Dear Valued Patient and Community member,
Thank you for your continued support and patience as we navigate the rapidly evolving scenario that surrounds coronavirus , during this unprecedented time
Revolution Rehabilitation, PC WILL remain open normal hours in both of our locations to serve our patients and community. Revolution rehab is committed to ensuring the health and safety of our patients and staff and want to sure you that we are closely following all precautions as advised by the CDC.
To our valued Revolution Rehabilitation patients:
If you’ve been watching the news, you’re probably already aware that the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the United States is growing. As a precautionary measure, we’d like to offer some recommendations and information about coronavirus as it relates to your care. Please read through the following FAQ and let us know if you have any questions or concerns.
Am I at risk? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) offered the following advice:
What are the symptoms?
Symptoms of coronavirus include:
I'm only feeling a little sick. What should I do?
While it may be tempting to come in for your treatment if you “just have a cough,” we do ask that you reschedule your appointment if you are feeling at all sick. In the meantime (and if your strength allows), continue with your prescribed home exercise program, and reach out to your therapist via phone or in-app messaging if you have any questions.
For a helpful set of recommendations on how to keep yourself and others protected from COVID-19 and other respiratory diseases year-round, follow this link.
We appreciate your willingness to help us with this matter.
Wishing you good health,
The Revolution Rehabilitation Team
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