After a very hopeful last few months with Covid community infection rates going down, we are starting to see a rise in cases again, largely due to the more infectious Delta variant. We will continue to mask in our clinics and all patients coming into the clinic will need to wear a mask. Please wear your mask over your mouth and nose. Our sanitary stations are located throughout the clinics. We are using gel or washing hands as often now as we did at the start of the pandemic. Patients are asked to continue wearing masks and washing hands. We encourage you to get a COVID vaccination, if you are not already vaccinated, for your own safety and the safety of all who are around you.
September Pain Awareness Month
Week 1 – September 1-5, 2018
September is Pain Awareness Month!
It is a time to raise awareness through mass media, public forums, and other sources so that chronic pain may be more readily recognized, better understood without the traditional stigma attached, and more fittingly treated and managed. Eighty organizations worked together to fulfill the mission of the Partners for Understanding Pain. To learn more about the history of the Pain Awareness month Click here: