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Learn to Inject PRP in 1 Day with PRP Training

Learn to Inject PRPWhat if we told you that there was a treatment that could smooth, plump and rejuvenate your skin?

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) can do just that!

If you are a nurse, physician or medical professional, you can learn to inject PRP during medical aesthetics training at National Laser Institute!

What Is Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)?

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is a natural, non-synthetic substance that promotes healing within the body and contains special “factors” (proteins) that support cell growth.

For years, PRP therapy has been used in sports, orthopedic medicine, dentistry and reconstructive surgery. Today, Platelet Rich Plasma injections are common in cosmetic facial rejuvenation and dermatology.

During a PRP treatment:

  • A cosmetic nurse draws some blood.
  • The blood is placed in a centrifuge.
  • The isolated rich plasma is activated, and
  • Infused back into the skin.

During medical aesthetics training, you will learn how PRP for aesthetic applications can address common age-related skin concerns like dark circles and fine lines, sagging, decreased firmness, uneven skin tone and more!

And did you know Platelet-Rich Plasma injections work very well when combined with laser treatments and other cosmetic injectables such as Botox and dermal fillers (Juvederm, Restylane and Voluma)?

The Benefits of PRP Injections

What are the benefits of this popular cosmetic procedure? During Platelet-Rich Plasma training, you will learn PRP can provide your clients with:

  • Longer lasting results. PRP injections can last longer than botulinum toxin (Botox) injections or dermal fillers.
  • Healthier looking skin. Clients see fewer wrinkles, improved complexion and fewer facial scars.
  • Minimal recovery time. After a PRP procedure, clients may experience some redness, but they can go back to their daily routine the same day.
  • Facial rejuvenation. PRP contains at least eight growth factors, which stimulate healing of soft tissue and work like a rejuvenating agent. These growth factors include:
    • Connective Tissue Growth Factor for wound healing.
    • Transforming Growth Factor Beta (TGFβ) for cell division and stem cell attraction.
    • Insulin-like Growth Factor I & II (ILGF).
    • Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor for organ regeneration.
    • Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF).
    • Interleuken 8.
    • Fibroblast Growth Factor for wound healing and aesthetics.
    • Keratinocyte Growth Factor for wound healing and aesthetics.

What Are The Purposes of PRP Injections?

PRP injections have many applications, including:

Hair loss: Physicians inject PRP into the scalp to promote hair growth and prevent hair loss. According to research from 2014, PRP is effective in treating androgenic alopecia, commonly known as male pattern baldness.

Tendon injuries: Tendons are tough, thick bands of tissue that connect muscle to bone, and they are slow to heal after injury. PRP injections are used to treat chronic tendon problems, such as tennis elbow and Achilles tendonitis.

Postsurgical repair: Sometimes physicians use PRP injections after surgery to repair a torn tendon or ligaments.

Osteoarthritis: A 2015 study found that PRP injections were more effective than hyaluronic acid injections for treating osteoarthritis.

Learn To Inject PRP

You will learn to inject PRP and other cosmetic treatments during PRP training at National Laser Institute.

Our Platelet-Rich Plasma training course will teach you:

  • The medical history of Platelet-Rich Plasma use, and how it is now being used in cosmetic medicine.
  • Aesthetic applications for PRP.
  • How PRP injections are used to generate soft tissue and collagen while firming and improving skin tone.
  • FDA-approved methods used to prepare PRP, including the protocol for drawing blood, placing it in the centrifuge and separating its different components.
  • Proper placement of PRP injections for optimal results.
  • Patient preparation, pre- and post-patient care instructions and safety protocols.
  • Clinical hands-on training for real-world experience with PRP injections.

Learn To Inject PRP at National Laser Institute

Did you know if you are a nurse, physician or medical professional, you can learn to inject PRP, Botox and dermal fillers in just 1-2 weeks with training from National Laser Institute?

Our CE/CME courses are designed to give you the most in-depth knowledge of some of the most popular medical aesthetics treatments!

Each course is divided into two sections: didactic and clinical hands-on training. In the classroom, you will learn injection techniques, pre- and post-patient care, facial anatomy and more! The second half of the course will be spent in a luxury medical spa environment where you will be placed in small, intimate groups for more individualized instruction.

During hands-on training, you will watch comprehensive PRP demonstrations from your instructor and have the chance to perform treatments on scheduled clients to gain real-world experience.

In addition to learning how to inject PRP, you will have the opportunity to learn medical aesthetic treatments like:

  • Botox
  • Dermal fillers
  • Kybella
  • PDO threads
  • Sclerotherapy
  • Laser hair removal
  • non-surgical body contouring (CoolSculpting)
  • And more!

By the end of your training, you will feel comfortable and confident to perform a variety of cosmetic injectable treatments in a variety of medical settings!

If you would like to learn more information about our CE/CME courses, fill out the form on your right or give us a call at 800-982-6817.