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Platelet Rich Plasma for Aesthetics

Apr 21, 2017 - 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM
Westin New York,

New York,
ZIP: 10036
Phone: 866-366-1576

CME Accreditation: 8.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) - Testimonial

The popularity of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatments among patients for aesthetic purposes has exploded in recent years as patients are now realizing the long-term and permanent benefits of this procedure. With the average treatment cost of $600 - $1,800 per patient depending upon indications aesthetically or medically, it allows for the physician to realize additional cash revenues within their practice with little or no capital expenditure. Empire Medical's Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Training is the perfect complement to other aesthetic injectible procedures (i.e. Botox/Dermal Fillers) and can be easily incorporated into any type of medical or aesthetic practice.

PRP therapies allow for the separation of a patient’s blood through a variety of harvesting techniques to extract a concentration of autologous platelets (2.5x – 9.0x). These platelets when activated release adhesive glycoproteins (fibrin, fibronectin, and vitronectin) and various growth factors forming a fibrin mesh under the tissue. The growth factors and/or cytokines released when the concentrated autologous platelets are activated in soft tissue include:


  • Transforming growth factor beta (TGFβ) – cell division and stem cell attraction
  • Connective tissue growth factor (wound healing)
  • Insulin-like growth factor I & II (ILGF)
  • Vascular endothelial growth factor (organ regeneration)
  • Epidermal growth factor (EGF)
  • Interleuken 8
  • Fibroblast growth factor (wound healing/aesthetics)
  • Keratinocyte growth factor (wound healing/aesthetics)
Platelet Rich PlasmaPlatelet Rich Plasma releases healing proteins to boost the body natural healing process.

Once these proteins and growth factors bind to the cellular receptors of skin tissue (fibroblasts, endothelial cells, and osteoblasts) at the injection point, they activate a variety of intercellular events which help mediate:

  • Angiogenesis
  • Migration of stem cells to the injection area
  • New Cell proliferation
  • Production of extracellular matrix proteins


Regeneration occurs within the tissues and fibrils ensues, growth and tissue repair will continue for up to (5) weeks after the injections. The result is promotion of local tissue growth and repair of damaged tissue that is permanent. Contrary to other solutions for the skin such as Botox and Dermal Fillers, PRP is natural (non-synthetic) and will not be reabsorbed or synthesized by bacteria.

PRP Training - Course Information

Medical Training

The Empire Medical Training Platelet Rich Plasma course will review all of the indications for the use of PRP for all aesthetic, medical, pain management, and alopecia indications.  This evidence based course allows for you to understand and fully integrate this popular procedure within your practice and include the following indications:

    • Aesthetic Indications
      • Facial Areas (upper and lower)
      • Neck Areas
      • Décolleté
      • Hands
    • Pain Management Indications
      • Chronic Tendinopothies
      • Ligament Sprains & Tears
      • Large & Small Bursa Injections
      • Orofacial Pain and Other Specific Indications
    • Alopecia Treatments
      • Male and Female Pattern Baldness
      • Female Endocrine Considerations
      • Use of Biologics with PRP (Bio-D and A-Cell)
      • Conjunctive Prescription and other Combination Therapies
    • Sexual Dysfunction
      • Intra-Cavernous Injections for Males
      • Intra-Vaginal Injections for Females
      • Adjunctive Therapies for Sexual Dysfunction
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The course will give full protocols to follow for the indicated areas including contraindications, adverse events, and post procedure considerations.  The PRP procedure is a “cash basis” procedure in many cases and detailed pricing and packaging solutions will be discussed including the marketing of these new medical and aesthetic procedures.

This comprehensive Platelet Rich Plasma Workshop (PRP) will discuss the component factors of platelet rich plasma as well as the (2) FDA approved PRP preparation processes (single spin and dual spin) and re-injection techniques and protocols. Clinically, PRP has been used by oral surgeons, orthopedic surgeons, podiatrists, and plastic surgeons for over 15 years. Over 1,500 hospitals nationwide utilize PRP in medical procedures for a variety of intra-operative procedures. Platelet-rich plasma procedures have also received considerable attention in the popular media because of its use in treating sports injuries in professional athletes.

