Medical Spa Law: Legal Summaries Available For All 50 States

Posted By American Med Spa Association, Monday, September 24, 2018

The American Med Spa Association’s Medical Aesthetic Legal Summaries Make Legal Compliance Easier Than Ever The American Med Spa Association’s legal compliance resources are now available to medical spa professionals in all 50 states, with the recent additions of Alaska, Mississippi, North Dakota, Rhode Island, and West Virginia. AmSpa’s state-by-state legal summaries are the industry’s best resource for understanding the often confusing regulatory landscape of medical spas. AmSpa members across the country will be able to find answers to questions regarding: • Who can inject Botox; • Who can perform laser treatments (including intense pulsed light, laser skin resurfacing, and laser hair removal); • Who can own a med spa; • The legality of Botox parties; • And more! “As a medical spa owner, having a resource like AmSpa on your side is so helpful,” says Stephanie Gaberich, owner of About Face Anti-Aging Institute in Harker Heights, Texas. “It is a great place to find solid and reputable information, contact info for great vendor partners, and just overall be a part of a community of like-minded people. It is a very quickly changing industry and you will need to stay on top of it with a good solid foundation of partners and guidance.” Additionally, AmSpa Plus members in 18 states will be able to find answers to more than 25 additional advanced questions such as: • Does a physician have to be physically present while a nurse practitioner or physician assistant is performing services in a medical spa? • Can an aesthetician, cosmetologist, electrologist, or vocational nurse use lasers or intense light devices? • Can a physician use a picture album containing patient photos? • May a physician leave a message on a patient’s answering machine or verify an appointment with a family member or spouse? • And more! “I joined AmSpa a few years ago because my wife is an attorney, however she doesn’t specialize in what we do,” says Chris Bailey, owner of Ovation Med Spa in Houston, Texas. “Getting connected with AmSpa several years ago has been a great help in keeping track of what the rules are.”   Find answers to questions about medical spa law across the country in AmSpa’s medical aesthetic legal summaries. The online resource is a must-have for medical spa owners, medical directors, practice managers, and practitioners. For more information visit  AmSpa’s legal resources are powered by the business, healthcare, and aesthetic law firm of ByrdAdatto, a Texas-based firm that services medical aesthetic clients across the country including plastic surgeons Dr. Jay Burns and Dr. Grant Stevens. 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 membership base of more than 1600 medical spa professionals receive access to legal summaries of the laws governing medical spas in their state, access to legal and business-building webinars, and many other benefits. ###