Fatigue, shortness of breath, brain fog, depression and other symptoms can persist in people with post-acute COVID syndrome. You are not alone. It is estimated that up to 23 million people suffer from post-acute COVID syndrome.
Our new Post-COVID Care Clinic offers therapies and support, including:
- Physical Therapy - Fatigue is one of the most commonly experienced symptoms of post-acute COVID syndrome. An expertly advised physical activity plan can help build exercise tolerance and teach energy saving techniques which can alleviate symptoms of fatigue.
- Speech/Cognitive Therapy - “Brain fog” and other thought process problems are commonly experienced by post-acute COVID syndrome sufferers, whether they realize it or not. An initial assessment by our speech and cognitive therapy team comes strongly recommended.
- Occupational Therapy - To assist in improvement of fine motor skills, daily living activities, and lifestyle modification.
- Pulmonary Rehabilitation - Some people still have significant shortness of breath or require oxygen post-COVID. In these instances, pulmonary rehabilitation can be a useful therapy to improve lung functioning.
- Nutrition Services/Dietitian - Poor nutrition can add to feeling poorly while recovering from COVID. A referral to our nutritional services can help guide proper nutritional choices.
- Counseling Services - Post-COVID depression is a real thing. In addition to the support group, counseling services are available through Archway Mental Health Services for those in need of additional counseling or psychiatric services.
- Support Groups - You are not alone. It is estimated that up to 23 million people suffer from post-acute COVID syndrome. Getting to know others with similar experiences can be strengthening and uplifting.
Other Specialty Referrals:
If appropriate, the care clinic provider may refer you to a primary care physician, heart doctor, lung doctor, or other specialist based on your symptoms or other findings.
Three ways to connect with the Post-COVID Care Clinic!
- Call 701.530.3065
- Walk in Thursdays from 1-2 p.m.
- Or get a referral from your physician