How often would you say people think about their brain and spinal cord? Usually, unless they work with these areas for a living, they rarely give them a second thought. They take them for granted. How many people do you think even know about the craniosacral system? Not too many. (Just FYI, the craniosacral system is the membranes and fluids that surround, protect, and nourish the brain and spinal cord.)
As a craniosacral therapist, however, you know a lot about the brain, the spinal cord, and other aspects of the central nervous system. You can see in your clients the stress that this system goes through on a daily basis. The strain leads to tension that can disrupt the functionality of their entire body, which is where you come in.
However, even though craniosacral therapy consists of very light touching on the tissues that surround the central nervous system, there are still risks you need to watch out for. Clients who claim they were injured on your premises, or because of the therapy you provide, may force you to pay thousands of dollars in medical bills and other expenses.
This is one reason why having craniosacral therapy insurance is so important. It gives you the financial protection you need for your business.
No matter how talented you are, and no matter how long you’ve been practicing, there is always a chance that an accident could occur that will ruin everything you’ve worked for. Don’t take that chance. Having financial safeguards in place, including insurance, can give you peace of mind as you go about your work.
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