Dear Doctors and Practitioners,
When planning a weekend-long course to learn and incorporate a significant clinical advancement such as PRP, it should be thought of carefully. The presented material and exercises need to be clinically relevant, succinct, and applicable.
After attending many PRP-specific conferences, I recognized that the same contents and formats were endlessly being recycled. The hands-on exercises often left me wanting and in the worst cases, left me questioning the clinical experience of the instructors. As presented, to try and apply these experiences the next day in my own practice would be unreasonable, if not unsafe.
There needed to be a format that would allow attendees to easily apply the information they were presented. Thus, after performing over 2500 procedures in our office, I decided to put together a course summarizing the up-to-date thinking on PRP along with a way to establish confidence in those performing some of the most common procedures encountered.
As a result, my colleagues and I have summarized the majority of our experience thus far with PRP. We have read and abridged hundreds of articles regarding preparation, dosage, activation, and implementation of PRP into an easily applicable format. We then developed a system of reference for each step of implementation, including: functional diagrams, planning methods, safe zones, dosing, adjunct product use, pearls of injection, caution zones, follow-up, and discussion of relevant challenges encountered.
In addition, we will share the intricacies and important modifications needed for PRP preparation. The latest recommendations and reasoning proposed by leading European and international researchers.
In order to make the most of our time together, we will substitute more long-winded pathway lectures with hands on need to know material, and the complete reference material will be distributed to attendees in advance for their conference.
Every slide in our program will be relevant material aimed to benefit attendees in their own practice. As such, we will have two one-hour open discussion periods based on the questions asked at registration. The hands-on-lab will offer over ten live cases to participate in and will include the application of neuromodulators (Botulinum A toxins), Hyaluronic filler injections, facial volumetric remodeling, and other relevant procedures. In addition to our hands-on-lab, 5 conference attendees will be able to volunteer for 5 independent procedures guided by myself and my colleague.
We welcome you to our conference.
Dr. Nacouzi, MD