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Deb Fennell, MT
75 Grandview Dr
North Attleboro, MA
(508) 399-5205
Office Policy

Office Policy and Procedures

Ethics: I will strictly follow the Code of Ethics from the American Massage Therapy Association.

Payment: Payment is due when services are rendered (with the exception of gift certificates & visits previously purchased).

Cancellation: Notification is requested within 24 hours prior to appointment. The therapist may refuse a client after the second incidence of no-show.

Tardiness: If you arrive late for a scheduled session you will receive massage for the remaining time, unless some accommodation can be made.

Hygiene: Both the therapist and clients are required to follow proper hygiene etiquette. Due to health and safety regulations, the therapist reserves the right to refuse treatment due to improper hygiene.

Alcohol: Alcohol and massage do not mix. The therapist reserves the right to refuse treatment if intoxication is suspected.

New Clients: Before the initial treatment, a free consultation and assessment are required. You will need to fill out a medical history form. Please arrive 10-15 minutes prior to a scheduled first-time appointment.

Feedback: Client feedback during the session is crucial to ensure the comfort and satisfaction of the client. Notify the therapist immediately if any discomfort is experienced. Also, clients under the influence of drugs which impair their ability to give proper feedback (including alcohol) will be refused.

American Massage Therapy Association®
Code of Ethics

This Code of Ethics is a summary statement of the standards by which massage therapists agree to conduct their practices and is a declaration of the general principles of acceptable, ethical, professional behavior.

Massage therapists shall:

  1. Demonstrate commitment to provide the highest quality massage therapy/bodywork to those who seek their professional service.
  2. Acknowledge the inherent worth and individuality of each person by not discriminating or behaving in any prejudicial manner with clients and/or colleagues.
  3. Demonstrate professional excellence through regular self-assessment of strengths, limitations, and effectiveness by continued education and training.
  4. Acknowledge the confidential nature of the professional relationship with clients and respect each client's right to privacy.
  5. Conduct all business and professional activities within their scope of practice, the law of the land, and project a professional image.
  6. Refrain from engaging in any sexual conduct or sexual activities involving their clients.
  7. Accept responsibility to do no harm to the physical, mental and emotional well-being of self, clients, and associates.