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Get Professional Liability Insurance for Salt Therapy!

Salt therapy, also known as halotherapy, uses a special device that releases microscopic salt particles into the air and you inhale them into your airways and lungs. The reasoning behind this treatment is that salt has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. If it is inhaled, the salt should thin and liquify accumulated mucus, allowing debris, pollutants, and other foreign particles to clear up easier. As a result, your respiratory system should be cleaner and breathing should be easier. 

In addition to respiratory benefits, salt therapy also has skin benefits. When your skin absorbs the microscopic salt particles, it should help reduce any inflammation and promote good bacteria. This leads to overall health and wellbeing improvement. It is a fact that salt does have anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, and it has shown effectiveness against sinus infections, asthma, eczema, anxiety, stress, colds, flu, and many more. However, salt therapy is not traditional medicine, meaning it lacks scientific evidence. 

If salt therapy is not performed by a trained professional, it could pose health risks such as coughing if too much salt is inhaled. If a client feels worse after treatment or if they have asthma, they could be suffering serious side effects of inhaling salt. There is so much risk involved in placing foreign solid objects within your lungs. If any of that solid salt damages their clients’ lungs in any way or form, a client could easily sue the practitioner. Your lungs are an important yet fragile part of your body. So you should always take caution before allowing anyone to inhale anything at all. That is why you should always get professional liability insurance to protect you against accidental damages. 

Commercial general liability insurance (GLI) is also important for every business. If any one of your clients gets injured by a 3rd party such as a broken chair or a slippery floor, GLI will cover it. Risks for 3rd party damages are nearly impossible to eliminate, hence you should get GLI. 

Learn more about insurance for salt therapy by consulting with us or by obtaining a free online quote below!

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