I.P.’s Adjustments Amidst COVID19

We know everyone is inundated and overwhelmed with information right now, so we want to keep our updates succinct, and help contribute to keeping calm amongst the chaos.

Here’s the short of what you need to know about your sessions at Integrative Physiotherapy as we navigate this time of uncertainty: 

  • Unless otherwise enforced/announced, we are remaining cautiously open for in-person sessions at both Fort Collins and Wellington locations. See details below.
  • We have ramped up our sanitation procedures & frequency in the clinic. We also ask that if you come in for a session to please wash your hands upon entering the facility and remain 6-feet distance from other patients. More details below.
  • If you have a session and are feeling sick at all or are in contact with someone who has been sick, please stay home. We are rolling out options for tele-sessions and consults effective 3/18/2020. See details below.
  • Be proactive, wash your hands, continue to move your mind and mind your movement. Let us know how we can help!
  • There will not be more than 10 people in the clinic at once, until recommendations indicate otherwise. You are encouraged to text us to let us know you have arrived for a session and wait in your car until your therapist is ready to begin your session.
  • Stay 6 feet from others when in clinic
  • Wash hands before and after sessions
  • Wipe down any equipment used during sessions
  • WELLINGTON: You will need to be let in, even if you are a gym member. As gyms are closed to the public, your key fob will not work for entry for the next 30 days. Please text when you have arrived.
  • If you feel sick, know someone who is sick, stay home!
  • We will be offering the option of live video sessions and phone consults to prevent regression while practicing social distancing. You know we’re creative so we can keep you on track in quarantine!
  • Call or email to designate an existing appointment as a video session, or to schedule a virtual session.
  • Currently, Medicare is the only insurance that is across the board not allowing physical therapy tele-sessions. You can write your congressmen here in a pre-formatted letter (you only have to enter in your name and contact info!) to request they lift the restriction.
  • For other insurance or pricing options, call or email.
  • We are able to offer virtual sessions via 
    • GoToMeeting
    • Google Duo
    • Google Meet
    • Facetime
  • We have been assured if our providers get to a place where they are conducting these sessions from a home environment, that our virtual documentation software is HIPAA compliant.