How are we mitigating the risk?
How do you make massage therapy safe during a pandemic? Who knew we would ever have to ask that question? But here we are. I have broken it down into two areas of responsibility; client and therapist/clinic.
Many of you have been vaccinated but we still need to follow these protocols since we are considered a medical facility.
We cannot eliminate the risk of transmission. So please evaluate whether you can risk possible exposure prior to making an appointment.
To mitigate the risk of Covid – 19 we are asking you to do the following:
Please be available the night prior to your appointment for a phone call or email asking about current health symptoms and possible prior exposure.
Wear a mask to your appointment and during your appointment and upon leaving the clinic.
If you have been engaged in travel or public gatherings please use a home test prior to your appointment.
We are no longer taking temperatures but please do not come in if you feel like you have one.
If we do have additional clients in the lobby at once, please stay 6 feet apart.
Clinic and Therapist Responsibilities
The Therapist will be wearing a face mask and apron and will be washing hands and arms frequently before and after each client.
The treatment room has an air purifier with UV light running during the entire treatment, and windows will be open between clients as well. I will leave the air purifier on 24 hours a day. I will disinfect the massage table, face cradle, chair, counters, doorknobs, clip boards, and pens between each client.
We will also be disinfecting the door knobs, faucet handles, bathroom, and counters in the lobby daily.
Also, a reminder that due to the extra precautions and time it takes to set up and clean between clients I have raised my rates to make coming back to work feasible financially. Please see my rates and payment page for that information.
Thank you so much!