How we are Combatting Coronavirus
Are Masks Required?
(Will Update when Changed)
Here's a great video on how important good hygiene is for the Cornonavirus, and how you can protect yourself.
A video about Social Distancing and why we are doing it, and how important it is to ourselves.
Why Should I Wear a Mask?
Wearing surgical masks or cloth face coverings does not restrict the amount of oxygen a person breathes in, nor does it cause a dangerous buildup of carbon dioxide. For more information click here.
Covid-19 Vaccination Information:
COVID-19 VACCINE INFORMATION
June 14th, 2022 Update:
We will update when masks are mandatory or not in the blue section above. Most likely when either cases go up or after a major holiday, we will update this. Thank you for your understanding, and remember to let us know if you are feeling sick or have tested positive for COVID.
May 27th, 2022 Update:
Masks will be REQUIRED (patients and staff) due to increased Covid cases, thank you for your understanding.
Novemeber 29th, 2021 Update:
The FDA has issued Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for Monoclonal Antibodies for the use of the treatment of COVID-19. "While vaccines provide the best protection from COVID-19, treatment options such as monoclonal antibodies are available if you have had symptoms of COVID-19 for 10 days or less or have been exposed to COVID-19. If taken early, they can reduce the risk of severe disease, hospitalization, and death." More information here.
August 23rd, 2021 Update:
As of today the FDA fully approves the use of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine for the prevention of COVID-19 disease in individuals 16 years of age and older. For more information on this, read this article. As for Arch Advanced Pain Management; masks are still mandatory whether you are vaccinated or not. Thank you for all of your cooperation.
April 29th, 2020 Update:
To Our Valued Patients:
I am writing on behalf of the entire Arch Advanced Pain Management to assure you that the health and safety of our doctor, Staff members, and patients remains top priority. As the coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) is having a greater impact in the United States, our thoughts are with all those who have been affected by the virus. Because this is a rapidly-evolving situation, we feel it is important to reach out to you about the steps we are taking across our company to help keep you, our doctor, and staff members safe and healthy.
What to Expect When you Come into your Appointment
We are asking patients to wait in there car until there appointment time. When you come in we will take your temperature (to make sure there is no fever). Then we will bring you directly to your room to see Dr. Sturm. Once you are finished with your appointment; you will head out to your car, then pull up in front of the building under the roof, then we will bring out your scripts, paperwork, and schedule you for your next appointment.
As part of our commitment to your health and well-being, we are carefully monitoring the COVID-19 situation with regular updates and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Missouri Department of Health, as well as additional agencies.
Our Staff is conducting rigorous cleaning of all rooms and waiting room spaces and frequently touched objects several times throughout the day. Further, we follow exhaustive cleaning, sanitation, and disinfection protocols that meet or exceed extensive guidelines. These protocols, which assist with illness prevention, include:
- Regular sanitation training and reinforcement for our doctor and staff members.
- Clearly established cleaning and disinfection cycles for all areas.
- Prominent placement of hand sanitizers.
- Frequent cleaning and wash down of outdoor and high touch locations
- We can take CBD and skincare product orders orders over the phone and bring it out to your car, or have it available for your next appointment as well. Also you can buy these products on our online shop for pickup as well here.
Given the current concerns related to COVID-19, we are increasing our cleaning, sanitation, and disinfection frequency above our already high standards.
We are reinforcing with our staff members the recommended precautionary steps from the CDC to prevent the spread of germs. These guidelines include:
- Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
- Cover a cough or sneeze: preferably with a disposable tissue.
- Avoid touching your face: especially your eyes, nose, and mouth.
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects.
- Stay home if you have flu-like symptoms.
We are taking the necessary steps to be prepared should this issue become a more significant concern for our area
Based on the guidance we've received and our general state of preparedness, we are confident our operations continue to be safe and ready to serve our patients. We will deepen our collaboration with health and government officials, so we are prepared to take whatever steps may be necessary to ensure the safety of our doctor, and staff members.
We value each patient that honors us with a visit to our office, and we look forward to serving you upon your next visit to Arch Advanced Pain Management. If you want to be as up to date as possible:
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Dr. James Sturm D.O. DABA, FIPP
Arch Advanced Pain Management