Everyone in Brambleton is doing a great job helping our community stay safe to mitigate COVID-19 by diligently staying home, and when a trip out is necessary, wearing protective masks, gloves if possible, and washing their hands often (tip: sing the “Happy Birthday” song while washing to achieve the CDC’s recommended 20 seconds of wash time).
Just as importantly, medical and dental practices in Brambleton Town Center have instituted telemedicine – virtual appointments and other ways to keep patients healthy, even from home. They’re also strictly following health authority requirements from all levels of government, as well as their own medically-trained best practices, to keep their patients and staff as safe as possible. Town Center businesses have always worked hard for our community, and now more than ever for the common good. Serious times call for serious measures, and Brambleton is in good (gloved) hands.
Bloo Dental now offers online appointments through phone and video chats to diagnose patients remotely, and they have temporarily suspended elective dentistry procedures to concentrate on emergency cases.
“My main focus is to help patients experiencing a dental emergency, in order to reduce the number of patients seen at the emergency rooms,” explained Dr. Haress Rahim. “This has been successful to remotely diagnose and help patients with any questions or concerns they might be having.”
For more information, please call 703.327.5533 or visit bloo-dental.com.
Broadlands Family Practice has transitioned almost exclusively to video visits to continue serving patients online and by phone in the safety and comfort of home.
“We understand what a tough time this can be for families,” said Dr. Jeffrey Cohn. “We can’t wait to see our patients again. But until then, know that we are here for you at the click of a mouse.”
For more information, please call the practice’s Brambleton office at 703.722.2312 or go to broadlandsfamilypractice.com.
Commonhealth Chiropractic has pledged to stay open to help patients with musculoskeletal concerns that can’t be addressed any other way but in person. The office has changed its patient flow so as to eliminate in-office waiting (patients now wait in their cars and are escorted in when the doctor is available). All staff wear protective masks, and sterilization procedures are stringently applied.
For more information, please call 703.327.1544 or visit online at commonhealthchiropractic.com.
Costa Dentistry is available for Telehealth visits and emergency appointments, in accordance with the American Dental Association’s guidelines. Appointments for dental emergencies are on a case-by-case basis, during curtailed hours of 10am – 1pm, Monday through Friday. Otherwise, virtual appointments are available for consultations with Dr. Shane Costa, his partners and staff.
“We miss our patients, our work family, and can’t wait to put a smile on everyone’s faces again,” said Dr. Costa.
To learn more, please call Costa Dentistry at 703.542.7000 or visit their website at costasmiles.com.
Fairfax Pediatric Associates is offering Sunday televisit appointments from 10am – 4pm for well checks and sick visits. These sessions can be booked through FPA’s website or by phoning their office. Parents can also arrange for FPA’s new Well Checks on Wheels, which offers home visits by the practice’s mobile unit after an initial telehealth virtual consultation.
For more information or to book a virtual visit, please call 703.391.0900 or go to fairfaxpediatrics.com.
InSight Eye Optique is now open for urgent care only on a case-by-case, appointment basis. However, a staff member is on duty at their Town Center office daily so patients can arrange to pick up contact lenses, new glasses and other essentials, or to request delivery. InSight’s phone lines are open, and telehealth services will begin soon.
“Insight Eye Optique celebrated our 10th anniversary this year as part of the Brambleton family,” said Dr. Meera Sutaria. “As a small business, we appreciate each of you and we miss you!” she added.
For more information, please call 703.962.1010 or visit Insight’s website at insighteyeoptique.com.
The Jackson Clinics Physical Therapy follows the guidelines set by federal and local government that categorize physical therapists as essential service providers. Special in-office appointments for serious conditions are available on a case-by-case basis, and the practice offers virtual telehealth consultations. Referrals are not required.
To learn more, please call 571.349.3116 or visit online at thejacksonclinics.com.
Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry is closed unless it’s an emergency but they’re trying to have a little fun and provide opportunities for prizes, to-do’s and Facebook engagement with their fans and customers. You’ll quickly see their goals are to keep our kids’ teeth healthy and smiling big and bright with what they’re giving away!
In case of an emergency, call them at 703.542.7000.
Northern Virginia Orthodontics is keeping patients smiling by offering virtual appointments and check-ups, plus $1,500 off full treatment for new patients! For patients and their families who need to pick up orthodontic aligners or other supplies, NVO staff is still available in the office under reduced hours, with a call ahead first to arrange a pick-up time.
Current and new patients can contact NVO’s Brambleton Town Center office at 703.574.2174, or by visiting nvorthodontics.com.
Let’s not forget our furry friends! Animal Medical Centers of Loudoun is open because pets need medical care too. They have transitioned to curbside veterinary office visits, including medication and food pick-up. Social distancing is being maintained and the appointment flow has been restructured (call when you arrive and a staff member will bring your pet in for its appointment). Payments are being handled over the phone or online.
You can call 703.327.8471 to schedule your appointment or visit https://www.loudounvet.com/ for additional information.
It’s never been more important to keep health and safety at top priority, and Brambleton salutes these Town Center medical practices who’ve adapted so quickly to protect everyone during these temporarily unusual days. It just proves how much Brambleton is a true family of residents and businesses who are here for each other, even when we have to be apart.