Coronavirus (COVID-19) Patient Safety Message
Twin Cities Spine Center cares deeply for the health and well-being of our patients, our staff and our communities. For over 70 years we have been a leader in specialty spine care, committed to providing the safest and most effective care and treatment for spinal disease and injuries. Our commitment remains strong during these current healthcare challenges.
As we care for the spine needs of our current and future patients, we will be complying in all cases with the guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). We ask for your assistance in the following ways:
- Know that we are committed to providing continuity of care, and we are here for our patients that need urgent spine care. Patient appointments and care needs will be assessed with individual patients. We will provide our best spine care guidance while balancing the risks of community COVID-19 spread.
- You must reschedule your appointment if you have symptoms or exposure to COVID-19, or if you have traveled out of the country or been on a cruise within the past 14 days. You will be asked these and other screening questions before entering our clinics. These requirements also apply to a driver/guest that may need to accompany the patient. If a guest is not required by the patient at the appointment, we kindly ask that they not enter our clinic space. Accommodations can be made in the case of elderly and pediatric patients, but all must meet screening guidelines.
- Proper distancing, hand sanitizing, masks and additional cleaning measures will continue at our clinics.
To reschedule your appointment, please call 612-775-6275.
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Twin Cities Spine Center continues to monitor the changing national and local updates in regard to COVID-19. Any significant changes in our operations will be communicated to our patients directly, as well as via this website.
Thank you for your support and understanding. We stand with you in our efforts to stop COVID-19. We will be here for our patients, and will get through the challenges together.