Plan for COVID-19
Chesapeake Bay Aquatic & Physical Therapy has been documented by the state of Maryland, as well as the Department of Homeland Security, as an essential business. As a primary provider of essential health care, CBAY, along with other outpatient physical therapy providers, are a very important aspect of the health care system. Our treatments can help the public in many ways. Those include but are not limited to: decreasing the number of our patient’s MD visits and follow up visits which are needed; keeping patients’ pain level down and function level up in order to prosper each day; most importantly keep patients out of the hospital emergency rooms or allow them to put off elective surgeries to allow for much needed hospital space and decrease hospital resources which are precious amidst this global pandemic.
As we have been part of multiple Maryland communities for many years we take our role very seriously. The health and safety of our patients, family members, and staff is our number one goal. Please see our practices below to explain exactly how we are conducting our offices to ensure the utmost safety.
Sanitizing Method (using products recommended by the CDC):
Wiping down all equipment, plinths, and areas that patients come in contact with, as soon as they have completed treatment or have left the area.
What our staff is doing:
What we are asking of our patients:
We appreciate you working with us and allowing us to continue to take care of you and your needs in these trying times.
This too shall pass. Until then we are here for you.Please if you have any concerns or need anything from us to alleviate your worries, just ask us!
Danielle Goldstein, MPT, COO
Chesapeake Bay Aquatic & Physical Therapy