We understand that healthcare organizations and individuals all across the country and globe are faced with making difficult decisions right now. Given the continued threat and challenges the coronavirus has placed on our communities, we must work together to stop its spread and keep each other safe. To maintain the safety of our patients, clients and staff, Ascent Physical Therapy & Wellness will be postponing all in-person treatments and wellness classes through the week of March 23-27, and into the early week of March 30, 2020. We will then reassess our direction based on the most updated public health information.
As the situation is fluid and unprecedented, the Ascent Physical Therapy team is monitoring recommendations from the CDC and federal and local health officials to learn more about how to keep one another safe and healthy, and make timely decisions relating to in-person encounters.
Here’s how we plan to support you during this time:
All onsite wellness classes have been cancelled. We have developed free exercise videos for streaming on our website and Facebook @AscentPT.NV. More content will be added daily so that you can continue to enjoy a variety of classes. You can also ask to join the Facebook group “quarantine core” that Tammie has started. Jon is making foam roller videos. Angela is working on meditation and yoga videos, and Nancy is developing CoreAlign exercise videos minus the CoreAlign.
All wellness class packages will be placed on hold during this time. An extension will be added on to any expiration dates of those packages once it is safe to begin onsite classes again. We thank you for your understanding.
You can stay up to date with any changes right here on our website at www.ascentphysicaltherapy.com or on our Facebook page at Ascent Physical Therapy & Wellness.
Click on this CDC link for their self check, what to do if you are sick help guide https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/if-you-are-sick/steps-when-sick.html
Thank you for your time, patience and understanding during these difficult times.
Kevin Bigley, PT, MSPT