COVID-19 Update 2:
Effective immediately, Integrity Spinal Care will be following the Alberta College and Association of Chiropractors and Alberta Government mandates to temporarily suspending all appointments that are not considered 'Urgent, critical, or emergent musckuloskeletal or neurological care'.
Urgent, critical, or emergent care is defined as follows:
1. Urgent, critical, and emergency Musculoskeletal [or Nuerological] care is defined as treating a condition that “does, or would, incapacitate the patient’s ability to function in performing daily activities without immediate intervention [or would lead to neurological deficit], and if left untreated would result in the patient seeking urgent or emergency care at a medical facility.”
Patients who are not experiencing urgent, critical, or emergent conditions as described above are not considered eligible for care at this time (e.g. a slight muscle twinge after exercise or minor stiffness is not considered emergent care).
If you consider your condition to be urgent, DO NOT hesitate to call and talk to me and we can determine together if it i considered urgent enough to be seen.
Please note that any emergent care patients can expect a sanitary environment where I will be:
-washing and sanitizing my hands in between visits.
-sanitizing the table, doors, chairs, equipment, and any other surface that a patient may be in contact with in between visits.
If you would like to talk to me (Dr Justin), please call the mobile line at (403) 548 5043 or email the office at as email will be checked frequently. You can also call the office at 403 529 0304 and leave a message and I will get back to you as soon as possible. Do not hesitate to get in touch if you think you need an appointment or have ANY questions; we ARE available for acute, sub-acute, and emergent situations for current and new patients.
Please stay up-to-date with the current AHS guidelines regarding the COVID-19 pandemic relating to self-isolation, cleanliness and sanitation, and quarantining as necessary. If you have any symptoms of the cold or flu such as cough, breathing difficulties, fever, or simply feel unwell, call 811 (if you're in Alberta) for guidance and self-isolate before going to your doctor or the hospital.
Reach out to me if you have any questions.
I am very saddened to inform you of this decision. However I am looking forward to when we will be able operate under normal conditions again! Do not hesitate to get in touch with me with any and all questions.
We will keep you updated as we learn new information to ensure that you are well taken of.
Dr Justin Gauthier