Medical spas generate nearly $4 billion in revenue per year, a figure which is projected to double in the next five years. That’s worth its own categorization.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB)
July 25, 2017
Medical spa statistics regarding business operations and legal compliance are now available in a new report from the American Medical Spa Association (AmSpa). The 2017 Medical Spa State of the Industry Report is the first study of its kind, shining a light on the booming medical spa industry as an entity of its own—not as a division of plastic surgery or dermatology practices. The 80+ page report is a result of an industry-wide survey conducted by AmSpa in early 2017 with statistical and market analysis provided in concert with Marketdata Enterprises.
“Medical spas can no longer be considered a subset of plastic surgery or cosmetic dermatology, especially because more than 70% of the doctors in this industry are non-core,” says AmSpa founder/director Alex Thiersch. “Medical spas generate nearly $4 billion in revenue per year, a figure which is projected to double in the next five years. That’s worth its own categorization.”
The report answers questions like:
What is the average income for a medical spa?
- What is the average salary for top medical spa staff types?
- What are the top revenue-generating medical spa treatments?
- What is the average spend per visit in the average medical spa?
- … and much more!
The report also looks into how compliant medical spas are in key areas including, but not limited to:
- Providing an initial good-faith medical exam with a physician;
- Paying commissions for medical procedures; and
- Properly delegating procedures.
For the first in-depth look at how medical spas…