Electroacupuncture is a form of alternative medicine. Like its traditional counterpart, traditional acupuncture and electroacupuncture both use thin needles inserted at specific pressure points. It differs from traditional acupuncture where it uses two needles per pressure point and a small electrical current is passed between them.
This current will stimulate pressure points more effectively than physical simulations like needle twirling. Despite the small electrical current, it is still dealing with electricity and sharp needles. There is risk involved. That's why insurance is a good idea.
We recommend two types of insurance for this type of business, professionalliability insurance and general liability insurance. Professional liability insurance will cover damages from negligence claims. For example, a client wants to seek compensation after not noticing any improvement, professional liability insurance will cover it. General liability insurance will cover claims concerning physical damages. For example, a client got an electrical burn from the electrical current, general liability insurance would cover the fees. Insurance is a good idea for any business, especially ones concerning medicine and health care.
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