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460.11

460.11 Practice requirements.

460.11(1)

(1) A license holder may not practice massage therapy or bodywork therapy on a client unless the license holder first obtains the informed consent of the client and has informed the client that he or she may withdraw the consent at any time.

460.11(2)

(2) A license holder shall keep confidential any information that a client in confidence gives to the license holder and any other information that the license holder obtains about a client in the course of practicing massage therapy or bodywork therapy that a reasonable person in the client's position would want kept confidential, unless the information is otherwise required by law to be disclosed or the client specifically authorizes the disclosure of the information.

460.11(3)

(3) A license holder may not, whether for compensation or not, practice massage therapy or bodywork therapy for a sexually oriented business, as defined by the affiliated credentialing board by rule.

460.11 - ANNOT.

NOTE: This section is shown as amended eff. 12-1-10 by 2009 Wis. Act 355. Prior to 12-1-10 it reads:

460.11 - ANNOT.

460.11 Practice requirements. (1) A certificate holder may not practice massage therapy or bodywork on a client unless the certificate holder first obtains the informed consent of the client and has informed the client that he or she may withdraw the consent at any time.

460.11 - ANNOT.

(2) A certificate holder shall keep confidential any information that a client in confidence gives to the certificate holder and any other information that the certificate holder obtains about a client in the course of practicing massage therapy or bodywork that a reasonable person in the client's position would want kept confidential, unless the information is otherwise required by law to be disclosed or the client specifically authorizes the disclosure of the information.

460.11 - ANNOT.

(3) A certificate holder may not, whether for compensation or not, practice massage therapy or bodywork for a sexually oriented business, as defined by the department by rule.

460.11 - ANNOT.

History: 2001 a. 74; 2009 a. 355.