As healthcare providers, we at Luna are especially aware of patient concerns about the coronavirus. One impact of such fear is avoiding public spaces, such as a clinic or doctor’s office. At physical therapy clinics across the nation, patients are canceling their appointments. This hurts the clinic’s business, and more importantly, prevents patients from receiving essential healthcare services when they need it.
On-Demand Physical Therapy: A Healthy Alternative for Clinics and Patients
With on-demand physical therapy from Luna, patients can:
Receive quality care in the privacy and safety of their own home. “I’m glad I made the switch [to Luna] because of the fact that the therapist comes to me instead of driving to the PT clinic, traffic, then find parking and wait in line to check-in, etc.,” says G.S., a Luna patient in Menifee, Calif.
Get more one-on-one time with a board-certified physical therapist. “I could tell right away how dedicated [the PT] was to MY goal,” says Chris W. a Luna patient in Los Angeles. “In the past, with other companies, it seemed like a ‘cookie-cutter’ approach to the care, which really isn’t care. Anyone can read and follow instructions. What is the most crucial part of recovery is the ‘hands-on’ from a well trained, educated, accredited physical therapist.”
Enjoy Concierge-level service. “I absolutely love the convenience—evening and weekend appointments available, they come to your place, they deal with insurance,” says Yulia K. a Luna patient in San Jose, Calif. “I will definitely recommend Luna to friends and family!”
Additionally, Luna ensures:
Luna therapists are trained on using proper cleaning techniques and disinfectants
Patients are not scheduled for an appointment if they are experiencing cold or flu-like symptoms
Luna therapists who report cold or flu like symptoms are not scheduled to treat patients
Get Help and Healing Right at Your Door
As Julie McMurry, MPH referenced in her recent COVID-19 article, “Hospitals are hot spots for transmission; get your vaccinations at a pharmacy rather than at the doctor. Find ways to do your physical therapy at home if possible.”