What We Are Doing 

  • You may now wait in your car for your appointment and one of our staff will wave you inside for your appointment as opposed to sitting in the waiting room. 

  • No patient or employee who has signs of sickness will be admitted to the clinic for treatment or work. 

  • No patient or employee will be allowed in the clinic for 14 days after traveling abroad or on a cruise, or have recently traveled to any of the following areas: New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, New Orleans, or California. 

  • Each patient will be provided hand sanitizer to use when entering and leaving the clinic.

  • We are asking patients to bring their own pen to sign in for check-in to their appointment. We will have sanitized pens for each patient if needed. 

  • Every hour all equipment will be sanitized with an EPA-specified product that kills the coronavirus.  

  • Each table will be disinfected with an EPA-specified product after each patient. 

  • Every therapist will thoroughly wash hands before and after each patient encounter. 

  • Please note that if you have not been into the clinic in over a week (7 days) and have a scheduled appointment, we will be calling the day before to confirm your appointment for the following day. 

  • We are accepting ApplePay & other touchless forms of payment if a patient prefers not to bring their credit/debit card, cash, or check into the clinic for payment. 

COVID-19

For the comfort of our patients and in an effort to keep all those at risk safe, we are now offering Telehealth / E-Visits for our established patients. Please contact our office if you are a current patient and would like us to verify your insurance benefits for Telehealth / E-Visits. 

COVID-19 

Coltman & Baughman Physical Therapy is OPEN to serve our patients and community. We are taking every precaution to keep our patients and employees safe from the spread of COVID-19 during this time. Our normal hours of business remain the same, as Physical Therapy / Outpatient Rehabilitation is deemed essential by HHS (U.S. Department of Health & Human Services). 

Disclaimer 

We are asking that if any patients (or anyone coming into our clinic) have the symptoms of COVID-19 virus which include all of the following: fever, cough, and shortness of breath, to refrain from coming into the clinic until cleared by their physician. If you have been out of the country, have recently been on a cruise, or are coming from any of the following areas: New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, New Orleans, or California, to please refrain from coming into the clinic for a period of 14 days after your return.

Telehealth / E-Visits 

Due to Jacksonville's city-wide mask mandate, we are requiring that all patients and anyone accompanying them to wear a mask when entering CBPT, during their appointment time, and upon their departure. We are now also taking each patient's temperature upon their arrival. 

Thank you in advance!