As a personal injury law firm, we have heard from many clients who have experienced inappropriate behavior during a professional massage. This can range from a therapist who makes inappropriate comments to one who inappropriately touches the client. Such behavior can not only be uncomfortable, but it can also be traumatic and lead to long-term psychological effects. Therefore, it is important to know what should never happen during a professional massage.
In this post, we will provide some tangible and useful tips that can help you avoid such situations.
What You Should NEVER Experience During a Professional Massage
The most obvious and common form of inappropriate behavior during a massage is sexual advances. No therapist should ever make any sexual advances towards their clients. If you feel uncomfortable or threatened in any way, immediately speak up and report the incident to the authorities.
Another form of inappropriate behavior is when the therapist touches the client in an inappropriate way. This can be anything from touching a private area to touching the client’s body in a way that makes them uncomfortable. Always speak up if you feel uncomfortable and report the incident to the authorities.
Discrimination based on gender, race, religion, or sexual orientation should never happen during a professional massage. If you feel discriminated against, immediately speak up and report the incident to the authorities.
Sharing Personal Information
A therapist should never share personal information with their client or ask the client to share their personal information. This includes anything from personal phone numbers to personal addresses. If you feel uncomfortable in any way, immediately speak up and report the incident to the authorities.
Contact Our Attorneys at KMD Law
Inappropriate behavior during a professional massage should never happen. If you experience any such behavior, immediately speak up and report the incident to the authorities.
At KMD Law, we understand the seriousness of such incidents and our team of experienced lawyers can help you seek justice. Contact us today for a free consultation. (833) 456-3529