With the steep incline of confirmed coronavirus cases, our office’s top priority is the safety of our patients and staff. In addition to increased office sanitizing,McAndrew Chiropractic is taking the additional steps:
• Dr. McAndrew will wear a mask and gloves
• Dr. McAndrew will take the temperature of each patient coming to the office
• We will schedule office visits so that there will be no overlap of patients. One patient in the office at a time.
Chiropractic care has been deemed an essential business during this pandemic. Our office will remain open, but at a reduced schedule. We will be open:
Tuesday 3/24 from 8:00am-2:00pm
Friday 3/27 from 9:00am-5:00pm
If you would like to schedule an appointment, please call the office at 970-631-8799 or book online at www.mcandrewchiropractic.com. Online booking may be the best option with reduced office hours.
Thank you for your cooperation during these difficult times.
At our office, we want to create an environment that helps our patients feel better and recover from their injuries. I don't want anyone to be put in further danger because they paid us a visit. This virus situation has caused us to reevaluate our practices to ensure they are up to our high standards. The well-being of you and your family is our top priority. Please review our guidelines before coming into our office or making your next appointment. Be safe out there and take care of eachother... from a distance.
Dr. John McAndrew
• If you are not feeling well, please call to reschedule your appointment to a later date
• If you get driven to your appointment – have your driver wait in the car
• We’re sanitizing our workspaces and all areas of high touch consistently throughout the day
• Our tables and equipment are sanitized between each patient visit
• We will ask you to sanitize your hand upon checking in
• Follow our Facebook page for up-to-date practice information, office hours changes etc.
• If you have a question, call us, we’re here to help
We will make a follow up announcement in a month or two when the Colorado Governor has an update regarding the status of COVID-19. In the meantime, take care of yourselves, your health and the safety of others should be your top priority.