Sclerotherapy Training Course

Sclerotherapy Training Course

Introduction to Sclerotherapy

 

The benefits for taking this course:

HIGH PROFITABILITY AND GROWING DEMAND.

 

Varicose veins afflict one in three women in Britain, due to many factors such as genetics and wearing high heels on a daily basis. In the UK, varicose veins are commonly seen as nothing more than a cosmetic issue but, they can have a profound effect on a woman’s confidence.

 

This course will teach medical professionals how to treat spider veins and provide clinicians with the tools to advise clients on lifestyle changes which will prevent the problem from getting worse.

 

There are few clinics that provide this treatment and this course will enable practices to add another popular revenue stream to his/her existing business.

 

 

  • COURSE OUTLINE
  • Concept of Primary Venus Insufficiency
    • General concepts, aetiology, incidence
    • Anatomy (basic)
    • Classification
    • Types of Treatments/Therapies Available

 

  • Identifying the different types of veins
    • Reticular Veins
    • Telangiectasias
    • Real Varicose Veins

 

  • Patient Selection/Client Selection
    • Who is she/he
    • What is his/her expectations
    • Setting realistic expectations and discussion of number of sessions required to treat the problem.

 

  • Physical Examination and assessment of patient

 

  • The procedure (Sclerotherapy)

 

  • Material and tools needed
  • Sclerosant Solutions
  • Technique
  • Post-Treatment care and follow up

 

 

  • PRACTICAL TREATMENTS
  • Physical Examination
    • Inspection
    • Assessment
    • Photography

 

  • Sclerotherapy Practice

 

  • Question and Answers

 

 

 

Qualification Required for course: You need to be medically qualified as a doctor, dentist or nurse with a current registration with the GMC, GDC or NMC. You should also be confident in injecting

 

Can Microsclerotherapy treat large veins:

No. Varicose veins cannot be treated with microsclerotherapy treatment. If you have a patient concerned about their varicose veins they will need to be referred to a vascular specialist.

 

Will I receive hands on training

Yes you will receive excessive hand on training. At KT Training, we pride ourselves on practical training. It is recommended that you bring your own patient for the treatment so that the trainee can continue the course of treatment on the patient. It is beneficial to do this.

If you cannot provide your own patient, we will provide a patient for you to treat.

Dates: Coming Soon. To register your interest complete the contact form.

Price=£900 including VAT.

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