LadyMystic, this post is rather late so perhaps you have already figured things out. Yes, I think you need some training in the procedures you will be doing, and you may want to start by working for an existing practice. Ideally you will want to be highly proficient, enough so that you can train others. When you are comfortable with your skills is when you want to start thinking about business, unless you just want to be a manager and hire others.
From a business perspective, you need to do a lot of stuff. You need some working capital (or line of credit) to rent an office and purchase/lease the equipment you need and living expenses while you grow your business. You also need a physician to be your medical director. Mostly that involves his reviewing records and writing orders so it is easy money for them - I gather 100K a year is perhaps the going price. You also need a state business license as you may need to collect sales tax on products or services, and you need to find out if there are other state licenses or inspections you need. You may need safety protocols etc in writing to have available for OSHA or accrediting agencies. You also need to examine how you will market your business, that is find clients. An accounting system will have to be set up.
Just a little intimidating eh? But the place to start is gaining confidence in your clinical skills.