Physicians are actively looking for certified aesthetics training to grow their practice and meet the growing demand of their patients who are looking to turn back the hands of time.
Aesthetic medicine training for physicians, which includes Botox® training courses, is a key part of any successful aesthetic medical practice.
The International Association for Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine (IAPAM) is offering industry-leading Botox training for physicians who are looking for Allergan’s Botox injection training. We provide physicians (MD/DO’s), PAs, and NP’s with comprehensive hands-on Botox training led by board-certified cosmetic dermatologists. The IAPAM’s Botox medical training for physicians is the only Botox injection training program course, where:
Botox training is a critical component of the IAPAM’s Aesthetic Medicine Symposium, which offers instruction on the top 5 minimally invasive procedures: Botox, Dermal Fillers, Microdermbarsion, Chemical Peels, and Laser Hair Removal and Skin Rejuvenation.
A critical part of any Botox Training for physicians is to make sure it is both Hands-On and CME approved. The IAPAM’s hands-on Botox Training at the Aesthetic Medicine Symposium gives you both of those benefits. Your attendance in the Aesthetic Medicine Symposium will earn you up to 33.5 AMA Cat 1 PRA CME credits.. In addition, you will also get an opportunity to see the setup of an aesthetic medical practice, so you know the right way to add aesthetics to your practice.
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Overall injectables (including Botox, Jeuveau and Dermal Fillers) saw a 10% increase in 2016.
The demand for facial aesthetics and other aesthetic procedures are growing and people are turning to non-surgical and minimally invasive procedures to look naturally younger.
Organizations like the International Association for Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine (IAPAM) are helping physicians meet this unprecedented demand by offering non-surgical aesthetic training programs.
The IAPAM’s training includes the top 5 most profitable non-invasive cosmetic procedures.
These include Botox® injection training, dermal filler training, laser training, microdermabrasion training, chemical peel training and training on how to run your aesthetic medicine practice profitably.
Facial injectables such as Botox® are thought of as the most profitable aesthetic procedure, but actually is not! However, it is a “must offer” procedure if you want to treat the #1 anti-aging request of your patients: wrinkles.
The key to a successful, and more importantly, profitable practice is to not only offer Botox injections to your patients but to also offer other complimentary aesthetic procedures, like laser hair removal, skin rejuvenation, and tattoo removal.
Hands-on Botox® injection training is necessary for any successful aesthetic medical practice or medispa.
Physicians will find the IAPAM’s internationally recognized Botox® certification and aesthetic certification to be of utmost importance to their patients.
When you look at the most requested minimally-invasive procedures, Botox® injections always tops the list.
There are many FDA approved botulinum toxins including Xeomin, Dysport, Jeuveau and most popular of all, Botox®.
If you are going to add aesthetics to a medical practice or open a medical spa, you are going to need comprehensive Botox® training classes for doctors in order to know how to perform Botox® injections and obtain a reputable Botox® certification.
It is important to have a solid knowledge of how to inject Botox® and hands on experience to get started.
When you are evaluating Botox training classes, make sure they are led by true experts of the skin, and that live, hands-on training and techniques are included.
Learn more about the IAPAM’s Allergan Botox® training today!
If you want to continue to grow and have a profitable practice, you need to consider adding other cosmetic procedures such as laser procedures to your practice.
Some of the more common laser procedures include treatments like laser hair removal, tattoo removal, skin rejuvenation, treating acne, and other anti-aging procedures.
Many doctors find offering laser procedures to be, not only very lucrative but also very rewarding.
When looking for laser training classes, you want to make sure it is CME approved and includes world class techniques and live, hands-on training.
One of the most profitable and minimally-invasive aesthetic procedures is chemical peels.
You may not have very many patients asking for chemical peels, but you may have people asking you to treat melasma, hyper pigmentation, acne smoothing rough and dry skin, treating fine lines and surface wrinkles. Chemical peels can positively deal with these conditions.
Adding chemical peels to your aesthetic practice is important and part of any comprehensive clinical training for physicians.
One procedure that goes along with Chemical Peels, is microdermabrasion. Many people confuse microdermabrasion and chemical peels, but they are not the same thing.
In a medical spa or physician owned aesthetic practice, offering microdermabrasion and micro-needling procedures is a key weapon against aging.
Minimally-invasive skin rejuvenation treatments will help your patients turn back the hands of time and feel younger.
The IAPAM’s advanced aesthetic training workshops are designed for all doctors from any medical specialty.
Our workshops and training focus on everything you need to know about cosmetic injectables, laser and light procedures, minimally invasive skin rejuvenation and more.
The IAPAM’s aesthetic training for physicians also covers the business and marketing aspects of running a profitable and successful aesthetic medicine practice.
Physicians have the opportunity to attend the Secrets to a Successful Practice Workshop, with the following topics included:
If you have no, or very little, experience with performing Botulinum Toxin (i.e. Dysport®, Botox®, Jeuveau™) injections, the Aesthetic Medicine Symposium is the right program for you. Physicians will learn Dysport and Botox injection techniques, as well as protocols and guidelines from our board certified dermatologists.
In addition, this 2-day program will combine the latest non-invasive medical aesthetic procedural training with proven strategies to successfully integrate aesthetic medicine into your practice or support the opening of a new medical spa.
Botox is a trademark of Allergan Inc.; Dysport is a trademark of Galderma; Xeomin is a trademark of Merz Aesthetics