Did you know the National Laser Institute now offers PRP Training for medical aesthetics? The Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) industry is slated to double by 2020. Not only is PRP used in sports rehab, it’s now a burgeoning new service in the anti aging marketplace for rejuvenating skin and treating hair loss.
PRP Training for Medical Professionals at National Laser Institute
Growing consumer awareness of the benefits of PRP has fueled a booming industry. According to a recent report by Transparency Market Research (TMR), “The global market for platelet rich plasma, which stood at US$0.16 billion in 2013, will reach an estimated valuation of US $0.35 billion by the end of 2020.” The report also cites, “growing preference for cosmetic surgeries also acts as a catalyst for the overall demand for platelet rich plasma.”
Platelets have been used in healing and patient recovery for years. Pro athletes receive PRP therapy for issues ranging from sprained ankles to chronic tendon injuries. Blood contains small solid components including red cells, white cells and platelets. Platelets contain hundreds of proteins called growth factors which are vitally important in the healing process for injuries.
It’s only recently PRP therapy was adopted by the beauty industry. PRP Injections mixed with dermal fillers utilize PRP growth factors to stimulate cellular repair and collagen production to rejuvenate the skin.
If you want to add PRP injections mixed with dermal fillers to your service offering, we invite you to receive your PRP training at the National Laser Institute. Our CE/CME program will give you the hands-on knowledge you need to safely and effectively administer the PRP injections mixed with dermal fillers treatment in our world-class training environment.