This holiday season is going to look a little different for most of us however; there are still some ways to have some fun this holiday season from the comfort and safety of your own home!
Stay up to Date with Santa’s Reindeer
Check out what Santa’s reindeer are up to as they prepare for the big night with Reindeer Cam.
Candy Cane Hunt around the House
Another fun idea is a candy cane hunt! Add an extra special touch by getting extended family on Zoom or Facetime to read clues to the kiddos so you can still spend some time with family if they can’t be physically present.
Watch All Your Favorite Movies
Create your very own movie night and watch as many Christmas movies as your holly jolly heart can handle.
Camp Out under the Christmas Tree
End your night of holiday fun by camping out under your Christmas tree and add in a cup of cocoa (or two).
We hope you and your family are still able to find the magic and spirit of Christmas this holiday season. From all of us at CWJR, we wish you a Merry Christmas!
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The COVID-19 pandemic continues to be in the thoughts of many people. However, other health issues have not gone away. People are still getting back and neck pain, overuse injuries and hurt while at work. With concerns for both individual and loved one’s health remains a concern which keeps patients from seeking treatment.
PT clinics are a busy place with lots of people coming and going but now things are different. Here are some common changes CWJR has made to minimize the spread of COVID-19.
- Stopped utilizing our waiting room. Instead, our patients wait in their vehicles and call the front office when they arrive
- CWJR is utilizing separate entry and exit points
- CWJR screens patients and staff as they enter the building using questions, temperature checks, or other means
- CWJR has designated areas for each clinician and their patients to reduce contact between different groups of people
- Telehealth has become an option when appropriate for patients to reduce the number of patients physically present in the clinic
Our therapists are medical professionals who are trained to deal with infectious diseases including COVID-19. These changes have been implemented in order to continue delivering services while keeping staff and patients safe.
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