The health and safety of all Center for Pain Control patients is our primary focus. Therefore, we are monitoring the directives and guidelines put forth by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO)and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania officials to prevent the spread of Coronavirus (COVD-19).
We are taking steps to reduce the risk of transmission:
- Increased sanitation of our offices
- Making hand sanitizer available
- Asking those attending groups to use social distancing, respecting at least 4 ft of personal space, refrain from hugging and hand-holding
In addition, we ask that anyone who is feeling unwell, has flu-like symptoms or has been in contact with anyone who is suspected of having COVID-19 to refrain from visiting our offices until you are free from symptoms.
Our office will remain open and continue to accept patients.
The Center for Pain Control has well-established practices, policies, and procedures aimed at preventing the spread of infectious diseases. Our staff are prepared to both recognize warning signs and implement preventative measures to reduce risk. We are fortunate to have a strong and collaborative relationship with Penn State Health-St Joseph and Tower Health-Reading Hospital so we can easily coordinate with experts when a higher-level of acute medical care as needed.
Please contact the office if you have any questions about what services are currently being offered.