Return to Work

Navigating these uncertain times has been challenging for all of us. I have endeavored to do my part to help keep the community healthy by prioritizing my patients and transitioning the clinic to telemedicine for the past month. I hope that if I haven’t heard from you that you are well and enjoying a different pace to life.

Denver’s COVID-19 stay at home order is set to expire on May 8. I’ve heard from many patients anxious to return to in person treatments. Let me assure you that I too am anxious to return. However, as I balance the available information on this pandemic and the risk to my family and patients, I am electing to delay my return to work. Tentatively I am opening online scheduling beginning June 1. I encourage you to schedule your appointments here. I look forward to a safe return for all of us then.

As we near the re-opening of practice, I’d like to outline some changes in policy and procedures to align with current regulations and best practices. Please respect your health and the health of others by respecting these practices:

  • Please schedule a teleconference if you feel sick or have been around someone who is clearly sick. Do not come into the office at this time. Please reference the CDC guidelinesPlease keep in mind that if you have symptoms including fever, cough, shortness of breath, or other flu-like symptoms, I will not be able to see you, and the CDC as well as the State of Colorado are asking that you self-quarantine for at least 14 days. 
  • Please wear a mask to your appointment and wear it throughout the duration. I will not be providing masks, but I will be wearing one myself.
  • Please use the provided hand sanitizer upon arrival.
  • Please plan to arrive at the time of your appointment. To help facilitate social distancing, instead of waiting in the common area, please wait outside or in your car. Text me (720) 515-8072 when you arrive. I will respond so you can walk directly into the office. 
  • Please come to your appointment by yourself or accompanied by your legal guardian. No additional persons or pets will be allowed.

For my part I will continue to clean the office each day and wipe down durable surfaces, change the linens, and my personal mask between each patient.

I feel Chinese medicine has so much to offer, especially right now in the face of the COVID-19 epidemic and I am ready to help.