The Platelet Rich Plasma Training course will provide you with hands-on training through live demonstrations on patients for aesthetic and alopecia uses. After taking an Empire Medical  workshop you will gain a high level of proficiency in performing PRP injections, and will understand why many patients looking for these innovative techniques.

Platelet Rich Plasma Sports MedicinePlatelet-rich plasma injections are very popular in treating sports injuries in professional athletes

Like all of our aesthetic workshops, this is a comprehensive certification program that will provide each attendee with extensive sessions and patient education. This PRP Education seminar will be taught by Board Certified Plastic Surgeons and other specialists.

Our expert physician staff of Board Certified Plastic Surgeons and specialists will work closely with each attendee to help ensure that the attendee's skill level in performing the various sculpting techniques and desired correction for the patient is sufficient. Didactic instruction will cover all client expectations, indications for treatment, techniques and protocols needed, along with any contraindication, potential risks, or possible side effects with the procedure.

Attendees will receive a full course manual with specific protocols and reference material along with treatment forms, consent forms, and other patient intake forms that can immediately be implemented into the practice. Also, an adequate amount of time will be devoted to pricing each procedure and specific marketing protocols that have proven success in our practices.

Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy: Course Objectives

Medical PRPPRP Benefits are vast for both Aesthetics and Pain Management Patients.

Thoroughly understand and become proficient in the following areas:

  1. Learn specifically the kinds of wrinkles, tissue damage, aesthetic enhancements, alopecia indications, and pain areas that can be improved using the various types of PRP technology available and injection techniques for correction.
  2. Understand the other uses for PRP including medical, pain management, sexual dysfunction, and alopecia treatment. Receive the protocols to each of these treatments and understand when these treatments would be appropriate.
  3. Become knowledgeable to the pros and cons of the various spin methods (single spin/dual spin) and the clinical validity of medical grade solutions as compared with commercial non-medical solutions that are promoted through the Internet, You-Tube, and trade shows.
  4. Gain specific knowledge as to the component factor of platelet rich plasma, clinical validity of PRP, aesthetic uses for PRP, alopecia treatments, and the use of PRP for male and female sexual dysfunction.
  5. Understand the various FDA Approved protocols associated with PRP therapy including recommended indications, dosing, areas for treatment, and in combination with other tissue augmentation therapies.
  6. Acquire the technical skill to perform all the various types of injections for the face and neck, décolleté, and hands.
  7. Understand the pros and cons, and when to use PRP therapy with your patients.
  8. Learn how to properly and effectively present the various options to your patients including explaining likely results and setting expectations.


Platelet Rich Plasma Training (Aesthetic) - Agenda


Component Factor of platelet-rich-plasma; what is platelet rich plasma?  Growth factors, stem cell markers, and other cytokines within PRP, and Major Steps for Activation. Review of (2) FDA approved PRP preparation processes, PRP Kit Differences, Dual Spin vs Single Spin. Clinical validity of platelet-rich-plasma, Patient Indications for Treatment (Expectations)


Indications for PRP Medical Therapies, Relative Contraindications, Procedure in preparation of Platelet rich Plasma, Injection Charts & Dosages, Review for correct placement, safety and techniques. Acceptable treatments for chronic or sub-acute tendinopathies (para-spinal, platellar tendon, achilles, rotator cuff, etc.), small and large joints (knee, elbow, shoulder, AC joint etc.) and other specialty applications.

Lunch (on your own)

Aesthetic applications for PRP for face, neck, and hands, Microneedling and dermal rollers for static rhytid indications and scarring and combination therapies.  Alopecia Treatments for Men and Women with conjunctive treatments with other biologics (A-Cell / Bio-D).  Sexual Dysfunction injections using PRP for Men and Women (intra-cavernous/vaginal). Patient Selection, Relative Contraindications, Procedure for re-injection, Injection Charts & Dosages, Review for correct placement, safety and techniques.


Hands-On Sessions. Small group breakout sessions with live volunteer patients. Attendees will have the option to administer PRP injections for aesthetic and alopecia indications and show proficiency in review of treatment and injection technique and administration.

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