HENDERSON, NV / ACCESSWIRE / November 11, 2020 / Dr. Michel Rantissi, Jr's practice is still open even though, once again, Covid-19 is raging through large cities and small towns at a rapid rate. People are fearful and nervous about leaving their homes.
However, many still need physical therapy, occupational therapy, and all the other therapies offered at Advanced Manual Therapy Institute. Despite being open fewer hours, Dr. Rantissi has chosen to have his practice. Advanced Manual Therapy Institute remain open to continue to provide treatment to his patients.
Dr. Michel S. Rantissi, Jr: Brief Bio
Dr. Michel Rantissi Jr holds serval degrees. He graduated from Sonoma State in 1998 with a bachelor's degree in science Kinesiology. He continued his education, and in 2001 he received his master's degree in occupational therapy. The following year in December 2002, Dr. Rantissi Jr. received his Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine. Dr. Michel Rantissi, Jr specializes in spinal and extremity manipulation. Shortly after getting his doctoral degree, he furthered his education and attained a 'Manual Therapy Certification' also from the University of St. Augustine in 2003.
Dr. Michel Rantissi Jr: Services Offered at Advanced Manual Therapy Institute
Dr. Michel Rantissi Jr and his staff offer several treatment therapies.
Dry Needling Therapy
Dr. Michel Rantissi Jr: Professional Memberships
In 2000 Dr. Rantissi, Jr. became a member of The American Occupational Therapy Association, Las Vegas Heals, American Physical Therapy Association, and the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy. In addition to the associations Dr, Rantissi is also a public speaker and a consultant.
Dr. Michel Rantissi, Jr: Covid-19 Protection for Patients and Staff
One of the first things done to protect both patients and staff from contracting Covid-19 is to cut back on the hours that the Advanced Manual Therapy Institute is open. Masks (or face shields) are mandatory for all staff members and patients.
Staff members will wear gloves and practice good handwashing skills. Hand sanitizer is provided through the office for everyone to use.
All equipment, including clipboards and pens, are sanitized after each use. The six-distance rule is followed in the waiting room and in other office areas where it is appropriate.
We prefer the patient to come to their visit by themselves. If the patient is handicap and needs assistance, their caregiver may bring them in and take them out. If weather permitting, we ask that you wait in your car during their visit.
All chairs, handrails, computers, equipment used for treatments, doorknobs, counters, and high traffic areas are sanitized frequently. Deep cleaning is done regularly to keep our patients and staff healthy.
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