We are excited to be able to re-open and start seeing everyone in person! We appreciate all of the support you have shown us during the difficult time. We are planning to open with limited services and appointments starting May 7th.
Please know that we have everyone’s safety at the forefront of our minds and will be adhering to the CDC and state guideline to ensure that both you and our staff at PMA are kept safe.
Our COVID-19 Preparedness Protocol is provided below. Please make sure to review it before your appointement and we will go over it in detail with you when your appointment is scheduled. The process will be evolving as guidelines and recommendations change.
- Dr. Freese will start seeing patients in the office on May 7th. At this time, services will be limited to those treatments that can be performed while still wearing a mask.
- We are limiting the number of appointments in a day to allow adequate time to clean between patients and to avoid overlap between appointments.
- Unfortunatley, Emily and Rebecca are not able to see patients under Stage 1. We will let you know when this changes. They are both available for virtual consults and we encourage you to continue to schedule those as it will speed up the process once they are able to see patients in person.
- Exam rooms, bathrooms, handles and other surfaces will continue to be sanitized between patients.
- Staff will be wearing masks, gloves and face shield when needed for treatments and interactions.
- We are trying to limit the amount of time patients are in the office and will therefore need to keep conversations to a minimum. We encourage all questions to be asked during a virtual consult or phone conversation prior to your in-person visit.
- All patients and staff will be screened prior to entering the office. If you have any of the following symptoms or have known exposure to COVID-19 please reschedule your appointment:
- Fever (temperature 100.4 or higher)
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Chills or shaking chills
- Muscle pain
- Sore throat
- New loss of taste or smell