Our PRP training package offers the ideal introduction to PRP, its many indications and the various injection techniques. Regenerative medicine is a key component within any credible aesthetic clinic as the benefits and proven results speak for themselves and compliment other treatments for a holistic patient approach.
Not only is PRP (sometimes known as ACP) excellent in treating aesthetic patients to improve skin quality and elasticity, it’s also a proven cosmetic treatment for hair thinning and there is now a very large demand for this protocol.
This course will cover the scientific principles, anatomy, clinical studies and best practice to achieve optimum results for your patients.
The day will comprise of a 2 hour educational presentation followed by a practical session treating demonstration models. Each delegate is required to invite their own model in the afternoon and will be given a specific time slot for their model to arrive.
What will this course cover?
What areas to be treated in the hands-on session?
Face and scalp
Who can attend this training?
This training is suitable for doctors, dentists or nurses that are registered with either the GMC, GDC or NMC. Non UK based medical prescribers will be considered if they are able to provide proof of equivalent medical registration in their countries of origin.
Why should you attend?
This course is a comprehensive introduction to a variety of PRP treatments that will enhance your aesthetic offering - ideal for those new to PRP or wanting a refresher. Led by a very experienced practitioner, Dr Lisa Godfrey, who has held seminars for BAARS discussing all of the above topics, HCPs attending the course will leave feeling well informed and confident to undertake the treatments in their daily aesthetics practice.
Training Policy for delegates |
Dr Lisa Dinley has been working in aesthetics for over 12 years and runs her own private practice in Nottingham with her husband. After seeing the clinical benefits and how well it complemented the dentistry she was carrying out, she embarked on a journey to learn as much as she could about the various procedures and treatment options that were available.
Lisa teaches other dentists, doctors and nurses in aesthetic medicine and her area of special interest is in regenerative aesthetic medicine and she continues to expand her work and knowledge in this area. She loves the flexibility to be able to treat patients in her own way, developing treatment protocols and carrying out her own clinical research. Lisa is dedicated to improving evidence in aesthetic medicine and has published several articles in various journals. She is also a member of the Elsvier advisory board and peer review for many aesthetic and cosmetic surgery journals. Lisa is committed to education and currently lead’s Wigmore Medical’s Platelet-Rich-Plasma training course for facial rejuvenation and hair restoration.
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Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)