Keep your clients and your massage therapy practice safe with effective risk management. Read on for practical advice on everything from developing effective massage intake forms to creating a safe work environment.
- Safety and Security - Risk Management
- Managing risk is an important part of being a massage therapist. Make sure you address safety and security precautions for your business.
- Licenses and Permits
- Make sure you have the licenses and permits needed, specific to your community, to support your practice or home office.
- Client Intake and SOAP Documentation
Protect yourself, your clients and your practice by utilizing proper documentation techniques.
- Informed Consent Agreement
- Let your clients know in writing what to expect and what not to expect from their massage therapy session.
- Employee vs. Independent Contractor
Know the difference between being an employee and being an independent contractor.
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