PROTOCOL TO FOLLOW DURING YOUR APPOINTMENT

In the current decline of the Covid-19 virus, it remains important to ensure your well-being and sense of security during your appointment. The CNESST recommends that we keep using the quality mask in a confined space.  Following this recommendation and due to the proximity with you, wearing a quality mask will remain mandatory in my working area.

Before you schedule your appointment, make sure that you don’t show any symptoms associated with Covid-19, cold or flu (runny nose, cough, fever, sore throat or headache, difficulty breathing and loss of smell and taste), that you are not diagnosed with COVID-19 or waiting for results and you not in contact with a confirmed or a suspected case of COVID-19 within the last 10 days.

Appointments will be spaced to give me time to disinfect equipment, the washroom, if used, and properly ventilate the work area.

When booking an appointment, you will be informed if it is better to postpone it. The day before, I will check with you if there are any changes in your health. On the morning of your appointment, if there are any symptoms (cold, flu or Covid-19), please let me know and we will reschedule your appointment.

I will greet you wearing a quality mask and protective eyewear.  At arrival, I will provide you with a quality mask.  You will have to clean your hands with sanatizing gel. Slippers will also be available for your comfort.

You will be able to remove your mask when you are in prone position (lying on your stomach) and when your face is massaged. A space will be available for you to leave your personal belongings.  An air purifier will be running throughout your visit and, weather permitting, the windows will be open to ventilate the room.

The restroom will be cleaned and disinfected and a clean towel will be provided.  The wearing of a quality mask will be required. 

Before leaving, I will ask you to place the slippers on the shoe tray, disinfect your hands with the sanitizer gel and I will open and close the door for you.

Until your next appointment, good health and looking forward in seeing you again!

Latest update: May 14th 2022