D&D Sports Med Values Patient Safety During the Coronavirus Outbreak

D&D Sports Med COVID-19 Policies

Our primary concern is always the health and safety of our patients.  D&D has been actively monitoring information from various resources, including the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to ensure we put the right procedures in place related to the Coronavirus outbreak. Rest assured that we will continue to update our procedures based on developments that may occur.

Information for our Patients

D&D clinics are open and available to serve our patients, as we believe that it is vital that you are able to complete your treatment if it is safe to do so.

D&D is committed to ensuring our clinics are following proper protocol for sanitizing and disinfecting treatment tables, exercise equipment, waiting rooms, doors and general surfaces such as countertops.

D&D requires that all staff and patients practice preventative measures, such as hand washing, covering coughs/sneezes and avoidance of face touching.

D&D requires that all staff and patients wear masks that cover their mouth and nose while in our facilities.

Only patients will be permitted in the facility unless the patient is a child or dependent on assistance.

All paperwork must be completed before arriving at our facility.

Patient Screening

Beginning immediately, all patients will be screened upon clinic entry, including a temperature reading. 

Patients will be asked:

  1. Have you been diagnosed with COVID-19?
  2. Are you currently experiencing any flu or flu-like symptoms such as fever, cough, runny nose or shortness of breath?
  3. Have you been around anyone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19?

If a patient answers yes to any of these questions, they will be rescheduled until it is safe for both the patient and employees.

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Thank you for choosing D&D Sports Med. We look forward to starting you on your path to recovery. 

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1 week ago

D&D Sports Med

We would like to welcome Jonathan Marshall PT, DPT back to the D&D family. Jonathan was a student with us way back in 2019 and will now be joining us as a DPT. Jonathan graduated from Texas A&M - Commerce with a Bachelor’s in Human Performance. He later attended Texas Woman’s University for his Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Jonathan is a current member of the American Physical Therapy Association Sports Section. His clinical interests include rehabilitation for dance related injuries, concussion management, and helping all ages maximize function to reach their goals. His professional aspirations include furthering Dance Medicine through clinical research and becoming a Sports Certified Specialist. When not at work, Jonathan enjoys hiking and dark sky camping, delving into a good book, and trying to find the perfect cup of coffee. ... See MoreSee Less

We would like to welcome Jonathan Marshall PT, DPT back to the D&D family. Jonathan was a student with us way back in 2019 and will now be joining us as a DPT. Jonathan graduated from Texas A&M - Commerce with a Bachelor’s in Human Performance. He later attended Texas Woman’s University for his Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Jonathan is a current member of the American Physical Therapy Association Sports Section. His clinical interests include rehabilitation for dance related injuries, concussion management, and helping all ages maximize function to reach their goals. His professional aspirations include furthering Dance Medicine through clinical research and becoming a Sports Certified Specialist. When not at work, Jonathan enjoys hiking and dark sky camping, delving into a good book, and trying to find the perfect cup of coffee.

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2 weeks ago

D&D Sports Med

Sanger clinic director Rachel Perkins PT, DPT and her student Sam Garza threw together a graphic that emphasizes a message we can all agree on: You are what you eat. While we are not certified nutritionists or dietitians, we do try to inspire and encourage a healthy lifestyle so if you have any questions we can point you in the right direction! ... See MoreSee Less

Sanger clinic director Rachel Perkins PT, DPT and her student Sam Garza threw together a graphic that emphasizes a message we can all agree on: You are what you eat. While we are not certified nutritionists or dietitians, we do try to inspire and encourage a healthy lifestyle so if you have any questions we can point you in the right direction!Image attachment

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Whether it's post operative or a chronic injury, we can help with your return to function. Our physical therapists, hand therapists, athletic trainers and fitness experts work collaboratively to meet your needs. To learn more about our services.........

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Choose one of our 3 locations (Denton, Sanger or Aubrey/Little Elm) and start your recovery journey.

Click HERE for information on our 3 locations.

On Your First Day of Therapy...

  • Arrive at least 15 minutes early with your paperwork completed. Click HERE to access our new patient paperwork.
  • Bring a photo ID & insurance card(s).
  • Wear comfortable clothes and shoes.
  • Expect your visit to last about 1 hour.

Fitness/Wellness

Looking for a fitness program in a comfortable environment? We can meet that need! Find out more about our Fitness Programs HERE!

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