IAPAM Announces Expansion Of Its Botox Training And Aesthetic Medicine Education Programs Into China
Today, the IAPAM announced that it is expanding its respected training programs, including its Aesthetic Medicine Symposium with Botox Training into China.
April 5, 2011 (Newswire.com) - The International Association for Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine (IAPAM) (http://www.iapam.com) provides expert training and support to physicians in aesthetic medicine procedures, including: Botox, dermal fillers, medical microdermabrasion, medical grade chemical peels and lasers and light devices (for hair removal and skin resurfacing). Today, the IAPAM announced that it is expanding its respected training programs, including its Aesthetic Medicine Symposium with Botox Training (http://www.aestheticmedicinesymposium.com) into China.
Since 2007, the IAPAM has provided over 800 physicians with the most comprehensive aesthetic medicine and Botox training programs. Today, the IAPAM announced that it will be offering memberships and its hands-on Aesthetic Medicine Symposium with Botox Training (http://www.aestheticmedicinesymposium.com) in China, in the fall of 2011.
For many physicians around the world, adding aesthetic medicine to a practice is a new endeavor, and the physician-lead training offered through the IAPAM provides doctors, both domestically and now in China, the support they need to make their healthcare businesses a success. By expanding its training offerings, including Botox (http://www.iapam.com/botox-training), dermal filler injections, lasers for skin rejuvenation (http://www.iapam.com/aesthetic-medicine-training/laser-training), medical microdermabrasion, and chemical peels, the IAPAM has grown to become the global leader in aesthetic medicine and botox training for physicians.
The IAPAM's suite of training programs instructs physicians on these key fundamentals:
- Understanding the latest trends in aesthetic medicine and how to use them to the advantage of the physician and his/her clinic;
- How to develop a patient base;
- How to perform aesthetic patient consultations;
- How to add cosmetic injectable procedures, including: Botox ®, and dermal fillers (i.e. Juvederm ®), chemical peels, and physician directed skin care; and
- Extensive, physician lead, hands-on training in Botulinum Toxin Type A (i.e. Botox®), IPL / laser technology, and medical microdermabrasion.
The IAPAM offers the most comprehensive education and credentialing towards certification in Aesthetic Medicine for physicians entering or practicing in the field. The IAPAM's educational programs are presented by a fully accredited faculty, who are experts in cosmetic injectables and aesthetic medicine treatments. Finally, the IAPAM continues to offer the industry's best clinical, hands-on, aesthetic medicine training in the most advanced skin care procedures. For more information on the IAPAM or to register for a training session in 2011, go to http://www.iapam.com.
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About the International Association for Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine (IAPAM)
The International Association for Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine is a voluntary global association of physicians and supporters, which sets standards for the aesthetic medical profession worldwide. The goal of the association is to offer education, ethical standards, credentialing, and member benefits to members around the globe. IAPAM membership is open to all licensed medical doctors (MDs), doctors of osteopathic medicine (DOs), physicians assistants (PAs) and nurse practitioners (NPs). The IAPAM offers aesthetic medicine and hCG medical weight management programs, including: Botox training, medical aesthetic training, laser training, physician hCG training, and aesthetic practice business training. Additional information about the association can be accessed through the IAPAM's website (http://www.iapam.com) or by contacting:
Jeff Russell, Executive-Director
International Association for Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine (IAPAM)
1-800-219-5108 ext. 704
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