Infection control in the Massage Practice

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Much attention is placed on protecting me as a therapist with good sanitation practices. Frequent washing of the hands, clean sheets, no double-dipping into the lotion, etc. I liked the emphasis placed in this chapter (of Mosby’s Pathology for Massage Therapists by Salvo and Anderson) on my client’s protection. I’m more aware now that I can be a “vector” and move a toe fungus to another part of my client’s body if I do not inspect the body part I’m about to work with first.

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