We’re so happy to announce some extremely positive news – Trupti Mehta at Manual Medicine Spine & Sports Physical Therapy has received both Covid-19 vaccinations.
As a business we have remained open throughout lockdown and beyond, and been busy treating a lot of people at our clinic Downtown.
Our staff now have added protection (since getting both the first and second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine) for both clients and themselves, and we are all looking forward with a positive outlook.
There has, obviously, been a concern with some of our patients and especially the elderly population, which is only natural. As a business we have remained open throughout lockdown and beyond, and have been busy treating a lot of people at our clinic in Downtown DC as well as doing some mobile home visits.
But we have seen more people coming to the clinic for treatment after they have had their own vaccines and now, with our Physical Therapist also receiving her shots, it adds another layer of protection and safety for everyone.
This is another step forward, and a major one for us all, to get back to some normality. We would all like to thank the DC Department of Health for the efficiency with which they rolled out the vaccine program for health care professionals and others.
We felt safe and secure in getting the vaccine and it means all our patients know they are coming to us for treatment safely. We look forward to telling everyone about the experience when they visit us!
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If you’re in pain and would like to talk to us about getting some help, some specialist advice, or if you are looking for a diagnosis, remember we are always here to help you.
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