Is Your Wellness Service Refund Policy Compliant?
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  • Published: February 20, 2024

Are you like so many businesses I see that offers wellness services across the United States, perhaps through a virtual platform? If so, pay attention. Depending on the type of services you offer, you may be subject to state laws regarding refunds and cancellation policies. Let me give you an example: A fitness company offers […]

Is Your Mental Health Peer Support Program ADA-Compliant?
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  • Published: January 19, 2024

Many organizations, including hospitals and other health care organizations, are embracing peer support networks to tackle the extreme levels of burnout being felt by many employees in the workplace. Employees can get trained or certified as Mental Health Fist Aid responders to serve as a peer support person. When done right, peer support can be […]

As the traditional health system continues to fail patients and providers alike, more people are turning to wellness to fill in the gaping hole left by traditional health care. For those wellness practitioners wanting to serve clients as a health, wellness or lifestyle coach, aruveyda or reiki practitioner, yoga instructor, personal trainer, massage therapist, holistic […]

It may come as a surprise that many services we classify as “wellness services” do not require a state-issued license, either for the practitioner delivering the service or the business offering the service. Some practitioners believe that a certification from a wellness education provider, such as for health coaches, reiki practitioners, mindfulness practitioners, personal trainers, […]

Who Will Lead the Ethical Wellness Movement?
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  • Published: September 27, 2023

As a wellness lawyer, I hear all kinds of complaints from all kinds of different stakeholders in the wellness industry. Lately, I have been hearing from people wronged by health and business coaches. These individuals have been hurt emotionally and financially by unethical coaches. This emotional or financial injury may occur because the coach oversteps […]

Telemedicine has become increasingly popular, especially with advancements in technology and the need for convenient and accessible healthcare. Many licensed healthcare professionals, including doctors, nurses, therapists, and specialists, are utilizing telemedicine to provide consultations, advice, prescriptions, and ongoing care to patients across the country. Through telemedicine, healthcare professionals can conduct virtual appointments, review medical records, […]

Lately our firm has had a lot of clients with nursing background come to us to escape their employment as a nurse in a hospital or other traditional health care organization, or to start a side business as a nurse coach, IV hydration business owner, med spa owner, or combination of all three. Why they […]

Lately our firm has received a lot of inquiries from registered nurses who want to start an IV hydration business. Burned out from working in hospitals and long term care facilities, particularly in the aftermath of COVID19, many nurses are looking to use their skills in more satisfying and profitable ways. IV hydration businesses are […]

Introduction to Health Coach Laws in Florida
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  • Published: March 23, 2023

As you embark on your new career path as a health coach, making sure that your business remains in compliance with Florida health coach laws will be essential. Failure to do so could be devastating for your new business and put you at risk of penalties. However, these laws can often be complex. Our health […]

Massage Liability Waivers: What You Need to Know
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  • Published: March 7, 2023

Your massage therapy business needs to have massage liability waivers in place before you do any work on clients. This can help protect you or any massage therapists you employ if your client subsequently suffers an injury due to their massage therapy session. However, it is important to ensure that your massage liability waivers are […]