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Terms & Conditions

  • Glossary of Terms:

    • MoM - Massage Over Matter LLC

    • LMT - Licensed Massage Therapist​

    • Massage / Manual Therapy / BodyWork

      • As defined by "Massage refers to the mobilization of the soft tissue which may include skin, fascia, tendons, ligaments, and muscles, for the purpose of establishing and maintaining good physical condition. The term shall include effleurage, petrissage, tapotement, compression, vibration, stretching, heliotherapy, superficial hot and cold applications, topical applications, or other therapy which involves movement either by hand, forearm, elbow, or foot, for the purpose of therapeutic massage. Massage therapy may include the external application and use of herbal or chemical preparations and lubricants such as salts, powders, liquids, nonprescription creams, mechanical devises such as T-bars, thumpers, body support systems, heat lamps, hot and cold packs, salt glow, steam cabinet baths or hydrotherapy. The term includes any massage, movement therapy, massage technology, myotherapy, massotherapy, oriental massage techniques, structural integration, or polarity therapy. The term does not usually include laser therapy, microwave, injection therapy, manipulation of the joints, or any diagnosis or treatment of an illness that normally involves the practice of medicine, chiropractic, physical therapy, podiatry, nursing, occupational therapy, veterinary, acupuncture, osteopathy, orthopedics, hypnosis, or naturopathics."

    • HIPAA - As defined by the CDC:

      • "The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) is a federal law that required the creation of national standards to protect sensitive patient health information from being disclosed without the patient’s consent or knowledge. The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued the HIPAA Privacy Rule to implement the requirements of HIPAA. The HIPAA Security Rule protects a subset of information covered by the Privacy Rule."

      • HIPAA Privacy Rule​

        • "The Privacy Rule standards address the use and disclosure of individuals’ health information (known as “protected health information”) by entities subject to the Privacy Rule. These individuals and organizations are called “covered entities.” The Privacy Rule also contains standards for individuals’ rights to understand and control how their health information is used. A major goal of the Privacy Rule is to ensure that individuals’ health information is properly protected while allowing the flow of health information needed to provide and promote high quality health care and to protect the public’s health and well-being. The Privacy Rule strikes a balance that permits important uses of information while protecting the privacy of people who seek care and healing."

      • HIPAA Security Rule

        • "While the HIPAA Privacy Rule safeguards protected health information (PHI), the Security Rule protects a subset of information covered by the Privacy Rule. This subset is all individually identifiable health information a covered entity creates, receives, maintains, or transmits in electronic form. This information is called “electronic protected health information” (e-PHI). The Security Rule does not apply to PHI transmitted orally or in writing."

      • Security Rule Compliance​​

        • Ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of all electronic protected health information

        • Detect and safeguard against anticipated threats to the security of the information

        • Protect against anticipated impermissible uses or disclosures

        • Certify compliance by their workforce

        • Covered entities should rely on professional ethics and best judgment when considering requests for these permissive uses and disclosures.

        • The HHS Office for Civil Rights enforces HIPAA rules, and all complaints should be reported to that office. HIPAA violations may result in civil monetary or criminal penalties.​

    • PHI - Patient Health Information

      • As defined by Wikipedia: "Any information about health status, provision of health care, or payment for health care that is created or collected by a Covered Entity (or a Business Associate of a Covered Entity), and can be linked to a specific individual.​"


  • Health Considerations

    • COVID-19 Disclosure

      • As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, we've put extra measures in place for the safety of our clients and staff alike. We require all clients to complete our COVID-19 Disclosure Form prior to arrival so that we can provide the best possible safe experience.​

      • This form must be completed at least 2 hours prior to the scheduled appointment. Failure to do so will result in the cancellation of the appointment and forfeiture of the deposit in accordance with our Cancellation/Rescheduling Policy.

    • All PHI gathered by MoM and/or its contracted LMT's​ is subject to the laws and regulations stipulated within HIPAA guidelines.

      • PHI is used solely for the purpose of determining whether manual therapy is in the best interests of the client and which treatment options will be made available. PHI is never shared without the express written consent of the party(ies) involved.


  • Description of Services

    • Massage Over Matter LLC is the highest-rated concierge provider of manual therapy services in Florida. All services are strictly professional and performed by licensed and insured providers. Massage Over Matter LLC will provide all appropriate equipment necessary for the service including: chair/table, linens, music, aromatherapy, lotion/oil, topical creams, kinisio-tape, modality-specific equipment, etc.

    • The LMT will arrive at the requested location approximately 15 minutes before the appointment time for client assessment and equipment setup. Service time starts when therapy begins, as determined by the LMT; this is typically after the client is laying on the table and the LMT has started manipulating tissues. The LMT may also determine the session has started by leading/guiding the client through active and/or passive ranges of motion designed to evaluate and alleviate areas of discomfort.

    • "Deep Tissue" refers to a corrective modality/technique, NOT the amount of pressure used during manipulation. Deep Tissue massage is generally NOT a full-body service; it focuses on the area of restriction/discomfort. If there is time for additional therapy, the LMT may decide to provide at their discretion.

    • BioEnergetic WellNES System services may be performed in-person or via distance/remote conferencing using the Ring Central platform (similar to Zoom)


  • Payment and Fees:​​

    • Location does not govern service pricing with one exception:

      • Travel is complimentary up to 30 miles from the Tampa Prime Outlets

        • Tampa Prime Outlets address: 2300 Grand Cypress Dr, Lutz, FL 33559​

      • 30-50 Miles: $35 travel fee

      • any service requiring over 50 miles of travel from the Tampa Premium Outlets in Lutz, FL will be charged an additional $1 each additional mile after 50. 

    • A deposit of $75.00 for the service is due at the time of online booking 

      • Remaning amount will be due at the conclusion of the ​service(s)

        • This may include (but is not limited to) travel, parking, add-on service enhancements, tips, etc​


  • Cancellations/Rescheduling​

    • All appointment reservations require a $75.00 deposit at the time they are scheduled.

    • Cancelled/rescheduled appointment fees:​

      • Less than 24 hours notice:

        • 100% of the deposit is forfeited

  • No-Shows

    • Complete forfeiture of the deposit and immediate restriction from being able to book any further services until resolved with management.

  • Misconduct​


    • Our therapists retain the right to terminate any service at any time due to their perception of inappropriate conduct from the client.

    • This includes but is not limited to inappropriate touching, vulgar language, harassment, or intoxication on the part of the client.

    • If the session is terminated due to misconduct:

      • the therapist will immediately stop all services and allow the client to dress

      • the therapist will then gather their equipment and belongings and leave the place of service

      • If the client refuses to cooperate with the therapist as they're attempting to leave, the therapist may choose to leave all equipment and belongings and immediately contact the local authorities for assistance.

    • Any deposit and/or payment made for any service terminated due to misconduct will be forfeited to the therapist and refunds will not be granted. 

    • Any current subscriptions, plans, or packages will be terminated in accordance with their individual terms and condtions.

    • Client will be blocked from booking any further services until resolved with management.

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