Dr Ingrid Tall is a woman of many talents.  A former TV, Radio and Print Medical Journalist, and Queensland’s Australian Medical Association President, she has more than 25 years medical experience.  Dr Tall’s interest in cosmetic medicine sparked from family holidays in Europe where her mother would take her to day spas, as well as her time as a medical reporter for Channel 10 News, where she reported on the new phenomenon of laser resurfacing for facial rejuvenation.

A love of Day Spas and a passion for cosmetic medicine saw Dr Tall introduce the international Cosmetic Medispa to Brisbane, and Cosmetic Image Clinics within Aquarius Health and Medispa was born. She strives for positive patient outcomes and quality healthcare, dedicating time to working closely with industry bodies, stakeholders and politicians to influence health policy.

Dr Tall’s time as the Queensland Australian Medical Association president saw her as a strong and vocal advocate for doctors, patients, and the public and private health system.  Her dedication has also been seen through her continued attendance at cosmetic conferences, allowing her to stay abreast of the latest developments in cosmetic medicine, as well as founding the Cosmetic Image Clinics Training Institute in order to share her extensive her knowledge.

This constant commitment and love for her industry has seen Cosmetic Image Clinics within Aquarius Health and Medispa, and Brisbane City Spa and Clinic win many awards over the years, including, Australian Best Medispa of the year award in 2014,  inclusion in My Face My Body’s Ultimate Top 100 Global Aesthetic Leaders in 2019, finalist in Best Aesthetic Practice in 2016 and 2017, and winner of World Luxury Spa Awards Best Luxury Medical Spa- Australasia for the past two years.

As an entrant in next years 2020 World’s Luxury Spa Awards, Dr Tall is aiming to cement her Cosmetic and Spa business as one of the leading providers in Australia.

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