How are we ensuring we are Covid Secure?
In order to ensure a safe environment for all we have a few rules we must follow as advised by our governing body. Before you attend your session can you please have a read through so were all on the same page as we try and get accustomed to the new normal way of living.
There will be a pre-screening of all clients before entering the gym and clinic.
Please wait outside Reso 24 gym before your appointment as we no longer have a waiting area, at the time of your appointment I will come and meet you outside. We have a non-contact forehead thermometer at the gym so you will be asked to take a reading when entering the building.
Personal Protective Equipment must be work by patient and practitioner. – Could I ask that all clients wear a face mask.
Surfaces will be sterilized between appointments as always.
Im looking forward to helping you all get back to moving injury free.
Government Covid-19 Screening guidelines
This is the governments screening for covid-19, we have been advised by our governing body BASRaT (British Association of Sport Rehabilitators and Trainers) to use these as a guide to screen our clients for face to face (F2F) appointments.
Patients showing or experiencing the following must not be allowed a face to face appointment.
2.1 Patients who meet the following criteria (inpatient definition)
requiring admission to hospital (a hospital practitioner has decided that admission to hospital is required with an expectation that the patient will need to stay at least one night)
have either clinical or radiological evidence of pneumonia
or - acute respiratory distress syndrome
or - influenza like illness (fever ≥37.8°C and at least one of the following respiratory symptoms, which must be of acute onset: persistent cough (with or without sputum), hoarseness, nasal discharge or congestion, shortness of breath, sore throat, wheezing, sneezing
or - a loss of, or change in, normal sense of taste or smell (anosmia) in isolation or in combination with any other symptoms
Note: Clinicians should consider testing inpatients with new respiratory symptoms or fever without another cause or worsening of a pre-existing respiratory condition.
2.2 Patients who meet the following criteria and are well enough to remain in the community
new continuous cough
or - high temperature
or - a loss of, or change in, normal sense of taste or smell (anosmia)
Individuals with any of the above symptoms but who are well enough to remain in the community should follow the stay at home guidance and get tested.
Clinicians should be alert to the possibility of atypical presentations in patients who are immunocompromised.
Alternative clinical diagnoses and epidemiological risk factors should be considered.