COVID - 19 UPDATE
March 18, 2020
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Newcomb Clinic COVID – 19 Update

4-7-20      We are continuing to receive calls asking if we are open.  The answer is yes; we are open.  We will remain open and seeing patients as long as our staff is healthy.  If you need an appointment, please call us and we will be happy to help you.  If you are feeling ill, please stay home and follow the CDC recommendations on self-quarantine. 

3-30-20     Symptoms of COVID-19 are similar and overlap with symptoms of more common problems seen this time of year including Flu, Cold, and Allergies.  Click below for a comparison chart from the Oklahoma State Department of Health between COVID-19 vs. Cold vs. Flu vs. Allergies.  Our plan, as long as our staff is healthy, is to remain open and treat our patients.   We are continuing to take extra precautions including extra waiting areas to maintain distancing and extra cleaning and disinfecting. 

                    COVID-19  Symptom Comparison 

3-27-20     Chiropractic care IS considered essential by Governor Stitt’s guidelines.  Our plan, as long as our staff is healthy, is to remain open and treat our patients.   We are continuing to take extra precautions including extra waiting areas to maintain distancing and extra cleaning and disinfecting. 

3-18-20     It is our intention to stay open with our normal business hours.   We are making some procedural changes to help combat the spread of the virus.  We have stepped up our cleaning practices and have multiple waiting areas to help maintain social distancing.  Click here for more information from the CDC on how to protect yourself and help stop the spread of the virus.  If you have a fever or cough we ask that you please remain at home; however, if you are symptom free we encourage you to keep your appointment as chiropractic manipulation with proper nerve and blood flow help maintain a healthy immune system.  While little is known on how to treat this specific virus, there are several supplements that are often taken to help boost the immune system.  A few examples would include a multi-vitamin/multi-mineral, echinacea, lysine, and elderberry. 

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