|State Laws & Regulations|
AmSpa’s Laws & Regulations Resource Page helps AmSpa members comply with the rules that govern medical spas across America.
As the voice of the med spa industry, the American Medical Spa Association provides comprehensive resources to encourage our members to work towards and maintain a high level of medical professionalism. As the medical spa industry expands nationally and globally, medical spa owners are striving to minimize risk so they can focus on providing excellent client service. One crucial element to becoming a successful medical spa is ensuring that you operate and provide services in compliance with the laws of your state.
We have taken the headache out of trying to locate the rules and regulations governing med spas in your state by providing an extensive, easy to use guide of the laws and regulations for several specific states. Easily find answers to critical questions like: Who can own a med spa? What constitutes fee-splitting? Who can legally perform Botox and laser treatments? How to ensure proper supervision and delegation of medical treatments?
AmSpa’s Laws & Regulations feature is the most comprehensive source for information on med spa regulation anywhere. AmSpa’s Laws & Regulations feature provides up-to-date summaries and explanations of the laws and regulations on a variety of subjects of everyday importance to practicing medical professionals in the medical spa setting.
Please see below for the state laws that are currently under development. Check back soon as they are continually being updated.
Please see below for the current summarized states:
The following state(s) summaries are in process, please contact us for additional information:Alabama | Arizona | District of Columbia | Maryland
Is your state not listed? Please contact us or check back periodically for updates.
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