Fox Physical Therapy Teladoc Services

April 1, 2020
April 1, 2020 foxphysical

Fox Physical Therapy Now Serving Patients in Miami and Boca Raton Through Teladoc-Telerehabilitation

We are currently keeping our doors open, and have launched our teladoc-telerehabilitation program to allow patients to continue their care without coming into the office. We understand how important it is to receive treatment and we have created the ability for therapists and patients to interact.

How to Schedule Physical Therapy Telreab

You have the option to speak on the phone or over a phone app called Simple Practice. Our program is HIPPA compliant and will be a video conference call with a therapist. We accept all major insurance carriers and now most insurance companies are now covering teladoc-telerehabilitation.  We can put you will be seen by a doctor one on one.

If you are interested in telehealth please call our main office 305-735-8901, and we can get you scheduled.

What is Fox Physical Therapy doing to prevent transmission of the Coronavirus?

As a health care company, we feel it is our duty to take part in helping to reduce the spread of the virus. We also understand that some patients really need treatment right now, especially if you had recent surgery, accident, or otherwise that is severely impacting your ability to function. As such, we will remain open to ensure patients get the care they need. We want to let you know that we are doing everything in our power to provide a clean and safe environment for our patients. This includes all staff washing hands in between patients, wearing gloves, masks if available, and constant cleaning of all surfaces with a disinfectant that kills coronaviruses. We will also be following the guidelines in regard to social distancing and ensuring that patients maintain a reasonable distance from others.

What can You do to help prevent the spread of Coronavirus?

If you are a patient of Fox Physical Therapy and you feel any symptoms, PLEASE do not come in for therapy. According to the World Health Organization, the three most common symptoms are fever, dry cough, and fatigue. Shortness of breath is an additional symptom that may indicate a more difficult situation. Take a look at the symptoms chart below for further detail. Current guidelines state that if you are feeling symptomatic, then please engage in a self-quarantine and contact your medical provider from your home.