Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Training
|PRP Course Overview||How Does PRP Work?||Why PRP?|
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Our 1-day platelet-rich plasma (PRP) training teaches medical professionals how to inject client’s own platelet-rich plasma to grow new collagen, regenerate soft tissue and smooth and tighten skin. This course is taught by top medical aesthetics professionals, each with in-depth cosmetic injection experience.
Our PRP training course is ideal for MDs, nurses, PAs and other health care professionals wanting to add medical aesthetics to their practices, and particularly for those wanting to offer in-demand, cutting edge cosmetic treatments to their patients.
How Does PRP Work?
PRP occurs naturally in our bodies. For a PRP treatment, a small amount of blood is drawn from the client and placed in a sterile tube, then spun in a centrifuge to separate red and white cells from platelets and plasma (clear fluid). This plasma now has a higher than normal number of platelets, thus making it platelet-rich plasma.
PRP has a long history of use in sports and orthopedic medicine as well as dentistry and reconstructive surgery. We’re now seeing that it can also significantly benefit cosmetic facial rejuvenation, dermatology and skin wound healing.
How Can PRP Be Used to Rejuvenate Skin?
When injected into the skin, PRP grows new collagen and newer studies show that it can also soften sun damage while smoothing and tightening skin. It is an effective treatment in correcting common age-related skin concerns such as dark circles and hollows under the eyes, fine lines, sagging, decreased firmness and uneven tone.
What are Treatments Like?
Once the client’s blood has been drawn and prepared, injections are quick—only about 15-20 minutes—and relatively painless. There may be some mild swelling, redness and bruising which typically dissipate in 1-3 days. Since PRP is made from the client’s own cells, there is virtually no risk of side effects.
What About Results?
Results typically begin to show 3-4 weeks after treatment and continue to improve over time. For best results, three treatments are generally recommended, spaced about 1-2 months apart. Clients typically report smoother skin texture and improved tone, decreased wrinkles and fine lines and an overall firmer appearance.
How is PRP Different from Dermal Fillers?
PRP works differently from dermal fillers such as Juvederm, Restylane, and Voluma. While dermal fillers fill individual wrinkles or treatment areas with natural substances such as hyaluronic acid, PRP improves overall skin tone and texture.
Can PRP be Used with Other Treatments?
PRP works very well in combination with several laser treatments. It can also be combined with other cosmetic injectables such as Botox, Juvederm, Restylane and Voluma.
PRP Training Course Objectives
- Fundamental knowledge of the wound healing process.
- Learn about the medical history of PRP use and how it’s now being used in cosmetic medicine.
- Education on how PRP can be used to generate soft tissue and collagen, while also firming and improving skin tone.
- Protocol for drawing blood, placing it in the centrifuge and separating its different components.
- Knowledge of proper placement of PRP for optimal results.
- Client preparation, pre and post care instructions and safety protocols.
- Clinical hands-on training for real world experience with PRP injections
Sample Course Schedule
1 Day CME/CE PRP
Platelet Rich Plasma Training and Hands-On Clinical Practice
|8:30am – 10:00am||Didactic Education|
|10:00am – 11:00pm||Platelet Rich Plasma Demonstration|
|11:00am – 12:00pm||Lunch Break|
|12:00pm – 3:00pm||Platelet Rich Plasma Hands-On Clinical Training|
|3:00pm – 5:30pm||Microneedling with Platelet Rich Plasma Hands-On Clinical Training|
Platelet Rich Plasma Training and Hands-On Clinical Practice
|8:30am – 10:00am
10:00am – 11:00pm
Platelet Rich Plasma Demonstration
11:00am – 12:00pm
12:00pm – 3:00pm
Platelet Rich Plasma Hands-On Clinical Training
3:00pm – 5:30pm
Microneedling with Platelet Rich Plasma Hands-On Clinical Training
Medical Professional Testimonials
The Botox and fillers class offered a lot of hands-on experience. I gained a great deal of confidence in my ability to perform treatments, especially since the instructors are right there to guide and encourage you.
– Eva S. Estes RN
Absolutely loved my experience. I learned so much and am excited about this journey of doing Botox and fillers. I am definitely planning on taking more classes. I would recommend your classes to anyone inquiring about aesthetics! Thank you so much!
– Mary Beth Medina, MSN FNP-C
National Laser Institute took me from a RN with 0 experience or knowledge in medical spa knowledge to a RN that feels confident performing services to the community in my hometown in Northern Canada. There is little opportunity here to experience these services, and I’m so happy I can bring my knowledge and treatments here. Thank you, National Laser Institute!
– Rebekah Daigle
All CME Courses at National Laser Institute
Looking for CME classes and CE courses? Browse our course selection below!
Ultimate Courses (Most Popular):
- 14 Days of Cosmetic Laser & Injectables: 5 Days Laser Training, BOTOX®/Dysport®, Dermal Fillers, Advanced BOTOX®/Fillers, Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections, CoolSculpting Body Contouring, Sclerotherapy, & PDO Threads
- 9 Days of Cosmetic Laser & Injectables: Laser Training, BOTOX®/Dysport®, Dermal Fillers and Advanced BOTOX®/Fillers.
Get Started Courses:
- 5 Days of Injectable Training: BOTOX®/Dysport®, Dermal Fillers, Advanced BOTOX®/Fillers & PRP
- 4 Days of Injectable Training: BOTOX®/Dysport®, Dermal Fillers and Advanced BOTOX®/Fillers
- 2 Days of Injectable Training: BOTOX®/Dysport® and Dermal Fillers
- 5 Days Laser Training
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For more details on our Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Training course, please give us a call at 1-800-982-6817 or fill out our form on the right.