Hey there. I have contacted my Groupon rep to see about changes in the wording, I have left it in their hands. However, i don't think contacting everyone is necesarry. I am in contact with the buyers when they call to make the appointment and it is part of my practice to go over who i am, what i do and answer potential questions. The truth is, they ARE comming for a type of massage treatment, a massage that i have been certified and insured to perform under my desigantion. I am not claiming to do something that i have not been trained to do. It states in the add that i am an acupuncturist under the business description and also states that "acupuressure techniques" are used. I am not sure where the huge deception is. (other than the 'massage therapy' wording specifically, which is being reviewed) I have been in correspondence with people who have bought and they are wondering if i am an RMT to see if they can claim this type of treatment under their massage insurance. (the answer if you read bellow is NO, it must go through as acupuncture.) Im am hoping that these discussions will help to clear that up for people. You are most certainly right about the nature of our clientelle in health care. I am particularly sensitive to this as i also work with special needs individuals, 12 years and counting. I would never do anything to decive people and ONLY perform techniques that i am educated in. You can rest assured that my clients are always given all the information necesarry before i even begin treatment. No exceptions. It is important to me as well to have full integrity in my practice. Thank you for your concern. My Groupon rep suggested that if you have further concerns of this matter to please contact them directly instead of using this platform. They would be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Tina M B.
Nov 19, 2012