Covid-19 Safety At Your Local Foot Clinic
With the high streets opening back up and people beginning to venture out of their houses a little more, lockdown is finally lifting. Here at Northwich Foot Clinic we were delighted to reopen recently for the provision of limited services during this difficult time.
We are, however, fully aware of the concerns you may have about the ongoing pandemic and the safety of attending the clinic for foot care or therapy treatments. It’s a difficult balancing act between the immediate need to stay safe during the Covid-19 crisis, and the longterm and ongoing needs of your health, and the necessity of treating immediate problems.
Local Foot Clinic Appointments In Safety
If you have an ingrown toenail it may not seem worth braving the outside world to get it sorted, while that persistent back pain is something you can manage for the time being. Yet we feel very strongly that you shouldn’t be forced into the either/or position of having to choose between staying safe and taking care of your wellbeing.
We have screens in the treatment rooms and also in reception to ensure you are protected. In reception, you will find hand sanitiser and all our staff are all using masks. Meanwhile, clinicians continue to use aprons and gloves and packs of sterilised instruments as always.
To ensure everyone’s safety we are also asking all visitors to the clinic to use masks while with us. In addition, we are leaving longer gaps between clients to help you all abide by social distancing guidelines, and to allow time for cleaning all chairs, doors etc, and the reception desk and card machine after every client.