From March 24th until April 6th 2020, our clinic hours will be
Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 8:30am – 12:30pm.

We will be holding nutrition appointments by phone.  We will only be seeing patients in the office that are in acute situations, while the Governor’s Shelter In Place Directive is in place.

An acute case example:

  • Pain levels 7+/10
  • Patient mentally/emotionally or neurologically will take a significant step back without care and potentially lose a healing window of opportunity without getting care.

During this time, if you are coming to the office, please adhere to CDC guidelines about recent travel, fevers, etc.  Please feel free to call when you arrive (513) 931-4300 and we will tell you if a room is open or call you back when a room is available.  This will alleviate any concerns about waiting in the reception area.

If you are seeing us due to an auto injury be expecting follow-up calls to monitor your symptoms through this lapse in care.  This will help increase the odds of your case being closed smoothly, and minimize flare-ups.

Thank you for your understanding with these changes.  We look forward to getting back to seeing all of you as soon as possible. We strive to provide excellent care, and that includes being a part of the solution to this evolving public health situation.

If you are looking for a way to support the community, the Powel-Crosley YMCA on Winton Road is collecting food donations for the Finneytown PTA Wildcat Food Pantry.  Items can be dropped at the YMCA entry way.  They are collecting pasta, sauce, macaroni and cheese, applesauce, cereal and bottles of juice.  Some people find that any action to help another helps manage fear and anxiety, so this is a win-win opportunity.