Sexual Dysfunction Male and Female
1 day - $1,899.00
Sexual Dysfunction has become extremely popular by aesthic providers because of the extreme demand for effective treatment options. Sexual dysfunctionis not only a common condition suffered by males and females alike, but is also an exciting new specialty for aesthetic providers to integrate into their aesthetic practice as a result of the effective, yet non invasive new treatment options available for patients. With such a high demand for treatment offering Sexual Dysfunction Treatments to your patients becomes a real option for aesthetic providers looking to add a new revenue stream to their practice.
This course the use of Platelete-Rich-Plastma (PRP ). PRP for sexual wellness is a revolutionary non-surgical treatment that uses a patient’s own blood platelets that rejuvenate the female and male system, allowing more blood to flow to the organ, enhancing sensitivity and delivering a dramatic improvement in sexual function. The use of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), which contains blood-derived growth factors, is a natural treatment for vaginal atrophy/dryness, urinary incontinence, and erectile dysfunction.
Erectile dysfunction affects more than 18 million American men; with some estimates projecting that by 2025 the worldwide prevalence will approach 322 million. Evidence-based research has identified many options for treating ED.
The prevalence of female sexual dysfunction is a disease encompassing sexual desire, arousal disorders, and sexual pain disorders is a complex and important clinical issue. In the National Health and Social Life Survey, 43% of women reported some degree of sexual difficulty.
Adequately recognize the Female and Male Anatomy of the areas for injection
Understand physiology, epidemiology, risk factors, phychosocial impact of the male and female sexual dysfunction.
Identify patient selection and management of patient expectations
Learn the latest clinical approaches with Platelete-Rich Plasma
Business aspects of marketing and fee structures
Paperwork to include consent forms and procedure notes
Hands on injections of patients