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Boost Your Image With Two Simple (Tax Deductible) Changes!

It's happened to all of us before: picked a massage therapist out of the phone book and showed up to somewhere we've never been before only to be greeted by a massage therapist wearing a tee shirt and jeans. Right away, we start second guessing our decision of picking someone out of the phone book and some of us even leave!

If you are a massage therapist, one little accessory will keep this from happening to you ever again - a lab coat; and for an added image boost, a set of fashion scrubs. I'm not talking about the very medical looking scrubs that I simply need my doctors and nurses to wear. I'm talking about the fashion scrubs with empire waist, cross piped stitching, gothic print or embroidered stitching in fun, bright colors like purple, red and royal blue for women; and a nice basic cargo scrub set for men. If you can't go all the way with a scrub set, at least wear a scrub top. It is an instant image boost which is extremely important for keeping walk-in and first time customers.

If you do not want to wear scrub sets or scrub tops, at least cover your jeans and tee shirt with a lab coat. It's a win win for everyone. Your customers will feel comfortable with your professional image and you will feel comfortable wearing your work uniform of choice. The extra "wins" in the equation for you just keep coming though -- your scrubs and lab coats can be tax deductible (see your tax professional for details) and you don't ever have to worry about staining your favorite tee shirts or jeans with oils or creams. Talk about incentive!

EZ Uniforms and Scrubs has the best prices and a wide selection of fashion scrubs and lab coats. The most popular item for massage therapists has been the Scrub Skirt Set in Purple, Royal Blue and Red and the Ladies Lab Coat with pockets - but your choice of what you'll select to boost your image is as infinite as our selection! Feel free to contact us for bulk pricing at or 770-734-3466 if you're outfitting a whole staff. We guarantee you'll get the highest quality and lowest prices!

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Comment by Denise H. Williams on August 15, 2010 at 8:17pm
I stopped wearing scrubs many years ago. Traded them in for a knit polo shirt and color matched poly/nylon sport jogging pants or chinos. It was a practical compromise that allowed me to be comfortable and neat at the same time.
Comment by Lanakila Iesu on July 27, 2010 at 9:31pm
When working in a chiropractor's office I found it very nice to have non-traditional scrubs that suited my personal style a bit. Sadly scrubs in general didn't go over so well in my private practice; clients seemed intimidated by the medical look, no matter how fun and fashionable, so I went back to jeans and t-shirts. You have to be sensitive and communicative in developing your professional image, as with any aspect of professional practice!

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