Patient Safety During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The safety and health of our patients remains our top priority at SpineOne. We’re taking the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic seriously.

We are taking extra preventative measures to protect our patients, teammates and everyone who enters our facility to keep them safe and healthy.

We Are Continuing to Offer Care for Back, Neck, & Joint Pain

Telehealth Appointments are Available

Telehealth During Coronavirus

SpineOne remains open during our normal business hours of Monday through Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM. We’re continuing to accept new patients, with the option to have visits conducted via phone or a video chat. These appointments will be available for initial consultations, follow-ups, imaging reviews, and other outpatient appointments.

Patients will not need to have any special technology for a phone appointment; the patient can call in for their appointment on either a smartphone or a landline phone.

To schedule an appointment, call 303-367-2225 or contact us via our website.

We’re Taking Extra Precautions for In-Person Visits

Health Precautions for COVID-19

Some appointments and treatments will require a visit to our clinic. In these cases, SpineOne will be screening all patients that come to our clinic to check for symptoms of COVID-19. Patient health screenings will occur on the phone (prior to their arrival), during pre-admission testing phone call, and again at check-in.

Our teammates will respect your space and will warmly greet you without a handshake. We will allow for adequate space between our teammates and customers (3-6 feet) during in-person interactions. Patients and family members are asked to sanitize their hands prior to being taken back to a patient care area.

Our teammates are dedicated to hand washing between personal interactions and as many times as possible throughout the day. We encourage our patients to join us with frequent hand washing and the use of hand sanitizers.

Patient Resources for COVID-19

The COVID-19 virus emerged in China in 2019. Since then, it spread around the world. Let’s learn more about this virus, how it spread, and how to minimize your exposure to it.

What Should I Do if I Feel Sick?

If you have a visit scheduled and are having symptoms (fever, cough, fatigue, difficulty breathing) or have had recent contact with someone exhibiting symptoms, we ask you to stay home and reschedule your appointment with us for another time. Consult your primary physician for advice on getting care for your symptoms

If you would like to reschedule your appointment, or inquire about telehealth options, call our schedulers at 303-367-2225. The most updated information on telehealth visits at SpineOne and our other measures for patient safety during the COVID-19 outbreak will be made available on this page.