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COVID-19 Update from the Yalich Clinic

Dear Yalich Clinic Patients and Friends,

As we continue to learn more and more about the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, you should rest assured that the Yalich Clinic of Glen Burnie is doing its part to help prevent the spread and will remian open. Prior to the outbreak, our facility has always held itself to the highest standards of care, cleanliness and sanitation starting with our staff as well as equipment.  We continue to monitor and adhere to all CDC and local government requirements regarding the health and safety of our patients. We will also continue this practice long after the reactions to COVID-19 has passed. You should also know that we will continue to remain open to serve the chiropractic and physical therapy needs of our patients and residents of the county.

As you continue to hear, we all need to work together as a team to limit the spread of COVID-19.  We will be doing our part and we hope that you are doing yours*. Besides the essential hand washing, cleaning, limiting travel and large meetings… here are our top 3 proven tips to help you help yourselves.

  1. Continue to exercise. In the absence of illness, the stronger you become, the greater the resistance you can build.
  2. Rest. This may be easier now with so many closings. Your body needs to sleep. That is when it heals.
  3. Eat better.  Avoid the 3 whites when possible (sugar, salt and flour),  Stay away from processed foods and eat more vegetables and protein.

BONUS: …but this one you already knew. Drink more water. Stay hydrated!

Do not let pain slow you down, especially now. Maintain good healthy practices to keep yourself well and contact us if the need arises.  You can always find more exercises and information to help yourself physically by downloading the Yalich Clinic of Glen Burnie APP on your mobile device.

Yours in Health,

Dr. Alan K. Sokoloff

*The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO)

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