In this 2 day intensive you will learn directly from Dr. Julie Gunther, family medicine and aesthetics physician and her aesthetics team about the fundamentals of aesthetics, skin and facial anatomy, neurotoxin, filler principles and more.
Day 1 starts with 4 hours of rapid-fire didactics, a tour of sparkMD and an evening session of injecting on other physician participants followed by a long Q&A dinner with drinks and camarderie.
Day 2 starts early and is spent at sparkMD clinic with 1:1 injection opportunities on models provided by sparkMD. Each physician will inject frontalis and glabellar neurotoxin on at least one of their ‘own’ patients with direct hands on supervision. A lunchtime business lecture is provided. In the afternoon, discussion about the business of medicine and aesthetics, managing finances, social media strategies and further practical considerations of the business of aesthetics, with full financials, will be approached.
This is an introductory class. Physician participants can expect to leave feeling ready to begin adding neurotoxin injections to their practice with appropriate resources to ‘hit the ground running’. There is opportunity to discuss and demonstrate filler, lasers, microneedling, bodycontouring and more as an introduction, but this course is designed as an entry point for physicians looking to launch injectables and to develop a plan for their aesthetics future and, in under 36 hours, to help you feel confident with your direction in aesthetics as a business and addition to your medical practice.
Cost of goods and models are provided, along with the assumption that physicians choosing to attend this course are already procedurally sound in other domains within their existing practice.
Seminar includes Friday night dinner, Saturday breakfast, lunch and dinner, a comprehensive ‘injection how-to’ take away, Dr. Gunther’s Sparks Start Fires book, and the opportunity to purchase start-up supplies to return home and inject on day 1. All attendees will receive a certificate of completion to submit to malpractice as proof of training.
CME credit is in process. Elective credits may be claimed.
Course is limited to 10 attendees.