Coronavirus: 3 Critical Things I Am Recommending All of My Coaching Clients Do At This Time

By Dr. Russ Rosen | Crisis Communication

The global pandemic we are all experiencing together is simply unprecedented. There really is no better way to describe what is happening right now.

I have been speaking with my own clients about the three things that they need to do RIGHT NOW in order to best help their patients, their practices, and themselves.

This “perfect storm” of a new virus, online misinformation, and a lack of proper provisions has created an opportunity for us to decide to either curl up and wait for someone else to lead or (and this is what I hope you are preparing for) stand up, speak out, and be the thought leaders in our communities. Together, we can work to bring balance to this crazy and scary time.

Make no mistake: these are very scary times. Personally, I am considered in the high risk group because I am over 55. Many of us have loved ones in their 70s, 80s, and beyond. Others still are obese or on many medications. The virus itself takes several days to manifest symptoms and, as we have seen several times, some hosts do not exhibit ANY symptoms!

I wanted to take this time to give you some valuable resources that have been shared with me by other doctors.

Take a moment to watch the video above and learn more about the three things that I am asking my clients to do in their practices TODAY. You’ll be glad that you did! You can also check out my latest online training: The Science of Yes. Below that, you’ll find the latest updates of resources that have been shared with me.

Coronavirus Information

  • Norman Cousins’s Story
    • In 1964, magazine editor Norman Cousins was diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis, a life-threatening autoimmune disease, and given a 1 in 500 chance of recovery. LAUGHED HIMSELF TO HEALTH. Cousins rejected his doctors’ prognosis and embarked on his own program of happiness therapy, including regular doses of Marx Brothers films, and credited it with triggering a dramatic recovery. He later established the Cousins Center, which is dedicated to investigating whether psychological factors really can keep people healthy.
  • Video from Dr. Mindy Pelz that she made for her practice:
A Fact Sheet with Recommendations from WFC The World Federation of Chiropractic (WFC) released a fact sheet with recommendations based on guidance provided by the World Health Organization.

Chiropractors are primary contact health care professionals and therefore need to keep updated with the latest information. The WFC recognizes the World Health Organization (WHO) as the authoritative global source for information regarding COVID-19.

CLICK HERE to read information from WHO sources. 
Protective Mask Guidance for Healthcare Workers This week the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released protective mask guidance for healthcare workers.

The Memorandum Summary can be viewed below…CMS is committed to taking critical steps to ensure America’s health care facilities are prepared to respond to the threat of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and other respiratory illnesses.The memo clarifies the application of CMS policies in light of recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) guidance expanding the types of facemasks healthcare workers may use in situations involving COVID-19 and other respiratory infections.
CLICK HERE to read the full memo.

By the way: as people send me more good materials I will update them onto this page, so be sure to bookmark it!

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