At the National Laser Institute, we offer hands-on PRP training for medical professionals who are looking to get into the medical aesthetic industry or who want to earn CME credit. We offer training courses on the most in-demand treatments in the medical aesthetic industry. If you’re looking to get hands-on PRP training then we have the perfect courses for you! You won’t just walk away knowing how to do PRP, you’ll leave having the experience and confidence to perform other treatments such as injections, Coolsculpting Body Contouring, Sclerotherapy, PDO Threads, and Cosmetic Lasers.
What Are PRP Injections?
PRP injections (which stand for Platelet-rich plasma) are a concentration of a patient’s own platelets. Platelets accelerate the healing in the body of injured muscles and joints. When clients get PRP injections they are using their body’s own healing system to repair and rejuvenate the skin. These injections can help with many skin concerns.
- Fine lines
- Sun damage
- Loose skin
- Thinning hair
- Pairing This Treatment
PRP Treatment FAQs
How long do PRP injections last?
PRP injections can take a few months for clients to see big improvements. However, once it does work the results for your clients are long-lasting.
Are PRP injections painful?
PRP injections aren’t usually painful but depending on your clients and their pain tolerance they may experience some mild discomfort.
How often should you get PRP injections?
Treatment for clients can be spaced 4 weeks apart from one another.
What are the benefits of PRP injections?
One of the biggest benefits of PRP injections is that they are natural. This treatment is only using what is already naturally found in your body and is healing to it.
Microneedling With PRP
Microneedling with PRP is similar to the process of getting a normal Microneedling treatment. During the procedure, tiny needles create micro-injuries in the skin in order to produce collagen and elastin. Collagen is an essential protein that provides elasticity to the skin. It helps the skin appear more youthful, vibrant, and glowing. Over a series of treatments, this can lead to entirely new layers of skin appearing and scars, acne, sun damage, and many other skin issues fading away. The micro-channels that the tiny needles create then allow for the Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) to be absorbed into the dermis. Throughout the treatment, the PRP is applied to the skin topically. The treatment stimulates new collagen production and leads to quicker healing time in the skin, quicker results, and healthier cells in the treated area.
Microneedling with PRP Targets:
- Sun damage
- Acne pitting
- Fine lines
- Acne scarring
- Stretch marks
- Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation
- Stretch Marks
This treatment has a downtime of twenty-four to forty-eight hours. Side effects may include some swelling, redness, and tenderness at the area that is treated for twenty-four to forty-eight hours following the treatment. For Microneedling with PRP, you will need three treatments on average. Treatments can be spaced apart every four to six weeks for best results. Three treatments are needed for best results.
If you’re looking to learn hands-on PRP training, you’ll walk away with practical, hands-on knowledge. Join us for our new CME Hybrid Online Cosmetic Injections Course where you will receive online classroom including demonstrations on Botox, Dermal Fillers, Off Label Botox & Filler Injections, PRP, Sclerotherapy, Kybella & PDO Threads. Attend classroom online from the comfort of your own home by simply using your phone or computer. Attend clinicals in person at one of our locations nationwide!
If you are interested in getting into the booming medical aesthetic industry, check out our courses and give us a call at 855-637-4530 for more information! Check out our Pursue Your Passion Podcast to discover how you can expand your horizons in the medical aesthetic industry! Listen on Apple Podcasts and subscribe!