Massage Therapy Liability Insurance: Massage Therapy & Stress

Massage Therapy Liability Insurance: Massage Therapy & Stress

Massage Therapy Liability Insurance: Massage Therapy & Stress

Nearly half of American adults will experience some form of mental health challenges during their lifetime.

Now more than ever, stress is not only prevalent but is negatively impacting people’s health and well-being.

Massage therapy has proven to significantly reduce stress on both physical and psychological levels.

There are numerous research findings validating the positive effect massage therapy has on reducing stress.

Massage and stress-related research showed:
Trigger point therapy provided a significant decrease in heart rate, systolic blood pressure, and diastolic blood pressure.

A 10-15 minute chair massage lowered measures of oxygen consumption, blood pressure, and salivary cortisol levels.

Massage for nurses during work hours aided in the reduction of stress and related symptoms, including headaches, shoulder tension, insomnia, fatigue, and muscle and joint pain.

As a massage therapist, you are passionate about helping people by providing hands-on caregiving massage therapy that offers a balance between empathy, compassion, and professionalism.

Having comprehensive liability insurance for massage therapy also guarantees a level of confidence and is a best business practice. The American Massage Council (AMC) offers the most affordable and reliable professional liability insurance for massage therapy coverage and more.

Professional liability insurance for massage therapy with American Massage Council offers peace of mind that you will be protected in your day-to-day massage practice so you can do what you love, helping others.

At the American Massage Council, we believe the more we help you, the more you will help others.


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