We at Moliver Chiropractic hope that you are well and coping as best as possible. We are here to continue to serve all of your healthcare needs.
During this time, Please call (704)896-3435 us with any health-related concerns, and Dr. Seth Moliver will personally call you back usually within 24 hours, sooner if needed.
WE WOULD LIKE TO KEEP YOU OUT OF URGENT CARE CLINICS AND THE EMERGENCY ROOM!
As we continue to monitor the coronavirus situation, we will be updating our procedures to continue to provide our patients with the opportunity to receive care. As such, we will be adding the following safety procedures:
- We will reduce the number of chairs in the waiting lobby in order to create more social distancing.
- We will be asking questions on your arrival about any travel you have had within the last 14 days. We may ask these questions over the phone as well.
- We will request that only the patients with an appointment enter the clinic. Please do not bring guests or ask them to wait in the car or outside when possible.
- Patients may also wait in their cars outside the clinic and call us when you have arrived. We will then call you when it is your appointment time and we are ready.
- We will be offering patients the opportunity to purchase supplements and supplies via phone. You may then park outside and we can carry your purchase to your car.
- Patients will be offered the opportunity to have a payment method on file and be advanced scheduled in order to create no stopping at the front desk. You can also do this over the phone before your visit.
- We are also offering our patients an opportunity to contact Dr. Seth via email with any health questions or concerns. His email is [email protected]
- If you are sick or have a fever, please stay at home
ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION
Yes, we all have a lot on our minds, and stress is high. No doubt, you’ve been cooped up and possibly feel lonely and overwhelmed. You are not alone. It is completely natural to have some feelings of anxiety, fear, and loneliness. To combat these feelings, remember to eat healthy proteins, fruits and vegetables, get outdoors, exercise, interact with family, play games, laugh, and give yourself a break from electronic devices (especially the news!).