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massagemag.com Massage Therapists Share Stories of Challenge & HopePart 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5Massage therapists are meeting the challenges of COVID-19, including pausing their practices, reop…
Today the Governor has opened up Massage Therapy. I feel it is too soon to safely reopen. Due to the high risk factor for COVID-19 asymptomatic transmission and undetectable blood clotting, I will wait. I have been using this time to follow the research that is being done. I even took the Johns Hopkins course on Contact Tracing to more fully understand the infectious path of this virus.
Massage is going to look different from here on out. There are guidelines from OSHA and the CDC that need to be followed. I have to update my space in order to follow those guidelines as well as ordering PPE supplies.
I love my clients and their safety is of the utmost importance to me.
I thank you for your patience and will keep you updated.
web.musc.edu Dr. Paula Traktman, a noted virologist and Dean of the College of Graduate Studies at MUSC, answers questions about COVID-19.
When the Governor deems massage therapy safe to open, I will continue to look to the educators and experts in our field for guidance on this. When they say it’s safe, then I will reopen. I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy. Miss you all.
tracywalton.com To owners of spas, franchises, chiropractic offices. High-volume massage therapy settings. You in Georgia, Florida, Oklahoma and so many other states allowing re-opening: Employers, much has been made of your efforts to step up your safety protocols and get ready for re-opening. On the face of it, y...
massagemag.com Editor’s note: this is an opinion piece This is such a hard time for massage therapists, for two reasons. The first is financial, of course. The hidden cost is significant as well: Massage therapis…
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This from a colleague in one of my Facebook groups:
My work pre kids, pre massage, was Peds ICU nursing. We worked with kids and their families living with cardiac defects, respiratory disease, infectious disease - meningococcal meningitis etc.
Those that had meningococcal meningitis were very lucky to survive as it spreads quickly through a community. We witnessed the trauma that families went through, waiting and watching as their child’s body struggled and fought. Some survived, some did not.
Last Friday our hospital based oncology massage team, along with other adjunct therapies, was suspended for at least three weeks to protect our patients and frontline staff. Now we’re watching our frontline staff plead for PPE supplies and for us to stay home so they can do their work.
As massage therapists, regardless of where we work, we are healthcare providers, and right now we are non -essential.
Our first principle is Do No Harm.
Having watched families go through the horrific trauma of watching their child die, as much as possible, I never want anyone to go through that, if it’s in my power to prevent it.
We have an ethical responsibility to our greater community today to keep everyone safe. Lives are at risk here and that seemingly well client could be the person who infects you and your family. Or you could be the silent carrier who infects a client with a child or adult who has a heart defect, cancer, cystic fibrosis, diabetes, or some other compromising disease.
I understand the fear around finances and livelihoods.
I don’t say this lightly and I say it from a place of compassion for everyone:
Please, for the sake of those who are compromised, close your practice and go home.
If you have supplies such as masks and gloves in your office, consider donating them to your local hospital as they are close to desperate for supplies.
We will all get through this together.
[03/15/20] After much consideration, I have decided to temporarily close my business due to Covid19. I have to be up close and personal in my profession and I would feel awful if the virus was transmitted through my practice. Though I try to keep a safe and clean space, the virus can be spread asymptomatically and I do not want to take that chance. I will be contacting my clients when I feel it is safe to practice again. Thank you for your understanding. Patty
To all of my wonderful clients,
Please, if you are not feeling well, have traveled recently or been exposed to anyone with flu like symptoms let me know before your appointment. I am trying to stay open but as things progress with this pandemic, I may have to close for a few weeks. Will keep you updated.
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