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The IAPAM is the world’s leading association for physicians engaged in minimally-invasive aesthetic medicine. We provide physicians (MD/DO’s), PA’s, and NP’s with comprehensive hands-on Botox training led by board-certified cosmetic dermatologists. The IAPAM’s Botox training is the only Botox training program course, where:

  • Injections are done in a CLEAN medical practice (per FDA recommendations), NOT a hotel room.
  • You will receive certification from the IAPAM, an internationally recognized medical association.
  • You will receive up to 32.5 AMA CME’s.

“I left your course feeling comfortable in advanced injecting techniques and am much more confident for when I start practice. I do not see how a course could provide more hands-on with such a high degree of experienced supervision.” ~ Dr. Dillman, MD

Botox Training Dr. StocktonDermatologist
Dr. Stockton, MD
If you have no, or very little, experience with performing Botulinum Toxin (i.e. Dysport, Botox) injections, the Aesthetic Medicine Symposium is the right program for you. Physicians will learn Dysport and Botox injection techniques, as well as protocols and guidelines from our board certified dermatologists. In addition, this 2-day program will combine the latest non-invasive medical aesthetic procedural training with proven strategies to successfully integrate aesthetic medicine into your practice or support the opening a new medical spa.

Here is a summary of the Botox training video included with your registration:

Click Here for the latest Botox Training dates or to Register Today as a member and SAVE $3,090 on the 4-Day Symposium (2 and 3 day options also available). Or call 1-800-219-5108 x704

Training is open to licensed physicians (i.e. MD, DO), PA’s, NP’s and their medical staff (i.e. RN, LPN, Practice Managers etc).
Please note: Botox, Botox Cosmetic and Juvederm are registered trademarks of Allergan, Inc. Dysport, Restylane and Perlane are registered trademarks of Medicis, Inc. Xeomin is a trademark of Merz, Inc.