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Reflexologists should secure insurance

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NACAMSStaff
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Reflexologists should secure insurance

Post by NACAMSStaff on Tue Feb 22, 2011 6:15 am

Whether you are working on the feet, the hands, the ears or even the full body of each client in your work as a reflexologist, the aim of such sessions tends to be to promote wellness and optimal functioning, along with relief from pain and tension, plus other benefits of this point specific form of bodywork. There is hardly a time when a reflexologist sets out to harm a client, but rather these bodyworkers, like hands on practitioners of other modalities, strive to help their clients and alleviate what may be ailing them. However, just like the hands on practitioners of other modalities, reflexologists need to back up their business with a solid liability insurance policy.

Reflexologist liability insurance is a basic component of any successful and professional practice. In fact, possessing reflexologist liability insurance may even be a necessity for legal practice, depending on where you live and work. For example, certain states and regions require reflexologists to carry such an insurance policy, as do certain places that may employ reflexologists, such as spas or bodywork franchises.

On the other hand, you never know when a new client may be a “loose cannon” and make an unfounded claim of damage or injury. Even if the case has no basis in reality, you will be glad you have malpractice liability insurance to cover the fees associated with protecting your business and your reputation until the truth comes to light.

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