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COVID-19 update

We are updating you on our clinical practice procedures.

We are all familiar with the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), and how it has begun to impact our community. We feel at Springtime Health and Wellness that it is important to connect with you to share what additional measures we are taking at our clinic to help keep you, our employees, our patients, and our community safe and healthy.

We feel for those who have been affected. The health and safety of our employees, patients, and visitors to our facility is our top priority. This is a rapidly-changing scenario that we are continuously monitoring, and while we continue to perform proper hand hygiene in accordance with CDC and OSHA guidelines, we are also adding more frequent disinfecting practices and hygienic measures to the already-rigorous infection control procedures of our daily operations.

In addition, we have removed our magazines rack and literature and our water cooler.  We do have water bottles available by request.

We do ask if you have a fever or are sick to reschedule your appointments.  We are taking each person’s temperature at the beginning of each appointment and ask you to use the hand sanitizer (located on the front desk) or to wash your hands before each appointment.

Patients are being scheduled 1 at a time.  We are scheduling enough time between each patient to clean.  We are completely disinfecting every surface area between patients.  This includes doors, handles, counters, pens, chairs, bathrooms.

We will be keeping you up to date on any other changes.

If you have any concerns, please let us know.

There are many ways to naturally boost your immune system.

  • Good hand washing habits.
  • Clean diet.  A clean diet can be achieved by avoiding refined sugars, bleached/ enriched flour, processed foods.
  • Rest.  Having adequate rest is also very important.  For adults that is about 8 hours a night.
  • Exercise. Getting regular exercise and movement for 30 minutes a day.  (This can be done by taking a walk.)
  • Fruits and vegetables.  Try adding these to your daily diet.
    • Vitamins: A,C, E, Beta-Carotene, and Selenium can be found in dark leafy green vegatables.
    • Zinc is found in red meats and eggs.
    • Magnesium is found in legumes.
  • Low stress.  (High Stress can also lower an immune system.)  Daily meditation, turning off the news, and daily practices of being thankful can help lower one’s stress levels.
  • Water.  Hydration is important in boosting the immune system. 8- 10 glasses a day.
  • Chiropractic Care.  Adjustments allow the nervous system to work more efficiently.

Keeping a strong healthy immune system is important to everyday life.

Please keep us updated if you have any questions.  We hope this finds you well.

Yours in Health

Dr. Jamie Lenz Springtime Health and Wellness Appointments: (608) 274-6200