Liberty Rehab - June 2020

JUNE 2020


NORTH CENTRAL 415 Embassy Oaks Dr. #202, San Antonio, TX 78216 210.490.4738

NORTHEAST 2130 NE Loop 410, Ste #212, San Antonio, TX 78217 210.656.5848

SOUTHSIDE 2600 SW Military Dr. #206, San Antonio, TX 78224 210.922.6292


excited to let you know that we’ve now implemented telehealth services for your convenience. Telehealth is a fairly new concept, but it’s growing more popular every day. For those who don’t know, telehealth is a virtual, live visit with your physical therapist via videoconferencing. It allows them to walk you through your normal exercises and rehabilitation similar to how they would in person. It’s a fantastic way to keep up with your recovery plan while remaining in the safety of your home. Call our office or visit our website, and we’ll help you get set up with telehealth. In an effort to provide even more communication to our patients during a time when it’s so important, members of our team have been posting useful information and tips on our Facebook page every week. You can find advice for staying healthy, information about telehealth, ways to have a positive mindset, and much more on our page. You’ll even gain unique insights and perspectives because the information comes from a variety of team members. We’d love for you to interact with our team via Facebook so we can continue posting the content you’re most interested in seeing.

I'm writing this newsletter in the middle of April, and it’s hard to predict what might change by the time you’re reading these words in June. But the current state of the world is one of uncertainty and has a lot of people stressed, so it’s important to update our clients and let them know that Liberty Rehab Specialists is still open for business to help our patients get the care they need. We’re incredibly grateful that many physical therapy offices have been deemed essential businesses, meaning we can keep our doors open. Health care services have been given permission to continue serving patients, especially if doing so keeps them from visiting hospitals and urgent care facilities, where the risks of contracting COVID-19 are higher. Each of our locations is still fully staffed, so if you’d like to continue your physical therapy treatment in person, we’re ready for you. We continue to closely monitor and follow all recommendations made by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention so our environment is as safe for our patients and staff as it can be. We’re continuously disinfecting common areas and equipment after every use, and we wear masks and gloves when working with patients. However, if you’re uncomfortable with leaving your home right now, we’re

to provide even more information to our patients. Each week, you’ll find insightful new writing on the blog page of our website, or you can tune in for a live webinar led by one of our experts. They’ll be addressing a new topic, like managing back pain or understanding joint pain, each week. These webinars are a great chance for our patients to be interactive with our therapists and get answers to some of their general questions about their health and therapy. Through this pandemic, it’s so important for each of us to stay in touch however we can. Whether it’s reaching out to loved ones on a daily basis or making sure you never miss an appointment with your therapist, now is the time to stay connected. We’ll make it through this by working together, so don’t hesitate to reach out if you need us.

We also launched a new series of blog posts and webinars in late April

–Mary Lou Lugo


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