What qualifications do you need for PRP treatment?
Entry Requirements: You must be medically qualified as a surgeon, doctor, dentist or nurse with a current registration with the GMC or be proficient in phlebotomy.
Why should I add PRP Services to my clinics?
Provide your clients with an organic, non-synthetic remedy for their aesthetic requirements, and witness the enduring benefits of these cellular therapies. PRP treatments involve concentrating blood platelets from a patient in a way that, upon reintroduction into the body, triggers specific biological activities facilitating the repair of damaged tissues.
What is CLINICAL PRP used for?
- Sports medicine
- Burn trauma
- Wound healing –diabetic foot
- Skin grafting
- Dentistry-sinus lift
- Tooth implants
PRP theory & equipment:
Training Online Theory will enable you to understand:
- Anatomy Vascular Supply,
- Patient consultation
- Complications Management
- Post treatment advice
- Dealing with equipment
A certification of training will be provided upon completion of the course.
Plathelet Rich Plasma
We will cover pertinent information including mechanism of action, safety and efficacy issues, management and treatment of complications, dilution guidelines, and more.
- Hands on practical session – skin rejuvenation and hair loss
- Extraction, Preparation and Dosage Management
- Injection techniques – face, neck and head (hair loss); also the use of cannula
Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a certificate and title of PRP Certified Practitioner.
MASTER CLASS PRP & PRF:
- Taking blood and how to use a Centrifuge .
- PRP injecting techniques in face neck and décolletage hands.
- PRP Microneedling using a DERMAPEN.
- Combination treatment PRP with Mesotherapy.