Well I personally dont think it looks that bad. It`s simple and not an Amazon.com or anything but, sometimes you cant listen to every comment. If we changed our site based solely on one comment, we`d be making 50 changes a day just to suit 50 people.
Well the easiest way would be using paypal. It`s easy and your done. cutting checks is a separate matter you`d have to do manually. If it`s only going to be a few charges per month I would use paypal and not deal with a merchant account, it will cost you more to go with paypal, but I personally think the simplicity of it makes it worth it.
Neat idea and one that maybe even insurance companies might pick up coverage for. My only thought is that each surgery is different so you`d probably have to tailor your kits to fit specific types of surgeries. Would there also be rental equipment, maybe a wheel chair, or some other machine that is needed for a short time? You might also look at homecare companies and see if they want to purchase or resell that product.
well you can start by contacting companies like Nailco and become a distributor for them, then of course look for other massage supplying companies and do the same. I personally wouldn`t limit my sales to jsut massage because lots of places like our salon has massage in it, but we also have salon needs, facial massages, pedicures, etc. these are services that can accompany the massage and you could offer those products as well.