- Covid-19 might have you feeling worried about attending clinic for a physiotherapy appointment. If you are worried, there are other options. The safest way to attend physiotherapy is at a distance, using telerehabilitation, although this might not be an option for everyone and many prefer to be seen in clinic. Please see www.physiolinkmb.com for more info regarding telerehab appointments. Rhona is a co-owner of this company, along with Tara Wolchuk.
- When you attend your appointment here, you will be the only patient in clinic, along with the physiotherapist. During the subjective portion of the appointment (history taking approx 20mins), we are positioned 6ft away from one another. The therapist will be in mask and safety glasses and it is strongly recommended that all patients attending clinic, please wear a mask. If you forget a mask, I can provide one at no charge.
- 15 minutes has been allocated between appointments at this time, to allow for a thorough cleaning. This includes, handrails, door handles, bathroom and all surfaces and equipment that the previous person might have been in contact with.
- If you have any signs and symptoms (cough, runny nose, fever etc), or just don't feel 100%, please cancel and reschedule your appointment via email, text or phone. There are never any fees/charges for this at RMPhysio.
- Covid-19 screening questions are posted on the door before entering clinic, please read before entering.
Public health officials require returning travelers from the following locations, to self-isolate (quarantine) and self-monitor for symptoms for 14 days after returning to Manitoba:
Those who have returned from international travel (including to the United States) in the last 14 days;
Those who have returned from domestic travel in the last 14 days to a location that is not excluded by current provincial Public Health Order from the requirement to self-isolate (Public Health Orders currently exclude locations in: Western Canada, the territories, and Ontario – west of Terrace Bay).
Public health officials also strongly urge anyone who has cold or flu-like symptoms, such as a cough, fever, runny nose, sore throat, headache, or any of the symptoms listed in the screening tool to isolate and get tested for COVID-19. By getting tested, you are helping to keep your family and community healthy. If you get tested for COVID-19, you should continue to isolate until you have your test results, and you will receive further instructions on isolation at that time.
Please click on the button below for the Shared Health Screening Tool. If you have any other questions about your appointment or Covid-19 concerns, please don't hesitate to contact me.