Aesthetic Medicine Symposium Series Will Include Botox Training
Posted by Cosmetic Surgery Review on January 8, 2010
The IAPAM will be hosting a series of training events for physicians at the Aesthetic Medicine Symposium in 2010, and physicians interested in learning the latest techniques in the field of aesthetic medicine will have the chance to take part in a physician-lead Botox training program.
As the number of patients seeking minimally invasive procedures such as Botox and other dermal filler injections continues to grow, more and more physicians are looking to hire licensed aestheticians to provide these services, or are undergoing training themselves so that they can administer treatments in their office. The IAPAM has integrated the key principles and clinical practices for administering Botox and other minimally invasive procedures, and will be hosting a hands-on practice on the best injection techniques during its training sessions scheduled in Scottsdale Arizona in February, March, April and June.
The Botox Training program includes a Botox/Filler Bootcamp series for physicians that have little or no experience administering Botox injections. According to the Aesthetic Medicine Symposium website, “Physicians will learn Dysport and Botox Injection Techniques, Protocols and Guidelines from a board-certified dermatologist. In addition, this 2-day program will combine the latest non-invasive medical aesthetic procedural training with proven strategies to successfully integrate them into your practice or open a new medical spa.”
The Advanced Botox and Dermal Filler training program provides physicians who have some experience with dermal fillers with 10 hours of intensive hands-on training. This two-day training session covers best practices for administering Botox Cosmetic, Juvederm, Restylane and Perlane. Each physician is scheduled to inject between 10 to 14 patients over the weekend.
In addition to completing hands-on training, the Aesthetic Medicine Symposium will give physician an opportunity to receive certification as an Accredited Member in Aesthetic Medicine, take home DVDs of the cosmetic training program, and receive one year of practice support.