These measures are based on the recommendation of both the State of Michigan and the Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP). They are subject to change as this is a new venture for us all!
WHAT MEASURES WE HAVE PUT IN PLACE:
All therapists will be wearing face masks and aprons during massage treatments.
We are allowing more time between clients in order to use our UV lighting. If you are having a difficult time scheduling please call the office for assistance.
We have purchased several HEPA air purifiers with UV lighting.
We are cleaning and disinfecting even more than usual with Rejuvenate hospital-grade disinfectants.
(The Rejuvenate™ line of disinfectants fulfill the criteria and are included on the
EPA’s List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2. These products are safer for you and the environment as they are biodegradable and non-irritating.)
A face mask is required for all clients. Please DO NOT enter the building without a face mask.
You will be asked to step to the reception window for a temperature check. You will be required to fill out a Covid-19 screening form and to sign a liability waiver.
You will be asked the following questions; if the answer to
any of these questions is YES, please call to reschedule
1. Have you had a fever in the last 24 hours of 100°F or above?
2. Do you now, or have you recently had, any respiratory or flu symptoms (including fever, chills, sore throat, cough, muscle aches, or shortness of breath)?
3. Have you been in contact with anyone in the last 10 days who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 or has coronavirus-type symptoms?
4. Have you traveled anywhere outside of the state in the last 10 days?
Regardless of the precautions put in place by Synergetic Healing there is no way
possible to insure that any person coming into the office has or has not been
exposed to any virus. Additionally there is data stating that the Covid-19 virus
may leave some people predisposed to blood clots. This can be very dangerous
and is contraindicated for massage.
Please know that there are risks with massage; know your body
and be truthful with your therapist.