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In-Person Anatomy, Ultrasound & Injection Training

Where Imaging Anatomy & Injecting Collaborate

Empowering Growth for Healthcare Professionals

Next Classes:
July 19th, 2024
October 18th, 2024

Course Overview:

This one day workshopprovides healthcare professionals with specialized training in utilizing ultrasound imaging techniques to enhance their understanding of human facial anatomy, with a particular focus on fillers, botulinum toxin applications, and filler dissolving. Designed to bridge the gap between traditional anatomical learning methods and cutting-edge aesthetic procedures, this course equips participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to deliver safe and effective aesthetic treatments.

This in-person course includes both hands-on lab work using live models, lectures, and group discussion. We pride ourselves on providing a collaborative style learning experience where every attendee participates and can ask questions.

Course Objectives:

  1. Understand the fundamentals of human facial anatomy, including muscle structure, vascular anatomy, and facial fat compartments.

  2. Explore the principles and applications of ultrasound imaging technology in aesthetic nursing practice.

  3. Develop proficiency in identifying facial structures and landmarks using ultrasound imaging techniques.

  4. Learn advanced techniques for administering injections and dermal fillers to achieve optimal aesthetic outcomes.

  5. Learn advanced techniques for dissolving facial fillers to achieve optimal aesthetic outcomes. 

  6. Enhance patient safety through comprehensive understanding of facial anatomy and ultrasound-guided injection and dissolution techniques.

  7. Gain hands-on experience while practicing in live models.

This course is an advanced course, offered to healthcare professionals, and is pending continued education approval for several accrediting bodies. 

Learning Ultrasound with hands-on experience is the key to success.
Schedule an in-person, custom tailored experience today! 

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