Over 50% of women over 20 years of age suffer from unwanted veins and 80% of these unwanted veins are cosmetic in nature and pose no immediate medical threat. In today’s world these visible veins give the impression of either poor health or aging when in fact we can effectively and safely eliminate these veins. High patient demand for these services allow for physicians to add these new cash basis services to their practice without a large capital investment. Patients will find these procedures rewarding as well but many do not understand the efficacy and safety associated with these newer treatments. Aesthetic lasers may also be another viable option for your practice due to the simple manner in treating telangectasias and reticular veins in facial and leg areas.
Our Sclerotherapy Training course offers a comprehensive education of this beneficial treatment to physicians and nurses. Through this course, you will discover the entire sclerotherapy procedure, which includes viable injection techniques, standard of care, and proper patient evaluations. Sclerotherapy has been proven to be advantageous to medical practices, not just financially for the practice, itself, but by delivering an exemplary success rate among patients. Our Sclerotherapy Training will provide you with the necessary resources to make the integration process possible. As part of the training you will receive additional sclerotherapy educational resources containing illustrative techniques and written protocols.
The benefit to the physician for offering sclerotherapy is that it remains one of the most in-demand cash basis procedure which you can easily incorporate into your practice. The price for the procedure is $300.00 per (30) minute session and the cost of medicine is minimal (+/- $15). The typical sclerotherapy patient will require 1-3 sessions and will need to maintain these results thereafter. Physicians may also delegate these procedures to mid-level practitioners as another way of taking a cost center and creating a revenue center within the practice. On average, a normal medical practice should realize anywhere from $45 – $75k+ per year in profits from offering this procedure.
Modern sclerotherapy agents have replaced the traditional hypertonic saline injections. These modern agents if used correctly no longer run the risk of staining, matting, or necrosis of tissue. We train you in the latest sclerotherapy agents including STS (Sotradecal), POL (Asclera), and the use of chromated glycerin (72%). Our Sclerotherapy Training includes all forms and consents, ACP standard of care guidelines, and hands-on training for the elimination of reticular and spider veins. During the course of your training you will learn the most common techniques in eliminating these unsightly veins which will include the latest in injection techniques, medical protocols utilized, latest sclerosing detergents, and a complete presentation of the latest laser solutions to common vein problems. You will learn to evaluate and consult with your patient from both a medical and a aesthetic perspective. There is also extended didactic on venous anatomy and pathophysiology, techniques, complications, contraindications, as well as developed standard of care are covered in detail throughout from the American Academy of Phlebology. Our Board Certified specialists will provide you with extensive sclerotherapy treatment options, as well as hands-on training in a small group setting, ensuring the success of your Sclerotherapy Training.
After completing the program you will then be able to thoroughly evaluate the potential patient with aesthetic and/or medical requests in addition to:
- Become proficient in the latest sclerotherapy techniques both by injection and the various laser light solutions available.
- Gain a full understanding and receive the technical skills needed to perform the various sclerotherapy procedures taught through our training.
- Learn to identify the medical patient suffering from venous incompetence including reflux, muscle wasting, and other forms of medical venous disorders.
- Understand when to perform specific diagnostic studies and the importance of ultrasound and other non-invasive studies as it relates to patients indicated with venous insufficiency.
- Learn the importance of post treatment compression for the destruction of reticular veins and in limiting post procedure complications.
- Learn to implement specific strategies for marketing and practice growth.