I know you’re all closely watching the new developments in the COVID-19 pandemic and I imagine you’ve seen the recent guidelines that suggest that social distancing is one of the most effective tools we have right now to contain the spread of the virus. While social distancing may feel isolating and it is most certainly disruptive to our routines, it is clearly one of the best ways that we can all help drive down the spread of the virus and make sure that those who need care will be able to receive it. In this way, social distancing is not only a good medical strategy, it is also a responsible and compassionate strategy to benefit the greater good.
For this reason I have decided to move all patient sessions to video or phone for the next few weeks. Our schedule will stay exactly the same, but we will have our sessions via phone, or encrypted video conferencing through my video program VSee (https://vsee.com/s/5ddb1b49b5fdf). We can use FaceTime or phone as a backup option. If, for any reason, you'd rather come in person, please reach out to me to discuss further, and I will do everything I can to meet your needs.
Please see practice forms to obtain and complete a consent for telehealth (video) sessions, or you can ask my assistant Eric Scott Kincaid for the form.
I’m here to answer any questions or help in any way I can, so please reach out and let me know how you’re doing.