The Medical Spa Show Presented by AmSpa

The premier conference and trade show for nonsurgical medical aesthetics will be held in Las Vegas, NV, at the beautiful Wynn Resort, January 27-30, 2022. Etna Interactive is beyond excited to attend and share conversation and education with our friends in this industry. The show will feature seven educational tracks offering a variety of seminars and presentations designed to help medical aesthetic and medical spa professionals grow their businesses, maintain legal compliance, and offer innovative new treatments.  

Etna CEO, Ryan Miller, will speak on the following topics related to medical aesthetic and medical spa marketing: 

Mitigating Risk Online: An Action Plan for Medical Spa Leaders

Friday, January 28th, 2:15 pm 

From state medical board B&P codes to patient privacy, and ADA compliance to astroturfing, medical spas today are surrounded by risk the moment they enter the conversation online. In this presentation, Ryan Miller will explore the spa marketing missteps that are making headlines, the most common risk factors online for spas and how to mitigate them, and an action plan to protect your offices and providers when marketing online. 

Mastering Memberships and Subscription Services in Your Medical Spa 

Friday, January 28th, 5 pm

Memberships and subscription services help medical aesthetic practices bring in guaranteed income and build patient loyalty. In fact, many medical spas credit their membership programs with helping them survive the pandemic. In this presentation, Ryan Miller, CEO of Etna Interactive, explains how medical spa owners and operators can set up fun, interactive membership programs that provide exceptional value to both you and your patients. 

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