Our response to the COVID-19 situation
At Peake Physical Therapy, we are dedicated to caring for our patients while ensuring their safety and the safety of the greater community.
Both our Training House and Coppermine Racquet and Fitness location are open and operating!
- Monday through Thursday 8am – 7pm.
- Friday 8am – 2pm
At this time, our Maryland Club location is closed until further notice.
We are strictly following all CDC guidelines regarding infection prevention measures and sanitation.
- Medical grade anti-viral disinfectant used before and after each patient on all:
- Beds, equipment, tools, surfaces, and doorknobs
- Doors left open as appropriate
- Strict hand-hygiene protocols
- Face coverings while inside the clinic
- New social distancing procedures:
- Family members are asked to wait outside or in the car
- Optimized therapist and patient scheduling to decrease clinic density
- Two clinics open, each with measures to allow appropriate spacing
- Weather-permitting use of outdoor space
- Updated check-in and waiting room procedures
- Symptom and potential exposure screening
Patient Screening, per CDC guidelines:
- If you have traveled overseas in the past few weeks, we ask that you stay home 14 days after returning, monitor your health and practice social distancing. We’d love to set up a virtual visit with you!
- Anyone sick with a fever, cough, or shortness of breath should contact their primary care physician before coming to physical therapy
In order to service our patients during the quarantine, we have mobilized our resources and are now offering virtual PT telehealth sessions for those who are not comfortable coming in person. We are working to minimize any lag of treatment for our patients to help them return to their lives.
- HIPAA-compliant, secure video/audio system with easy patient log in
- Speak directly with your therapist, who will have you perform screening tests and work with you to determine the best treatment course
- Perform corrective exercises and functional training under guidance from your PT
- Take control of your symptoms!
Most insurers cover telehealth, including:
- United Healthcare
- Carefirst BCBS
United Healthcare, Carefirst BCBS and Aetna are waiving patient costs for telehealth! What does this mean for you?
- No copays or coinsurance for telehealth PT
- If you have a deductible, you do not have to meet it to have services paid by your insurer for telehealth
- Medicare now allows telehealth by PTs!