Tips To Keep You And Your Family Safe & Healthy During Phase 2 - Safe At Home

We are not out of the woods yet with COVID- 19.  Here are tips to keep you and your family safe and healthy during PHASE 2 - Safer at Home:

  • Mask Coverings At Aim High ChiropracticStay home if you exhibit symptoms- fever, coughing, sneezing, runny nose or fatigue
  • Wash hands at least once an hour
  • Sneeze into your elbows
  • Wave or bow instead of a handshake
  • Practice social distancing of 6 feet
  • Sleep at least 7-9 hours a night
  • Daily exercise- continue to stay active If you have been prescribed rehab or corrective care exercises, continue to perform it as directed
  • Sun exposure- at least 15 minutes a day to boost your immunity
  • Visit with friends and friends “online” as much as possible
  • Healthy eating- make your meals at least fifty percent fruit and vegetables
  • Hydration- drink at least 8 cups of water a day
  • Positive thoughts- it is very important to think good thoughts during times of stress
  • Deep breathing exercise or meditation
  • Supplements- multi, probiotics and stress support
  • Chiropractic adjustments can relieve your pain and boost your immune system

When you arrive at Aim High, please wait in your car and call us. We ask you to stay in your car and wait. We will let you know when to come in.

Be a NINJA- wear your mask when you come into Aim High or any public place

Aim High Chiropractic will continue to follow strict deep cleaning procedures to keep us and our patients safe.  We commit to:

  • Book special times to see the elderly or immunocompromised
  • Wipe down tables and contact points after each patient
  • Wipe down pens and surfaces touched by patients
  • Keep patients separated 6 feet in the therapy area and reception room
  • Thermometer- we will be taking temperatures of EVERYONE
  • Screen all patients for COVID-19 risks and symptoms

Aim High locations:

Aurora | 303.577.2040
Denver | 303.922.2977
Wheat Ridge | 303.423.1925
DTC | 303.990.0150

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