptions will be accommodated.*
  6. We will continue to place you in a treatment room as soon as possible to ensure the least amount of people in our reception area.
  7. Contact information will be collected on those without an appointment (who are accompanying patients.)
  8. It is recommended that you sanitize your hands upon entry.
  9. Sanitation protocols remain in effect within our clinic.
  10. Our practitioners and staff will continue to be masked when not behind plexiglass and are within 6 feet of all patients.

Please bring any safety concerns to our team and we will do our best to accommodate you

As per the passive screening requirements listed on our clinic entrance, please
DO NOT enter the clinic if you have any of the following symptoms:

Fever (temperature of 37.8°C/100°F or greater) and/or chills
Cough (new or worsening)
Shortness of breath
Decrease or loss of taste or smell
For children (<18 years old): nausea, vomiting and/or diarrhea
For adults (>18 years old): fatigue, lethargy, malaise and/or myalgia

 *On March 9, 2022, The Government of Ontario announced that several COVID-19 measures will be withdrawn in the coming weeks and months.
The Ontario Government has announced that masking requirements will be removed in many indoor settings as of March 21, 2022; however, this does not include health-care settings, as of that date. Regulated health professions, including chiropractors, should continue to practise in accordance with COVID-19 guidance for the health sector, including PPE and active screening requirements, pending any further direction from the Ontario Government.  We will update this space as directives change.