Is 360 Orthopedics Open During COVID-19?

It is our goal to keep you informed as to changes and updates regarding the COVID-19 pandemic locally as it affects our business, staff, and patients. 360 Orthopedics is considered a medically essential service and to that end, we continue to serve our patients in need.

The safety protocols we currently have in place are:

Many of our patients may have trauma, injuries, or pain requiring treatment; some are post-surgical and follow up is critical to their recovery. We will continue to monitor the CDC guidelines and adapt our protocols to act in the best interest of our patients and staff. As of this writing all three of our locations are open although some may, at times, have limited hours; please call first if you need an appointment. If you have questions, you may call us at 941-951-2663 or send us an email via our website at this link https://www.360-orthopedics.com/contact-us//contact-us/

We are in this together so please, stay safe and remember to wash your hands frequently. It’s the single best defense against fighting a virus.

Wishing you health and wellness,

#Team360

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