COVID-19 Notice to Patients

North Harbor Physical Therapy is committed to the health and well being of our patients, staff, and visitors. Governor Inslee has designated Physical, Occupational and Massage Therapy as essential services, meaning that we will remain open and patients may continue to make and attend appointments as needed. With social distancing still remaining a priority, the availability  of appointment options may vary. Our staff will work with you to find a schedule that works best for you. 

We have been consistently evaluating the best practices on routine cleaning and effective disinfecting of our office. In order to maintain our appointments and the overall health of our patients, please note the following procedures that have been implemented in our office.

  • All patients will be screened for temperature and will be asked to wash their hands upon entry.
  • Notices have been posted on our front door as well as around the office on the symptoms of COVID-19 and proper hand washing.
  • Upon entry patients will be asked if they are showing any symptoms, including cough, fever, shortness of breath, or symptoms of a common cold or flu. If so, your appointment will need to be rescheduled.
  • Unless it is necessary for a patient’s safety, we ask that patients do not bring any  accompanying family members to their appointment.
  • If you are going to be early to your appointment, please call ahead to ensure that we do not overcrowd our waiting room. 

To help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and ensure the health of our patients, we highly encourage you to self-monitor your health before deciding to attend your appointment. If you are unsure of your decision to attend your appointment, contact us or your doctor for guidance. Please utilize the link below for information on how to protect yourself and others from COVID-19. 

We are staying informed of the developments surrounding COVID-19 and will continue to update this page with any changes.


We are now offering Telehealth Visits

Telehealth visits are done from our computers to your computer or smartphone. This form of therapy is a fantastic way to receive therapy and practice social distancing. **

** It is important to note that telehealth does not replace traditional therapy but is a great way to continue to receive therapy for those patients who are opting out of face to face therapy at this time.