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Our Mask Policy

On July 30th, 2020, Governor Evers issued a statewide mask mandate. It includes exemptions for the following reasons:

  1. If you have trouble breathing.
  2. If you have respiratory dysfunction/disease such as asthma.
  3. If communicating with someone hard of hearing.
  4. While receiving a service that requires removal (I would not wear a mask while lying face down getting adjusted, but it’s up to you.)
  5. Where it’s necessary to determine an individual’s identity (such as for medical services).
  6. Mental health conditions such as anxiety, panic attacks, etc.

The Governors orders read “patience and compassion for those unable to wear a face-covering.”

Many of our patients fall within these guidelines.

If a person in our office is not wearing a mask then assume they meet these requirements.

No one will be questioned. There will be no arguing or debating.

Everyone will be respected. We exist to serve people with or without masks. 

We exceed all standards of cleanliness and guarantee infection risk to be nearly non-existent. We serve hundreds of people every month, and have not had a single case of Covid in our office. We are also a PRIVATE business not open to the public. You must have an appointment or be accompanying family to enter our office.

On average, we have just three to six persons in our office at once. Far below previous standards of gatherings of 10 or less persons (which essential medical offices, like ours, are exempt to).

I am personally diagnosed with asthma and under medical care. I will not be wearing a mask as it triggers difficult breathing and asthma attacks.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to ask.

Dr. Nick