Our Covid 19 Policies and Procedures

Ally Wellness prioritizes patient safety. Our policies and procedures reflect current information on how COVID-19 is transmitted. We take appropriate precautions to keep all patients safe, especially our most vulnerable.

General Information

Ally Wellness recommends you follow current CDC and WHO guidelines:

*July 2020

-Practice regular hand hygiene.

-Avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth.

-Where a face-covering around others.

-Maintain 6 feet of distance from others.

-Avoid Crowds.

-Cover coughs and sneezes with an elbow.

-Self-isolate when not feeling well, even with minor symptoms.

-Call your health care provider if you have a cough, fever, or difficulty breathing.

-If you don't have a provider see our resources page or call 1-877-PA-HEALTH (1-877-724-3258), available 24/7.

-Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces.

-Take increased caution when running, biking, or exercising outdoors. Stay at least 10 feet away from others and wear a face covering.


*Philadelphia's is in the initial green phase of opening and prohibits the following activities until at least August 2020: Indoor exercise classes (not including Physical Therapy), indoor events with >25 people, outdoor events with > 50 people, theater events, and indoor restaurant dining.



In person precautions

-Pre-Session Screening for potential exposure (Provider and Client).

-Hand hygiene before, during, and after each visit.

-Disinfection of equipment before and after each session.

-Use of face-covering by the provider and client.

-Use of gloves when manual contact is required.

High risk individuals

For High-risk individuals, we recommend virtual sessions when possible. Those at high risk include:

-People 65 years and older

-People with chronic lung disease or moderate to severe asthma

-People who have serious heart conditions

-People who are immunocompromised

-Many conditions can cause a person to be immunocompromised, including cancer treatment, smoking, bone marrow or organ transplantation, immune deficiencies, poorly controlled HIV or AIDS, and prolonged use of corticosteroids and other immune weakening medications

-People with severe obesity

-People with diabetes

-People with chronic kidney disease undergoing dialysis

-People with liver disease