EBD (Energy-Based Devices), Stem Cell Therapy & PRP Training
EBD (Energy-Based Devices)
Energy-based devices and laser-based devices are popular methods for cosmetic treatment. Laser therapy has been used in the cosmetic industry for acne treatment, face lifting, stretch mark removal, scar removal, hair removal/growth, vascular lesions, tattoo removal and photo rejuvenation. They have quickly grown to become one of the most popular non-invasive aesthetic procedures around the world as they are safe, non-toxic and without side effects. The course will cover the newest EBDs, and the benefits and outcomes that comes from using these types of treatments.
Stem Cell Therapy
Stem cells are used to cure and reduce the severity of diseases and disorder. They are mainly used as transplants, where stem cells are harvested from the patient/donor and modified before being injected into the patient, or as a target towards a drug/biologic, where it is intended to stimulate a desired response from the patient’s tissues or organs. Some common stem cell treatments include the treatment of leukemia, lymphoma, and other bone, skin, or eye illnesses/injuries. This course will provide you with an in-depth knowledge on the different uses and theories for stem cell therapy, as well as the possible dangers of using stem cells.
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy
is advanced technology which works with the body’s natural capability to heal itself. In this technology, the patient’s blood is separated into serum and platelet parts. Then they are mixed with Calcium Chloride and injected into the wrinkles, injured tissues or any other areas that need to be healed or treated. The reason this technology works is because of the large amount of natural growth factors and signalling proteins inside the concentrated platelets that promotes collagen fibrillogenesis and regeneration of the tissue. Originally the Platelet-rich Plasma Therapy was in demand due to its use in the sports injuries in athletes. However, later the benefits of these growth factors were realized in cosmetic procedures.