Mark Tager, MD, is a well-recognized consultant in the fields of aesthetics, natural products, regenerative medicine, and laboratory sciences. Dr. Tager serves as medical marketing consultant for Sovereign Laboratories on whose behalf he lectures and trains throughout the United States. Dr. Tager has conducted more than 1,000 presentations in his professional career.
Dr. Tager has served as the founding Vice President of Marketing for Reliant Technologies where, he launched the Fraxel® laser and, over a five-year period, introduced the science of fractional photothermolysis to physicians around the world. He served as Chief Marketing Officer for Syneron (NASDAQ: ELOS) where he was responsible for corporate positioning, public and luminary relations, and new product launches including the very successful introduction of the VelaShape™. He is well known for his presentations on new approaches to integrative health, aesthetics, and regenerative medicine. He has spoken extensively to large healthcare groups in the United States, Europe and Asia. He serves as Program Director for A4M/MMI’s Practice Enhancement Training course, and has created their online Practice Enhancement Certification.
Dr. Tager is the author of nine books on health promotion, aesthetics, leadership, stress and change management. His latest book is Enhance Your Presence: The Path to Personal Power, Professional Influence and Business Results (with Robert John Hughes). It is directed toward helping healthcare professionals amplify their influence in person, on camera and online. He has co-authored Total Engagement: The Healthcare Practitioner’s Guide to Heal Yourself, Your Patients and Your Practice with noted integrative cardiologist and AIHM (aihm.org) president, Mimi Guarneri, MD. Dr. Tager received his undergraduate and medical degrees from Duke University and trained in Family Practice at the University of Oregon Health Sciences Center. He lives outside of San Diego with his wife Carol.
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