WellQuest Massage Covid 19 Procedures
For your safety and comfort, I have adapted the following procedures for each client visit.
Before coming to the office for your appointment, if you are unsure about how you are feeling, please take your temperature and call me to determine the proper course of action. If you are running a temperature of 100.4 or higher, or if you have traveled outside of Maryland by commercial transportation in the past 14 days, we will reschedule your appointment. I have relaxed my cancellation policy at this time for this reason.
Please do not wear any jewelry that you will need to remove before the massage.
For the foreseeable future, I will not shake hands or hug you.
Upon arrival at the parking lot, text me and wait in your vehicle. I will call you to confirm that the massage office has been sanitized and is ready for you. I will ask you a few pre-session health screening questions, and then let you know that it is ok to enter the building. A facial covering mask is required at all times while inside the building.
When you arrive at our outer office door, ring the bell, I will come to greet you at the door. I will take your temperature with an infrared forehead scanner, and escort you back to the massage room.
Once inside the massage room, I will provide hand sanitizer for your use. If you did not bring with you the signed 'COVID-19 Health Screening & Informed Consent’ form with you, I will provide one for you at that time.
There will be a sanitized plastic bin for your clothes.
The massage room is cleaned between each client session with hospital grade cleaner.
The massage table and face ring will be sanitized and air dried between each client session.
The face ring and cover will be switched to a fresh sanitized face ring and cover between each client session.
In the massage room, an air purifier will be operating throughout the day.
We will be using cleanable bolsters instead of pillows on the massage table.
The client’s chair has been recovered with a wipe able cover. It will be sanitized between client sessions.
I will be wearing a face mask and will change to a fresh apron for each client session.
These mandatory procedures are a combination of statutes from the State of Maryland, the C.D.C. and the A.M.T.A. If you have any questions or suggestions regarding these safety protocols, please let me know, I welcome your input.
Thank you in advance for your understanding and your co-operation,
Adva N Goldberg L.M.T.