At 3Dimensional Physical Therapy, we are committed to your health and safety. We understand that these are very uncertain times and there are a multitude of factors to consider when determining which activities you participate in. We want to be sure that we are meeting your needs for recovery as well as safety during this period of restrictions.

Through this time, we will continue to see patients and are taking extra precautions to help mitigate the risk of virus transmission at our facility. We are diligently cleaning between patients and are decontaminating all of our equipment between uses. We are sanitizing pens, screens, and all other equipment that you might come in contact with during your visit.

Our therapists are washing regularly and are intentionally avoiding unnecessary contact. While we are tailoring our behaviors to reduce risk, we are also choosing care strategies that optimize your recovery outcomes. We are beginning a screening process to ask critical information of our patients before their session. This is to help keep you and all of our patients and staff safe during this crisis. We trust in your honest responses to be sure we can continue to provide critical care for our patients.

Please reach out to us with concerns about scheduling. We are committed to doing our part to keep our community safe and will work with you to navigate your individual needs.

We understand that many patients have to blend the need to stay safe and healthy with the need to see functional improvement. While much of our lives are on hold, we cannot let our physical health slip. Delaying care can often lead to long-term issues and we want to be sure you get the best function possible. 
We are now offering affordable virtual sessions to help keep you moving during this time. While there are no restrictions on cash-pay options for virtual care, insurance companies are starting to cover that care as well. 
Don’t let the “Stay home, stay healthy” directive limit your rehab progress. Reach out to us to discuss your options. 

Chad McCann, DPT, CSCS