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COVID-19 GUIDELINES AND PROTOCOLS
Registered Massage Therapists and Manual Osteopathic Therapists (MOT) can continue working, as per the Alberta Chief Medical Officer of Health. I want to continue this hard work in slowing the virus by following guidelines and protocols implemented by the CMMOTA association. The association has worked hard in maintaining safety for Registered Massage Therapists, MOTs and clients through a lot of research, consultation with the government, consultation with other associations, and consultation with experts in the field of massage.
Please note, in St Albert the masks have been lifted. At Hope Therapeutic Massage masks will not be mandated. Each client is welcome to wear a mask for their own comfort level. Please let me know if you prefer me to wear one as well.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me through email, firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone/text 780-243-5399.
Therapists Cleaning Guidelines and Protocols still in place at Hope Therapeutic Massage:
Commonly touched surfaces and shared equipment will be cleaned and disinfected after contact between individuals, even when not visibly soiled. Examples of these include face cradles, light switches, door handles, mobile devices and keyboards. All commonly touched surfaces will be cleaned and disinfected at a minimum between clients.
Hands will be washed constantly with soap and water for 20 seconds, as well as 60-80% alcohol-based hand sanitizer approved by Health Canada.
Chairs and benches will be cleaned and disinfected after each client.
Treatment rooms will be cleaned and disinfected after each client.
Product bottles will be cleaned and disinfected between uses with different clients.
Disinfectant listed on the Government of Canada “Approved Disinfectant Agents List for COVID 19” will be use
LAST UPDATED: November, 2022
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