General Registration Now Open For The Medical Spa Show 2019

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Early-bird pricing will last until September 1 for medical aesthetic professionals of all titles.

“How you spend your time is very important and I think this is one of those events where I would carve out time to go to specifically, just because of the uniqueness of it,” says Michael Zanetti, Limited Partner with Erasable, Inc. in Tampa, Florida.

General early-bird registration for The Medical Spa Show, which takes place February 8–10, 2019, at the Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas is now open. The Medical Spa Show is the premier trade show for non-invasive medical aesthetics. From July 1 through August 31, non-members can register for $620 and members can register for $545: a $75 savings from the full online ticket price. Group discounts are also available.

The show features multiple simultaneous tracks of education showcasing new treatments, technologies, strategies, and up-to-date regulatory information to keep your practice profitable and legally compliant. Along with education, The Medical Spa Show includes a large expo hall floor with more than 100 vendors, including Exclusive Black Opal Sponsor: Crystal Clear Digital Marketing; Sapphire Sponsors: Care Credit, Dermaconcepts/Environ Skin Care, and Neostrata; and Ruby Sponsor, Sciton.

“There’s no bad speaker; everybody here is great and you’re going to learn something from every single class and have something to take away,” says Tonya Dubois, PA-C/owner of Dermal Solution in Texarkana, Texas. “My biggest takeaway is that I still don’t know a lot. You think you know a lot until you start mingling with people in the industry and other people who have been doing this longer than you, seeing what services other people offer.”

The Medical Spa Show is unique in that its educational program was built by medical spas, for medical spas, focusing 100% on what it takes to build a successful non-invasive medical aesthetic practice. More than 450 medical spa owners, physicians, mid-level practitioners, nurses, and others representing more than 200 practices from across the country attended the inaugural 2018 event.

“This is amazing, because it’s a medical spa show for us,” says Betsy Schuh, practice manager for Destination Aesthetics in Sacramento, CA. “People that do this all day, every day, versus going to a massive show for doctors and surgeons and a little bit for medical spa. This is all about us, and it feels liberating.”

“There’s no shortage of events for people in this space to go to: you could make it a full-time job just going to conventions in Orlando and Las Vegas. How you spend your time is very important and I think this is one of those events where I would carve out time to go to specifically, just because of the uniqueness of it,” says Michael Zanetti, Limited Partner with Erasable, Inc. in Tampa, Florida.

Find more information and register today at http://www.medicalspashow.com.

About the American Med Spa Association: The American Med Spa Association (AmSpa) provides business and legal resources to medical spas and aesthetic practices across the country. AmSpa’s events—including Medical Spa Boot Camps and The Medical Spa Show—provide business and legal best-practices to anyone entering the medical spa space or looking to improve their existing business. AmSpa members receive access to legal summaries of the laws governing medical spas in their state, access to an exclusive medical spa insurance program, and many other benefits. 312-981-0993, info@americanmedspa.org.

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