The Sclerotherapy Training Certification is formatted especially for medical professionals, including Physicians (MD & DO), Registered Nurses (RN), Nurse Practitioners (NP), Physicians Assistants (PA).
PLEASE NOTE (for all seminars): Although the above professionals are eligible to participate in AMET training seminars, AMET strongly recommends that potential participants contact their state’s licensing board to determine state regulations. Acceptance into an AMET seminar does not grant authority to perform procedures post-training.
Sclerotherapy Training for Nurses and Doctors
Aesthetic Medical Educators Training provides comprehensive, one-day sclerotherapy training for nurses and doctors. Led by certified instructors, our didactic and hands-on training course allows medical professionals to earn their sclerotherapy certification. Upon completion, participants can begin using this procedure in their new or existing practice.
The morning session of this course includes a didactic portion, where the participants will learn each approved injection technique for sclerotherapy. The afternoon session consists of extensive hands-on training on live models, used to cement the didactic portion of the course. This allows participants to leave with a thorough understanding of these procedures, including the medicine used, treatments, and injections.
We are dedicated to providing only the highest quality aesthetic education to medical professionals like you. After finishing our instructor-led sclerotherapy course, we are confident that you will be able to safely administer this service to your patients and grow your practice.
- Discuss the underlying pathology of spider and reticular veins
- Describe various sclerosant agents and dilutions
- Explain the risks, complications and after-care for sclerotherapy
- Describe adjuvant therapies (including lasers) for the treatment of reticular and spider veins
- Demonstrate sclerotherapy injection proficiency
Sclerotherapy Training for Nurses and Doctors Agenda
8:10 History/Mechanism of Action of Sclerotherapy
8:20 Anatomy/Physiology of Lower Extremity Venous system
8:30 Pathology/Indication/Contraindications for Sclerotherapy
8:40 Benefits/Risks/Complications of Sclerotherapy
9:15 Evaluation/Physical Examination
9:45 Equipment needed/illumination/technique
10:00 Patient education (pre- and post-procedure)
10:15 Documentation/Informed Consent/Photography/Charting
10:30 Compression after Sclerotherapy
10:45 Reference Material/Resources
11:00 Lunch (provided by AMET)
12:00 Demonstration and Hands-on Training
3:00 Questions and Answers/Course Evaluation
Our Sclerotherapy Certification Courses
This comprehensive one-day program provides participants with Sclerotherapy certification. This class is led by expert medical professionals in the industry. We focus on providing extensive hands-on Sclerotherapy training for nurses and doctors, making health and safety our top priority. The morning session of this course includes a didactic portion, where the participants will learn the different approved injection techniques for Sclerotherapy. The afternoon session consists of extensive hands-on training on live models, used to cement the didactic portion of the course. This allows participants to leave with a comprehensive understanding of these procedures, including the medicine used, treatments and injections. Our classes will equip you with a wide range of necessary skills upon completion. This allows the participants to implement Sclerotherapy into their practice as soon as they feel comfortable. This course will allow you to provide your patients with another service to help grow your practice. We are dedicated to providing only the highest level of aesthetic cosmetic education to medical professionals through our industry leading instructors.
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An important offering at our events is the hands-on training experience for our attendees. As such, AMET is always looking for models to help us with our sclerotherapy course for nurses and doctors. Sign up to receive a discounted treatment today.