In light of the developing COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation, Westchester Sport and Spine has made adjustments to the services we provide. To best protect our patients, staff, and the community, we have suspended all nonessential in-office care.
Westchester Sport and Spine’s expert team of orthopedic surgeons will remain open for emergency cases, such as fractures.
Transitioning Nonessential WSS Appointments to Telehealth
“Nonessential care” is defined as any appointment scheduled for a condition that isn’t time-sensitive or emergent.
Instead, Drs. Weinstein, Gott, and Rahman are offering virtual appointments to these patients. That means that you will connect with your provider through a video chat to discuss your case one-on-one. Telehealth services allow us to provide expert care to patients without increasing their risk of contracting the coronavirus.
Telehealth appointments with our board-certified orthopedic surgeons are available for current patients, as well as new patients with non-traumatic orthopedic injuries.
Your copay will be waived for all telehealth services.
Treatment for Emergency Orthopedic Cases
During this time, Westchester Sport and Spine is only seeing patients in-person that present with urgent, traumatic injuries that require emergency attention.
In these cases, we ask that you contact our office as soon as possible to coordinate with a provider.