AMTA's liability insurance, provided through HPSO, requires that covered AMTA members are appropriately licensed to provide professional services and that they comply with state, federal, and facility guidelines relative to scope of practice and practice setting.
If there is a government order that mandates non-essential businesses close, and massage therapy is not considered essential in that governmental jurisdiction, then the therapist would be practicing outside of the governmental order, guidance, law or regulation; and coverage would be excluded in the event of a claim.
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Thank you to the nearly 70,000 massage therapists who joined AMTA’s outreach last week to urge Congress to action. Our collective voices helped educate Congress on the devastating impact of COVID-19 on the massage therapy industry. Today we share the highlights of the newly-passed Federal Relief package and how it can help massage therapists. bit.ly/3ao0OrD... See MoreSee Less