PRACTITIONERS - MAKE SURE YOUR MN CAP LAW BILL OF RIGHTS IS UP-TO-DATE:
Clicking on this will open a Word Document that you can then edit, to customize it, to your specific practice, save and print.
This template reflects changes in what is required to be in the CAP Client Bill of Rights, and has been checked over by the Office of Unlicensed Complementary and Alternative Health Care Practices in the MN State Department of Health.
Client Intake & SOAP Documentation for Your Massage Practice
Protect yourself, your clients and your massage therapy practice by utilizing proper documentation techniques. Use AMTA's client intake forms to fully understand your client before you begin your first massage session.
Keep track of your massage client's condition and progress with sample SOAP notes. These helpful reference tools can enhance your rapport with your clients, and are also invaluable when communicating with insurance companies.
Free Sample Forms for Your Massage Practice
Follow that bill
You can follow bills throughout the legislative process by signing up for MyBills, a personalized way to track House and Senate bills by number. Find more information on how to follow House and Senate bills here.
We will post any bills that are important to our profession here. Check back often and sign up for our newsletter to stay informed!
Meet Our Lobbyist: Kevin Goodno
Hailing from Moorhead, Kevin Goodno has an extensive background in the Minnesota political scene. Originally elected to the House of Representative in 1990 to represent District 09A. He served six terms until 2003. During his 12 years in office he served on several committees and authored numerous bills. Kevin was the Chair of the Health and Human Services Finance Committee his last two terms and also served on the Health and Human Services Policy Committee. In 2003 he was appointed by Gov. Ti\ Pawlenty to serve as the Commissioner of the MN Dept. of Human Services; a position he held until 2006. Goodno is a respected and experienced advocate. Recognized for excellence in his work as a state legislator, Commissioner, and lobbyist. His primary services include Government Relations and he has expertise in Health Care issues. His experience with health care organizations includes the Epilepsy Foundation of Minnesota and Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare, just to name a few. He is a past board member of Courage Center and is currently the Board Chair of the American Brain Foundation. According to Goodno, he appreciates opportunities to work with Minnesota’s disability community and other groups that are traditionally underrepresented at the capitol.
During Kevin’s extensive experience in state government and non-profits, he developed strong working relationships with policy makers. This unique blend of experience, expertise, and relationships sets him apart from his peers. He was named by Best Lawyers “Lawyer of the Year” in Minneapolis for Government Relations, 2015 and 2018. Kevin has been tasked to assist AMTA-MN Chapter in its legislative agenda – to advocate for massage therapists with the Minnesota Legislature, Governor’s administration, other policy makers, and interested stakeholders. Additionally, he and his team will monitor bills that are introduced in the Legislature that could impact massage therapists.
My personal experience of Kevin has been very positive. He and his team are responsive to questions and concerns. He is extremely knowledgeable about state statutes, individual legislators, and health care matters. He is a good fit for massage therapists. I have complete confidence in Kevin and his team to support and advocate for our members. Kevin would like our members to know that he “is committed to increasing the voice of massage therapists at the capitol and looks forward to working with the AMTA-MN Chapter and its members.”