License Defense For Massage Therapists
Massage Therapist License Defense
If you have questions about your massage therapist license or need help defending it, please call for a free consultation with an attorney, (503) 232-9280.
If you have been contacted by the Oregon Board of Massage Therapists about a complaint or allegation, we can provide legal services for you in defending your massage therapy license.
Anyone can file a complaint against a massage therapist – a client, a co-worker, or an employer. Once that complaint has been alleged, it sets in motion a process that can have a serious impact on your job, your career, and your ability to continue to practice massage therapy.
After the Oregon Board of Massage Therapists conducts an investigation, if the state board decides that there’s cause for discipline, those sanctions can include: reprimand, financial penalties, ethics protocol, probation, suspension of your license, and/or revocation of your license.
Common complaints against massage therapists include the following:
- violations of the rules or statutes governing massage therapy, as set forth by the Massage Therapist Board
- inappropriate conduct
- ethical violations
- sexual misconduct
- improper care
- expired massage therapy license
- failure to complete continuing education requirements
As an experienced license defense attorney, Kevin Keaney can be with you every step of the way, advising you of your legal rights, and helping to ensure the most positive outcome.
For questions about the process of defending your massage therapist license, please call (503) 232-9280 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: We provide legal assistance for massage therapists in Oregon, Washington, and Texas. Our law firm is in Portland.
Note: Kevin Keaney provides legal help for nurses in Texas who need to defend their professional licenses, as well as massage therapists and other healthcare professionals.