Virtual visits are available for both new and existing patients. Connect with Dr. Alex via phone, email, text or face-to-face video messaging if needed. This can be helpful to discuss your condition and design rehab program with self-care recommendations to reduce pain and keep you moving. Emailed rehab programs with videos are available.
Virtual Rehabilitation: Progress and review your therapeutic exercise program via Zoom or other video conferencing software.
Virtual Runners Gait Assessment: In combination with a consultation, using zoom screen share, get visual feedback on the specific mechanics that may be feeding into your injury. This has worked well so far.
Some great news! Most insurance companies are now covering virtual rehabilitation and virtual injury consultations with no cost to the patient. This is an easy way to get a customized rehab plan for your injury, a second opinion, one-on-one rehab or simply advice. I’ve done a running gait analysis already and a second opinion on a knee injury with specific rehab as our go-to. There are a lot of ways to get out of pain and past your injury from home. All covered 100% if billing your insurance. Who knows how long insurance will allow this, but it’s good news for today! Share this with your friends (unless you don’t like them).
For now, our billing specialist has given a guarantee that the patient will not be billed. This will not last long. Feel free to give our billing specialist Sara a call or send an email if you have specific questions on your plan. Phone: (920) 221-3244 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can be seen in the office if you:
1. Have not had any respiratory symptoms including shortness of breath, cough, sore throat or fever.
2. Have not been in contact with any individuals or worked in a facility with recognize COVID-19 cases.
What Extra steps have been taken to make in-office appointments as safe as possible:
1. Dr. Alex is the only individual in the office(both locations). All ancillary staff are offsite. As a small operation, there is less exposure in our facilities as we do not have multiple providers with other patients in the office at one time.
2. The CDC’s best practices for avoiding the spread of this coronavirus are the practices we use daily. This includes sanitation of tables between patients as well as frequently touched surfaces.
3. Visits are on time. This minimizes time in the waiting area.