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COVID-19

All Olympic Sports and Spine Clinics are Open

We are taking every measure possible to keep you, our therapists and staff healthy during the COVID-19 situation. 

Governor Inslee has designated Physical, Occupational and Massage Therapy as “essential” services, meaning that Olympic Sports & Spine will continue to be open and that patients can continue to make and attend rehabilitation appointments as needed.

Olympic Sports and Spine is actively monitoring the news and coordinating with our MultiCare partners to stay abreast of the challenging developments surrounding COVID-19.  Our protocols are constantly being updated as information is released.


Now Offering Teleheatlh Appointments

Olympic Sports & Spine is pleased to offer Teleheatlh visits during the COVID-19 outbreak. Telehealth visits are delivered over the internet from our computers to your computer or smartphone. This is a great, alternative way to receive therapy and support social distancing priorities.

While Telehealth is a good option for continued rehabilitation, it is not a replacement for an in-clinic appointment. Receiving therapy in the clinic is still the best option. However, we understand that some patients are unable to come into our clinics or are choosing not to participate in face to face appointments at this time.  If you are one of those patients, we hope that you will consider Telehealth appointments.

ATTENTION MEDICARE PATIENTS
Telehealth is not a covered benefit for Medicare Insurance Plans. Olympic Sports & Spine is offering Telehealth services at a rate of $1.00/minute. Standard Physical and Occupational Therapy sessions are 40 minutes in length. The actual time billed will be based on the elapsed time providing the telehealth service. Olympic Sports & Spine will invoice the patient directly and will not submit a claim to Medicare for processing.


March 24, 2020

Olympic Sports & Spine thanks you for trusting us with your rehabilitation.  We are committed to continuing to assist you, even during the current Corona Virus crisis.

Governor Inslee has designated Physical, Occupational and Massage Therapy as “essential” services, meaning that Olympic Sports & Spine will continue to be open and that patients can continue to make and attend rehabilitation appointments as needed.

You will find that we have modified our schedules a bit to decrease the number of patients and staff in the clinic at any one time.  Social distancing is a priority.  This may reduce the availability of appointment options, but the team will work to find a schedule that works best for you.

Finally, we also want you to know that we have just strengthened our personal hygiene, clinic hygiene, patient screening and social distancing procedures to help keep our clinics safe.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to let us know.

Thank you.

Olympic Sports & Spine


March 20, 2020

In continued efforts to help stop the spread of COVID-19, and to ensure the health and safety of our patients and staff, all OSS clinics will be implementing a new procedure to screen all patients, visitors and staff prior to entering our facilities.

Clinic Patient and Visitor Restrictions

Olympic Sports and Spine has established the following patient and Visitor Restrictions at all our facilities. We are taking these measures to help keep people safe and slow the spread of COVID-19.

Additionally, we are asking that only patients and, at most,  a single caregiver (if required for minors) enter the clinic. 

Signs will be placed on the entry doors of all OSS facilities asking patients and visitors to stop and answer the following questions.

If you can answer “Yes” to both of the following questions, please phone the clinic for instructions before you come in for your appointment

  • Have you traveled to or has been in direct contact with anyone who has returned from China, South Korean, Japan, Italy, Spain or Iran within the past 14 days?
  • Are you experiencing any symptoms of a respiratory illness such as fever, new acute severe cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, running nose, body aches, or chills, that is not allergy related?
  • Have you been in contact with someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19?

Upon entry to the clinic you may be asked additional questions as part of our screening process.

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Center

We know many of you have questions and concerns about Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in your community, so we encourage you to go to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Center on the MultiCare website for additional information about this virus.

Illness due to COVID-19 infection is generally mild, especially for children and young adults.  However, it can cause serious illness, so it is important to be informed about how to protect yourself and others.

Feeling sick, but not sure if you should go to the doctor? Use the MultiCare Assessment Tool to help you decide if you need to be seen.

All Olympic Sports & Spine Clinics are Open (In Clinic & Telehealth). Read our latest COVID-19 updates.
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