The global medical spa industry is expected to grow by 14.1% by 2027. With the allure of such a flourishing industry, many practitioners are leaning towards starting a medical spa business. No doubt that having a medical spa can bring in substantial income if done correctly; however, not knowing how to execute it successfully can cause severe financial loss and heartache. With some forethought and planning, it is possible to thrive in this industry and make a remarkable brand. Every state has its own rules and regulations when it comes to owning a medical spa, but it is helpful to have some general guidelines before jumping into this industry. There are some steps to consider before opening a medical spa effectively and avoiding major pitfalls.
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Razia Mirza is a licensed medical aesthetician, a United States Army surgical nurse and the co-owner of Razi Medical Aesthetics in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, with over 10 years of experience in advanced skin care therapies. She is passionate about customizing a unique treatment modality for each client suitable to their needs. She specializes in clinical skin care treatments, hyperpigmentation, grade 1 to 4 acne, acne scarring, and age management. Mirza has also established a sizeable online presence on multiple social media platforms, where she educates her followers on evidence-based treatments. She holds certifications in microneedling, advanced chemical peels, IV infusion, and permanent makeup.