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We also found massage businesses that are licensed, but have unlicensed "employees" working inside. Woman accused of running illegal business from… DNA evidence links 2 men to robbery, rapes at Houston-area spa One massage business Channel 2 Investigates visited in Friendswood advertises walk-in service, but when we walked in, we saw important looking certificates on the wall, but there were no licensed massage therapists around.
Are you state licensed as a massage therapist? Why is it important that somebody has a license? Licensing also mandates massage therapists get a background check, but we discovered a hitch in that system.
There are licensed individuals that have criminal convictions that are in the program and shouldn't be in the program. Brian Francis is the executive director of the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation and he's the new boss of massage licensing.
Until late last year, the state's massage industry was regulated by Texas Health and Human Services. Under Texas Health and Human services, according to TDLR, some people convicted of violent and or sexual crimes continued to hold a massage license. Eisenbaum asked," One or two out of ?
There are two routine events when TDLR would learn whether someone has been convicted of a violent or sexual offense that would keep them from being a licensed massage therapist: When they apply for an original license, or When they apply to renew their license. TDLR also does extensive outreach with law enforcement. TDLR took over the massage therapy program in November A representative from TDLR said, "We are aware that the potential criminal history of massage therapists is an issue. It would be helpful to have authority to require fingerprint-based criminal background checks and rap-back notifications from law enforcement when a massage therapy applicant or licensee has been convicted.