The International Association for Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine (IAPAM) is a voluntary association of physicians which sets standards for the aesthetic medical profession. The goal of the association is to offer education, ethical standards, credentialing, member benefits and work towards certification in Aesthetic Medicine. The IAPAM offers the only complete aesthetic medicine training program and long term support for physicians practicing aesthetic medicine. Whether you are interested in opening a Medical Spa (MedSpa, MediSpa) or adding a few Aesthetic Medicine procedures to your existing practice, the IAPAM can help you succeed. http://www.aestheticmedicinesymposium.com/
The IAPAM offers physicians the industry's leading botox training and associated facial aesthetics medicine education (including training on lasers for skin rejuvenation and hair removal, medical microdermabrasion and medical grade chemical peels).
From Botox training for physicians to marketing your aesthetic medicine business, the IAPAM offers the industry's most comprehensive workshops for physicians. The IAPAM's Aesthetic Practice Startup Workshop is the only medical spa business program highlighting the latest information on social media marketing and is taught by an actual medspa owner who knows the facts.
Consumer demand for Botox and other minimally invasive cosmetic procedures is at an all time high. The IAPAM is helping physicians enter this lucrative market by offering their dermatologist-led, 2-day Aesthetic Medicine Symposium with Botox Training.
The International Association For Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine (IAPAM) has surveyed its membership, its medical faculty, and has consulted with numerous experts in aesthetic medicine, to develop a forecast for the top aesthetic medicine treatments or trends physicians can expect to see in 2011.
In the coming year, physicians focused on growth will continue to seek out the best botox training, and hCG for weight loss programs, particularly programs offering physician-lead, hands-on training in botox and the other minimally-invasive treatments. To meet this need, the IAPAM announces the 2011 dates for its respected Aesthetic Medicine Symposiums and hCG Training programs.
The IAPAM's 2-Day Aesthetic Medicine Symposium is the most focused training for physicians in Botox®, dermal fillers, laser skin resurfacing & laser hair removal, chemical peels, microdermabrasion and hCG for Weight Loss.
The IAPAM recently identified a correlation between the increase in physicians engaging in the IAPAM's comprehensive, hands-on Botox Training, and the significant growth in botox and dermal filler procedures.
The IAPAM reports on the dangers of improperly sourced hCG for medical weight loss programs, and educates doctors on how to safely source hCG and how to effectively and profitably deliver an hCG Weight Loss Program to their patients. One critical success factor is to complete expert training through programs like the IAPAM's hCG Physician Training Program.
To date, all of the 2010 IAPAM's Aesthetic Medicine Symposium events have sold out. These respected and well attended multi-day educational programs are coveted training forums for physicians eager to safely, profitably and successfully add botox, hCG medical weight loss, and other aesthetic modalities to their existing practices, or to launch a medical spa.
In today's global economy, Spanish-speaking consumers and businesses account for almost 20 percent of all gross spending. Spanish is the official language of 24 countries and is spoken as a first language by over 400 million potential patients around the world.
Physicians continue to seek out comprehensive aesthetic medicine training programs, including training in Botox, laser training, medical microdermabrasion training, chemical peel training and medical weight management programming. To meet this educational need, the IAPAM announces the continuation of the internationally respected Aesthetic Medicine Symposium series in 2010.
Many State regulators are looking at increased regulation of the medical spa industry. Many medical boards are now looking at requiring physician's to complete a combination of didactic and hands-on aesthetic medicine training prior to entering this field.
From our double shot, extra hot, non-fat vanilla lattes to new under eye anti-puffiness serums, a jolt of caffeine has alluring qualities in making our lives more endurable. However, while there is significant study into many of the benefits of ingested caffeine, the jury is still out on the long-lasting benefits of this "miracle" ingredient, when applied as a part of an anti-aging regiment.
The IAPAM has developed a groundbreaking new workshop for physicians making an entry into the Aesthetic Medicine arena. The Aesthetic Practice Startup Workshop provides participants with all the tools needed, including a customized business plan and complementary CD and print materials, to support the profitable addition of aesthetic medicine into their medical practice.
In today’s economy, and given the growth in accessibility and acceptance of aesthetic medicine procedures, it is very important that physicians understand: “what is working” and “what is not.” in their practices, in order to have a successful and profitable medical spa. The IAPAM's Aesthetic Medicine Symposium was designed to answer these critical questions.
The International Association for Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine (IAPAM) new AestheticMedicineNews.com site is aimed at educating physicians, medical spa owners, media and the public on the latest aesthetic medical news and medical spa procedures.