Our Commitment to Patient Safety
The health, safety and well-being of our patients and staff remain our top priority here at Impact Physio. We are closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and actively working with the medical community, including the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and hospital networks to ensure we have in place the proper safeguards and procedures. As this rapidly evolving situation continues to unfold, you can expect further updates on our response.
Important Information for Patients:
What Impact Physio is doing to help minimize exposure and keep you SAFE:
To help ensure you have the latest and most up-to-date information, please review the links below of other healthcare and government organizations:
Coronavirus & The Flu
Frequently Asked Questions about Coronavirus
Travel Advisory Information
If your desk area consists of a sofa cushion, and low coffee table, then we’re taking a stab in the dark and guessing you’ve converted your living room into an office. And while that’s all fun and games, working from home can actually be quite stressful on your muscles and joints – despite the extended periods sitting down! In this post, we discuss the ways in which you can stay healthy and active while working from home. So, let’s adjust the couch seat, make a fresh brew, and get stuck in!
John Salva, PT
"We help people in pain get back to the things they want without relying on surgery or painkillers, even if past treatments have failed."