A new foundation ultrasound course launched by the Academy of Regenerative Medicine in conjunction with the Cutaneous Group will be taking place in December.
The two-day Facial Ultrasound for Aesthetic Practice course will cover the basics of ultrasound, the fundamentals of how ultrasound works, recognition of structures in the face often treated with dermal fillers, and the different filler types and complications they can cause.
Speakers include aesthetic practitioner and phlebologist Dr Leonie Schelke and dermatologist Dr Peter Velthuis from the Netherlands, consultant orthopaedic surgeon Mr Ansar Mahmood, consultant aesthetic oculoplastic surgeon Mrs Sabrina Shah-Desai, and aesthetic practitioners Dr Steve Harris and Dr MJ Rowland-Warmann.
Dr Rowland-Warmann said, “Ultrasound is the future of aesthetic medicine. Rarely has a development come along that will make such a difference to patient safety. Practitioners should recognise how ultrasound can elevate their practice and set them apart as practitioners who care about the safety and welfare of their patients and the accuracy of their results.”
The course will take place on December 5-6, 2021 at BMA House in London.