Neuhaus Foot and Ankle COVID-19 update

Neuhaus Foot and Ankle is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for our patients and team members. We are grateful for the exceptional care our dedicated team continues to provide. We are closely following the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations for preventing the spread of COVID-19 and to maintain the health of our patients, staff and offices.

 

We are taking extra precautions to promote a safe and healthy environment. We have always cleaned our offices daily and disinfected each exam room between patient visits. Our staff is also highly trained on proper instrument sterilization and personal hygiene.

Effective immediately we are doing the following:

 

 

 

We can all help to prevent spread of the virus by following these disease prevention tips during your visit at Neuhaus Foot and Ankle:

 

These measures are designed for your safety, our own safety, and the community around us. If you have any questions or concerns, please call us at 615-220-8788

Thank you for continuing to entrust us with your foot and ankle health. We are here for you.

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