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Disclaimer: The information and answers contained in these frequently asked questions provide a general guide to certain laws that apply to "medical spas" in this particular state. The information on this site is for general reference only and accuracy cannot be guaranteed, as medical spa legalities and regulations change very frequently. This information is not intended to provide legal advice, and it should not be relied upon as legal advice. This information is not intended to create, and receipt of it does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship. Readers: You should not act upon this information without seeking knowledgeable legal counsel that takes the laws of your jurisdiction into account. All uses of the content of this site, other than personal uses, are prohibited.
Medical spas were developed to offer certain aesthetic skin care procedures developed by dermatologists and plastic surgeons in an environment thought to be more pleasing to clients. Examples of these include >>Read More
Generally, because medical spas offer treatments that are for medical purposes >>Read More
If I'm not a doctor, can I employ a "Medical Director" to provide medical services for my medical spa?
If a non-professional business owned by non-physicians employs a medical director >>Read More
Illinois law specifically prohibits >>Read More
Can a nurse, physician assistant or nurse practitioner take a commission for administering laser treatments or injectables like Botox?
Illinois law specifically >>Read More
An unlicensed person or entity may >>Read More
Both prescription and nonprescription medications and medical appliances are >>Read More
The law does not restrict where Botox treatments may be performed, as long as >>Read More
Under Illinois law, administering cosmetic laser treatments is considered >>Read More
A person who injects Botox for cosmetic purposes >>Read More
A physician must be on-site when >>Read More
Before a physician may delegate any medical procedure >>Read More
A physician is required to >>Read More
A medical spa is considered to be a medical practice. Therefore, in Illinois, >>Read More
The Illinois IDFPR issued a position statement on daily deals, such as Groupon, and determined >>Read More
Medical spas are medical practices and therefore >>Read More
Physicians should >>Read More
If a patient posted a message or a review on a medical spa’s social media page, can and how should the medical spa respond?
When communicating on social media, a medical spa should always >>Read More
Generally >>Read More
The term "medical director" implies >>Read More
Who can legally perform the following treatments: microneedling; lasers/light-emitting devices; dermaplaning; Coolsculpting; permanent makeup?
A physician may delegate these procedures to >>Read More
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