64B7-30.001 Misconduct and Negligence in the Practice of Massage Therapy
The following acts shall constitute the failure to practice massage therapy with that level of care, skill, and treatment which is recognized by a reasonably prudent similar massage therapist as being acceptable under similar conditions and circumstances:
Administering treatment in a negligent manner.
Violating the confidentiality of information or knowledge concerning a client.
Offering massage therapy at a sports event, convention or trade show without obtaining the written approval of the owner or property manager of the site at which the sports event, convention or trade show is held.
Failure to explain expected draping techniques to a client. As used in this rule, draping means towels, gowns, sheets or clothing.
Failure to appropriately drape a client. Appropriate draping of a client shall include draping of the buttocks and genitalia of all clients, and breasts of female clients, unless the client gives specific informed consent to be undraped.