COVID-19: Our Commitment to Keeping Our Patient Community Safe

As the healthcare landscape continues to evolve, we continue to take important steps to ensure we maintain the health and safety of our communities. At MyoCore, the health of our patients, team members and communities are our top priority.

Our clinics are open and fully operational at our regular clinical hours. We’re committed to maintaining a safe environment with elevated clinical best practices around patient care and clinical hygiene.

We recommend taking these steps to increase your immune function:

  • Getting an adequate amount of sleep
  • Get light to moderate exercise
  • Eat a balanced diet; especially one high in protein and healthy fats (components of a healthy diet that are said to be immune building blocks)
  • Increase your intake of Vitamins C, D, B12 and Zinc

Our commitment to operating a safe and healthy environment for your patients and staff is focused on these key areas:

Established clinical hygiene best practices

We have implemented site-wide clinical hygiene efforts. These include sanitizing adjusting tables, exam equipment and tables between all adjustments and exams, as well as enforcing a more stringent  hand-washing policy. Our clinical staff will refrain from coming to work if they are not feeling well and a doctor’s note will be required to return to work.

Communication across our patient and staff communities

We are dedicated to ensuring our patients and staff stay up-to-date on the constantly evolving nature of this situation. All employees are receiving formal updates on a daily basis with the most current information available so they may effectively communicate with our patients.

Screening all patients

In order to protect the health and safety of our patients and communities, MyoCore is not currently accepting patients who have a known exposure to, or have been diagnosed with COVID-19.

Appointment availability & cancellations

We’re committed to providing the highest level of patient care during this time. If you need to cancel an appointment, please call your clinic. If you have traveled outside the United States, or are demonstrating any combination of the following symptoms: fever, cough and/or shortness of breath,  we ask that you reschedule your appointment at this time.

We will continue to post updates here and send them via email, as well as have your clinics keep you updated upon, during and after each visit. We thank you for being a valued member of our patient community and allowing us to continue to provide you with the highest quality of care and communication during the time of COVID-19. It’s our mission to lead our patients and communities to a life of optimum health and wellness. We look forward to seeing you in our clinics and supporting you through this challenging time.

The following are additional resources from the CDC website about COVID-19:

KC CORE is a comprehensive rehabilitation and pain center designed to achieve optimum results through caring, compassion and individual treatment.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Manual therapy clinicians use hands-on techniques to treat a patient’s muscles, joints and fascia, the connective tissue that binds the muscles, organs and bones of the body. Manual therapy increases circulation and range of motion, as well as decreases pain.

Yes. Our doctors have found that adjustments are more effective, however, when preceded by proper muscle release. KC CORE specializes in pain management through muscle work and we strive to resolve your body’s restrictions and eliminate the need for future adjustments.

Yes. We are credentialed through most insurance companies including Aetna, BCBS-KS, BCBS-MO, Beechstreet, Cigna, Coventry/FMH, Humana, Medicare, Multiplan, PHCS and United Healthcare. If we are not a part of your insurance provider’s network, we will work with you while we gain credentialing.

A study from the University of Miami found manual therapy decreases cortisol, also known as the ‘stress’ hormone, and increases serotonin and dopamine, which are responsible for positive, lighter moods. These hormones play a critical role in regulating your frame of mind.

No, however it is always important to communicate with all of your doctors so that they are aware of the care you are receiving.

Where can I read more about KC CORE?

We’re so glad you asked!


Click HERE to read about Dr. Moss’s approach to non-traditional chiropractic care and the success of KC CORE.
(Kansas City Business Journal)


Click HERE to read about our recent franchise opening in Des Moines’ Mercy Medical center.
(Des Moines Business Record)