Coping with Covid-19: All Ease Chiropractic
With the Coronavirus/Covid-19 pandemic wreaking havoc across the globe, it seems no one is immune from making major changes in their lives both personally and professionally. Beech Tree News (BTN) is grateful for other businesses in our community that, when facing challenges related to Covid-19, have risen to be a bright spot during a difficult time. Recently, BTN asked many local businesses how the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted them. In a recent series of articles, we have featured those businesses that have responded. In this article, we feature All Ease Chiropractic, LLC.
On March 20, Governor Beshear ordered the closing of many businesses considered non-essential across the state of Kentucky. Despite the work of many, including the Kentucky Association of Chiropractors to lobby for reopening, All Ease remained closed until the week of April 27. At the time, Dr. Vicky Lease, DC said “the adjustment is powerful in helping immunity. Improved health would help to keep numbers down for any illness or disease.”
We would love to help those with hurt back or neck or headaches and keep them out of other doctor offices, she added.
Now, with All Ease open again, there have been some new protocols put into place, as well as a continuance of good practice they have always done.
“We have always done our best to space out patients and regularly wiped down tables and washed or hands anyway. We have been a low volume practice and have a small staff,” Lease explains.
In addition, now patients must wear a mask when entering the office. It can be a cloth, surgical or other face covering. They also have some available at the office. Patients must wait in their car until their appointment and only the patient is allowed in the office-with the exception of parents with a minor or a family receiving treatment. Appointments are spread out and telemedicine is also available, as needed.