Covid-19 Protocols

If you fall into a "high risk" category age or health-wise, please know that we will be doing the best we can to provide a safe environment, but that there is still a risk in leaving your home. If you feel uneasy about being out and about, and being exposed, please STAY HOME!


If you have a fever, cough or any symptoms of being sick, or have been in contact with anyone who has been sick in the past 2 weeks, please, cancel your appointment & STAY HOME!

The number of clients in the office, per day, is limited, with increased time for cleaning in between sessions.

At the office we are sanitizing all surfaces in between each client, using CDC recommended products.  We have air purifiers in all of the treatment rooms and waiting area.  There is a no touch hand sanitizing station in the waiting area, and a no touch soap dispenser in the bathroom.  The bathroom is cleaned after each use.  


You will need to call or text when you arrive and wait in your car until you receive a text or call to come into the office.


You will need to fill out and sign Covid-19 paperwork upon your arrival for each appointment.


Face masks will be required for treatment. You must wear one the entire time you are in the facility.  If you do not have one, you will need to purchase one, in order to be treated.


Your temperature will be taken when you walk in the door. Hands will need to be washed or sanitized when you come into the office.


Cancellation fees will be waived during this time. As always, I appreciate as much notice as possible if you are sick and unable to make your appointment. However, no shows are still unacceptable and will be charged.

Additional Resources Below from the Mass.Gov Website

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For the most up to date information on COVID-19, helping you stay safe.

COVID-19 Law Enforcement Guidance for MASKS & FACE COVERINGS FAQ

Joint Guidance Issued By The Office of the Attorney General and The Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association

Commonwealth of Mass; Covid-19 Public Health Guidance and Directives

Guidance and directives from the Centers for Disease Control and  Prevention (CDC) and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH)

Commonwealth of Mass; Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) During Covid-19

Guidance for prioritizing and optimizing use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Commonwealth of Mass; Covid-19 

Sector Specific Workplace Safety Standards For Close Contact Personal Services to Address COVID-19