The Nova Scotia Association of Osteopaths received confirmation yesterday afternoon that their reopening plan/criteria were approved by the NS Chief Medical Officer. As we collectively move toward reopening, I have been wrestling with trying to find the most timely and fair way to reschedule everyone who needs care and had their appointments cancelled by the pandemic.
To that end, if you would like to be rescheduled, please fill out this form (click link to go to form).
I plan to reopen gradually starting on June 11 (I do need some time now that we have the approved reopening plan to ensure that I am equipped and organized to follow all the necessary protocols).
It has been a long lonely road while we collectively battle COVID-19.
First, I want to express continued gratitude to our first responders, our medical community and all those in the front lines who have kept us safe, cared for our health, and kept us nourished.
The NS government recently announced that unregulated health professions could begin reopening as early as June 5, if they were ready. At this moment, to my knowledge, the Nova Scotia Association of Osteopaths has not yet received approval from the Chief Medical Officer on the association’s re-opening plan.
I am anxious to get back to work helping to relieve suffering in this beautiful community… stay tuned!