Tricia and Monica hope you are doing well and keeping safe during this stressful time. The clinic is now open and we would love to see you again.
The COVID pandemic is still ongoing, so we are following government advice to open slowly. This allows us all to monitor what getting back in contact looks like and to assess risks as necessary to effectively manage any infection spikes in the community without having to compromise your health or the economy.
Tricia Twogood, PT
Tricia is currently offering virtual appointments and you can book with her here.
Monica Noy, RMT, OST
Monica is now open for in-person appointments and you can book with her here.
Changes Monica has made to accommodate a slow, careful opening include:
- A maximum of 45 minutes of hands-on contact time.
- Extended time between clients.
- 60-minute appointments will include a 15-minute virtual assessment for new clients, or for current clients with a new problem or when a more detailed reassessment is required.
- Follow-up appointments will be 45 minutes in length unless a new issue requires further assessment.
Infection Control Protocols
Please find more information on the Government, College and Association protocols used by MOVE Pain Care here.
When you book an in-person appointment, information about the steps we are taking and what we require from you will be sent to you. Here is a synopsis:
- A consent form for virtual appointments is required and will be sent to you.
- A COVID screen is required prior to each in-person appointment for both the therapist and client.
- Masks are mandatory in the clinic space and throughout treatment.
- If you do not have a mask, one will be provided for a small fee.
- If you cannot wear a mask a risk assessment will be conducted, but treatment may be postponed.
- Hand washing and/or sanitizing is required upon entering the clinic space.
- Hand washing and/or sanitizing is required by the therapist before each treatment and as required throughout the treatment.
- If you did not see this happen, please ask the therapist to visibly sanitize their hands prior to treatment.
If there is information you feel is missing or need clarification on, please don’t hesitate to ask Monica or Tricia to provide.
We look forward to seeing you either virtually or in-person.
Monica Noy and Tricia Twogood