Sometimes people’s muscles or bones just ache. In many cases they have tried all kinds of medicine and even some kinds of physical therapy, to no avail. The good news for them is that you as a myotherapist can help them, at least in most cases.
Bonnie Prudden was the first to coin the term “Myotherapy,” and since then, many people, including you, have studied the techniques and practices that go along with the trigger point therapy and thousands of people have benefitted from the procedure, including your patients. But what would happen if something were to go wrong?
As skilled and professional as you are, there are some things that are just out of your control. What if a client entered your premises and fell and hurt their head? What if, during the course of your work, you accidentally aggravated an already existing injury?
Think about the costs associated with your client being injured. Unless you have tens of thousands of dollars just lying around, those extra expenses are really going to hurt you and your business. Unless, of course, you have already set up the the protection that only comes from having myotherapy insurance.
Insurance is one of the best ways to transfer financial risk from you to someone else. Even the very wealthy, who really do have tens of thousands of dollars lying around, have insurance because they want to protect their money in every instance. You can do the same. Yes, it’s true that you will have to pay a premium, but here’s the thing: If you have to use the insurance for any reason, you will be so glad you had it. And because you never know what can go wrong, having liability insurance for myotherapy professionals is the right way for you to protect yourself as you go about your career.
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