Thank you for visiting Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine Associates of Nashua!
We utilize an integrative approach that incorporates the best of modern and innovative Western medicine techniques (also called allopathic or conventional medicine) along with time-tested ancient East Asian medicine. At AIMA of Nashua, you can expect goal oriented therapy characterized by trust and collaboration between provider and patient. We value integrity, clinical excellence and compassionate care.
We remain committed to your health and safety.
Our waiting room is open. The same preventive methods (NH Universal Best Practices) utilized to mitigate risk of COVID-19 and other transmissible diseases are standard procedure at AIMA of Nashua PLLC. Thank you for your assistance, compliance, and understanding.
- Masks will be required while in the waiting room regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status.
- Online Check-In must be completed at least 24 hours prior to your appointment.
- Please offer your COVID-19 vaccination card if you have one, so that it may be entered into your electronic health record. This is not required to visit the office.
- We’ll ask you to use some hand sanitizer when you arrive, ask a few health screening questions and whether you wish to mask or unmask for your visit.
- A separate exam room is available for those who wish to remain masked. No more than 2 persons will be allowed in any exam room.
- Cleaning and disinfection of frequently touched surfaces will continue to occur between each patient visit and at the end of the day.
- Please stay home if you have flu-like symptoms.
Will I have to wear a mask if I am fully vaccinated? All patients will need to remain masked while in the public waiting room and shared areas, but may unmask in the designated private exam room. We ask that masks be worn in the public waiting room and shared areas because all patients and visitors to our office may not yet be fully vaccinated, and we see patients with risk factors for severe illness. A separate exam room will be provided for those who wish to remain masked.
Should I bring my COVID-19 vaccination card? Yes. We will enter this document into your electronic health record. However, a COVID-19 vaccination card is not required to visit the office.
Will I have to fill out the Check-In form before every visit? Yes. This is an infectious disease safety measure that mitigates risk of transmissible diseases by decreasing overall time in the office and reducing discussion at the time of your visit, and it facilitates complete and thorough care during your visit. You can thoughtfully fill out the online form at home, and it will ensure a thorough and individualized treatment plan during your visit.
What infection control procedures are you currently following? The same preventive methods (NH Universal Best Practices) utilized to mitigate risk of COVID-19 and other transmissible diseases are standard procedure at AIMA of Nashua PLLC. We are following all of the procedures recommended by health officials. Universal Best Practice procedures currently in place at AIMA of Nashua, PLLC include use of face masks, good and frequent hand hygiene, cleaning and disinfection of frequently touched surfaces, limiting shared objects, use of online Check-In, telehealth services, pre-visit health screening, social distancing and reducing physical contact, improving ventilation, and isolation or quarantine when deemed necessary.
What are your office hours for in-person appointments? Tuesday through Thursday from 10am – 5pm. Visits are by appointment only. Please call us at 603-718-8328 to schedule or cancel and appointment.
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HEALTH ALERT: If you have any of the below symptoms, please do not visit the office. Please go directly home, call us at 603-718-8328 if you have an appointment and need to reschedule, and call your primary care provider for guidance. If you do not have a primary care provider, call the state hotline for guidance at 211. For any emergency, call 911.
Sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, cough, runny nose, sneezing, fever, temperature greater than 100°F (38°C), chills, shaking with chills, new shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, new headache, body aches or muscle pain; inflammation of testes, new skin changes or rash, new nausea, gastrointestinal upset, abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea, delirium or confusion;
OR you have traveled within the last 14 days to or from any area within the USA or outside the USA currently experiencing COVID-19 outbreak;
OR you have been in contact with anyone who has traveled to or from any area within the USA or outside the USA currently experiencing COVID-19 outbreak;
OR you have been in close contact with anyone (including children) who meet the above criteria.
Please call the Nashua COVID-19 Hotline at 603-589-3456 for questions regarding COVID-19, and call the Nashua Department of Community Health Services at 603-589-4500 for questions about other infectious diseases.