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Joint & Trigger Point Injection Training
Are you an APRN in need of a Medical Director? I can help! I provide Texas APRNs with Medical Directors, MD or DO. As a contracted med spa director, I can ensure licensed supervision to the highest standard of care.
WHY Complete This Training?
INTEGRATE BOTH THE MEDICAL AND THE SPA SIDE OF YOUR BUSINESS
As medical spas move from being a luxury or trend to becoming a staple in the beauty industry, many practitioners and spa professionals are partnering to create their own unique, profitable businesses. A true medical spa is a seamless merging of the doctor’s office and the spa environment and service menu.
MARKET GROWTH FOR MED SPAS THAT INCORPORATE INJECTABLES
The global medical spa market size was valued at USD 14.4 billion in 2021, with an expected annual growth rate of 14.82% from 2022 to 2030. This can be attributed to factors, such as increasing awareness about self-care and anti-aging services.
CONSUMERS OF ALL AGES ARE SEARCHING FOR INJECTABLE SOLUTIONS
According to the American Med Spa Association (AMSA), there is a high demand for minimally invasive treatments, such as non-surgical age reversal through fillers and nuerotoxins, along with dermal sculpting from the hands to the jawline with dermal fillers.
About This Course
Joint, or musculoskeletal injections are a pain management and recovery treatment that involves injecting steroid medication, hyaluronic acid or platelet rich plasma (PRP) from the patient, directly into a trigger point within the joint of a patient’s knee, elbow or shoulder.
This form of treatment is popular among athletes, those suffering from arthritic diseases, and anyone recovering from a joint injury. The injection itself is key to the success of the overall trigger point injection therapy. Proper placement of the injectable will ensure the success of the procedure as it continues to provide relief, the comfort of the patient during the procedure.
Injection & Health Training Institute
711 Main, Belton, directly across from Mary Hardin Baylor University.