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The Many Benefits of Accessing Your Doctor Via Telehealth

There hasn’t been much good news to come out of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the increasing acceptance of telehealth as a way to get medical care may be one. Since you’ve had to stick closer to home, your health care may have taken a backseat. Thanks to our telehealth services, we can continue your care, without interruption, from the safety and comfort of your own home.

At Spinal Diagnostics, our team puts your health first, and we don’t want your problems to go unresolved because you’re unable to access our offices in Tualatin or Newberg, Oregon. To provide you with our same top-notch care, we offer telehealth services, which allow you one-on-one care with your doctor virtually.

Here’s a look at just some of the many benefits of our telehealth services.

Care from afar

One of the primary concerns during this pandemic has been maintaining distance from others to prevent the viral infection from spreading. With telehealth, you can “meet” with one of our doctors from the comfort of your own home or office.

While this ability certainly meets the needs of the current crisis, there are many other reasons why you may not be able to get to our office. Perhaps you’re in too much pain, or you can’t find childcare. Or, maybe you’d rather avoid the peak flu season. Whatever the reason, our doctors are available to you remotely thanks to modern technology.

Your privacy matters

Our telehealth services are 100% HIPAA-compliant, which means your privacy is protected.

The technology in your hand

Thanks to modern technology, we can “meet” with you on your smartphone, tablet, or computer. All you need is an app and two-way video capabilities to access our telehealth services.

Time matters

Another great benefit of telehealth is that your healthcare takes far less time. With telehealth, you eliminate travel and wait times since you can continue with your day until your appointment time. All you need to do is to find a quiet space where we can talk.

A little support

If you’re struggling with a health condition, it’s all you can do to absorb all of the information. With telehealth, you can have a family member or friend looped in, providing you with a second set of “ears.”

Managing symptoms

If you have specific symptoms you’d like us to check out, you can upload photos ahead of time so that we can take a look.

Easy scheduling

To schedule your telehealth visit with one of our doctors, all you need to do is:

To get the health care you need through our telehealth services, click here to get started. 

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