Masks required in clinic
The Non-Surgical Center of Texas will continue to observe safe health practices during the COVID-19 pandemic as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This includes:
- Requiring all patients, guests and staff to properly wear an effective mask while in our clinic
- Asking that everyone in the clinic observe social distancing
- Encouraging good hand hygiene including the use of hand sanitizer
These guidelines are in place for the health and safety of our patients, our staff and the public. As a private business, we have the right to ask that you follow these simple protocols. As a healthcare provider, we have an ethical obligation to you and to our staff.
We also encourage you to continue to wear a mask whenever you are out in public. Masks are a proven, effective way to limit the spread of COVID-19.
As always, we appreciate your support. We hope you stay safe and well.
Virtual visits available
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The SA Metro Health Department has created a self assessment tool to determine the need for COVID-19 testing. This is only a screening tool and should not be taken as a substitute for medical care or advice. Go to the link here: CITY OF SA COVID-19 SCREENING TOOL
The Non-Surgical Center of Texas
Athletes, weekend warriors and anyone with chronic aches seek the medical expertise of Dr. Annette Zaharoff for Non-Surgical Alternatives to relieve pain and repair acute, chronic and recurring injuries resulting from either sports and physical activity, or from daily repetitive movements.
Dr. Zaharoff is a board certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation physician also known as a “Physiatrist” (fizz-AYE-a-trist). She is a specialist in Rehabilitation Medicine and among only a handful of Physiatrists in the nation who combines a comprehensive team approach with a variety of treatments. Treatments include: physical therapy, diagnostic ultrasound, prolotherapy, platelet rich plasma injections, acupuncture and electroceuticals to treat muscle, nerve, bone and joint problems for acute, chronic and recurrent injuries. Common examples of musculoskeletal problems include ankle and knee sprains, muscle strains, shoulder dislocations or rotator cuff problems, bursitis, tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, osteoarthritis, hip tendinitis, low back pain, neck pain, ankle pain and overuse injuries such as tendonitis and stress fractures.