We plan to reopen the office the first week of June, so we will be taking appointments for Botox Blowout on June 2, 2020. Please know that there will be a limited number of appointments because we need to have enough time in between every patient to disinfect surfaces after each patient leaves. We will also be asking you to come in one at a time so please do not bring your kids and friends.
f you would like to make an appointment for Botox Blowout, you can email us at email@example.com. Dessie has not been in to reset the answering machine in 2 months so please don’t try to leave a phone message. I would like to start offering procedures of shorter duration such as Botox to see how it goes before booking longer procedures that require more prolonged personal contact. If all goes well and we are not seeing excessive cases of Covid-19 arising in the community, then we will start booking longer procedures such as dermal filler and laser treatments in July.
One thing that I would like to emphasize to everyone is that we all need to realize that Covid-19 is still out there even though things are opening back up. We still need to be very careful about exposure. The vast majority of patients that I have spoken to in the last 2 months have been very careful. However, I have heard a few comments from people expressing the opinion that people need to be let out and that we don’t need to be so careful about social distancing. In our medical practices, my husband and I have had 2 patients die and another one has been in the hospital for over a month now with Covid-19. Last week there were about 25 patients at Huntington Hospital in the Covid ward. We are not having the extreme levels of cases as in New York, but please know that it is very real and dangerous.
Therefore, we ask you to follow the new Rules for the New Normal:
1. Dessie will call or text you to confirm your appointment the day before. You will be asked screening questions to verify that you have not had a fever, cough or other ill symptoms. If you are not feeling well, we ask that you wait until you are recovered before rescheduling an appointment.
2. On the day of your appointment, we will ask you to call or text us from the parking lot to inform us of your arrival. We will verify that you are still feeling well. If you are more than 10 minutes late for your appointment we will ask you to reschedule. Please do not bring extra people with you. We only want one person to come in at a time. We ask that you remain outside or in your car until Dr. Yue is ready to do your treatment. 3.
3. When it is your turn, Dessie will call or text you to inform you to come inside the building. Please remember to wear your face mask.
4. When you arrive downstairs, Dessie will check your temperature and squirt sanitizer onto your hands.
5. You may enter Dr. Yue’s treatment room.
6. After your treatment, you will proceed to Dessie’s office to make your payment. You will be asked to maintain a distance of 6 feet from her.
7. After you make your payment, we ask that you limit extraneous conversation and visiting within the office. This is so that we can limit the time of close contact for everyone involved. Also, we will only have one patient in the building at a time
8. After you leave, we will disinfect the surfaces that you contacted in preparation for the next patient.
Thank you for your understanding in this matter. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coaching Now Available with Dr. Yue!
As many of you know, I completed a coaching certification earlier this year in Eating Psychology. And as part of my final project, I decided to survey 100 patients to assess their perceptions towards health and relationship to food. If you would like to know the results that came out of that study, just click on the video below to see what I found out. And thank you to all who participated in my study!
Call us if you are interested in scheduling a coaching session with me. I now hold a Coaching Certification in Eating Psychology after training with expert Marc David at the Institute for the Psychology of Eating. I learned innovative ideas that were never taught in medical school about our relationship with food, weight, binge eating, chronic dieting, body image, and medical conditions related to nutrition such as fatigue, mood, anxiety, gut issues, and decreased immune function.
My mission is to promote visionary change in our current healthcare system by using my gifts of creativity and intuition to support, teach, and coach both healers and patients. I wish to manage patients with joy and laughter, and to cultivate authenticity, self-compassion, and stillness. I desire full expression of the Divine through my heart-centered work so that the highest good may occur.