May 19, 2020
We are still operating at reduced hours however we will work to accommodate your needs. Please continue to make appointments prior to coming in to assist with patient flow and allow us to clean and sanitize properly.
We have mask available upon request, please let us know if you would feel more comfortable with masks utilized during your appointment time.
At this time, massage services are available for current patients and those experiencing acute pain symptoms. Please call for further details.
March 26, 2020
Governor Tim Walz and the Department of Homeland Security have established chiropractic care as an essential service. We will remain open with limited hours. Mondays & Thursdays 2:00 am- 5:30 pm and Tuesdays and Fridays 7:00 am- 12:00 pm by appointment only for chiropractic services.
Further clarification regarding massage services...
MN Governor Tim Walz put into place Executive Order 20-04 and 20-08 which prohibits massage therapists from working at this time.
Both the ABMP & the AMT, the leading massage therapy associations in the US, have ordered their massage therapists to refrain from practicing at this time. The consequence is losing liability insurance and membership.
The state of Minnesota does not require massage therapists to produce proof of any formal education to practice massage, an issue for another day. For this reason there may still be massage services in operation but please know that this means: 1. They are breaking the executive order putting you and others at risk, 2. They are most likely not formally trained in massage, and 3. They are not covered by any liability insurance.
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March 19, 2020
We will remain open for the foreseeable future. We are reviewing suggested guidelines from the CDC daily, and will make decisions based on the recommendations of the MN Department of Health. Currently, they are not recommending closures of healthcare facilities. We are aware that this is changing rapidly.
We feel the best way to support our community at this time is to decrease the number of patients who are going to the clinic for musculoskeletal complaints. Currently our healthcare system is performing overtime and our healthcare professionals are doing everything they can in an effort to control this pandemic. Unfortunately that also means that as many resources as possible are being pushed towards battling this ongoing outbreak and trying to get ahead of it. Chiropractic care is a proven mechanism for reducing many musculoskeletal complaints.
In our clinic, we are taking extreme cleaning measures to disinfect between each patient, wiping down all beds and equipment, as the well-being of our patients is the number one priority. Please continue to wash your hands especially before coming into the clinic and call ahead if you are experiencing ANY signs of illness.
As the pandemic is heading towards our city and county, there have been people who are trying to help our community and we would like to support them as much as we can. Throughout the length of this outbreak, we will be donating all exam fees to these efforts that are helping to provide groceries, supplies and other necessities to our community members who should not be out and about.
Dr. Landon Olson, DC
March 17, 2020
Per the recommendation of the Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals and by the executive order by our Governor, all massage services are suspended at this time.