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Medical Maven: Passing Treatment to a Medical Professional

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According to Potter Stewart, “Ethics is knowing the difference between what you have a right to do and what is right to do.”

In school, ethics is taught as a moral code for a professional to abide by while they are in practice. It teaches the importance of doing each client that is treated “right” by act and verbiage. This is not anything that can be seen, for it is a conscience compass; each professional chooses the direction to take while treating a client. It is this conscience guide that communicates with each professional, letting them know when something is out of their scope of practice.

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Amra LearAmra Lear, licensed massage therapist and aesthetician, NCBTMB provider, trainer, and co-creator of world-renowned treatments such as the Nobu Go, recently relocated to Pallavi Luxury Spa in Clearwater, Florida after spending the last 22 years of her career on the Las Vegas strip at two prestigious spas. As a spa spokesperson, she appeared internationally on various media platforms sharing her knowledge on spa treatments and wellness. 

 

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