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    • July 27, 2018
    • July 29, 2018
    • Raleigh, NC
    • 3

    Upon Completion of this learning activity, the participant will be able to:

    • Identify the Components of PRP such as cytokines, platelets, mesenchymal stem cells, stem cell markers, growth factors.
    • Compare kits and know how to use them and describe PRP preparation procedures as outlined by the FDA
    • Know what Dual spin and single spin is and formulate the appropriate centripetal acceleration and time to achieve the desired concentration of platelets for best results.
    • Discuss the different types of PRP like PRFM and know how to apply them to the medical or cosmetic condition that is being treated.
    • Describe how and why to “Activate” PRP
    • Manipulate the components of the PRP using FDA approved additives that work to improve the PRP stability prior to administering.
    • Determine what patients are good candidates for PRP therapy and the medical applications and their validity.
    • List the step-by-step procedures to create the PRP serum.
    • Discuss and acquire the skills to perform aesthetic injections, filler injections to the face, and neurotoxin injection
    • Identify the safety and sterilization protocols that must be followed
    • Identify the conditions treated with PRP
    • Perform PRP on the face, neck, hands, and décolleté and be able to choose the proper injection modalities and micro needling for PRP administration.
    • Demonstrate improved PRP and volumetric enhancement with fillers in combination
    • Perform a complete Face lift with PRP and fillers . Assessing the patient, planning the procedure and calculating the amount of PRP and filler needed.
    • Categorize and treat Acne scars, stretch marks, dark circles, and burn scars
    • Design an approach for Alopeciae in both men and women.
    • Evaluate treatment options for male and female sexual dysfunction
    • Perform joint and tendon injection with PRP for Arthritic conditions and tendinopathies knee, shoulder, AC joint, elbow, ankle, and feet.
    • Review protocols for follow-up injections and assessing improvement levels
    • Perform hands-on training by administering the procedure on live patients. You will take part in PRP injections for facial treatments and alopecia. Understanding the various factors that can influence PRP efficacy and how you can ensure positive outcomes
    • Develop effective marketing techniques for PRP


    • August 03, 2018
    • August 05, 2018
    • Salt Lake City, UT
    • 7
    Register
    Part One is a workshop utilizing a scientific literature review of HRT, case presentations, then case management requiring audience participation, an approach designed to help physicians successfully and knowledgeably treat their age management patients. The first day is a literature review of the importance of optimizing hormones for both men and women. The second day involves diagnosing, prescribing, monitoring, and adjusting dosing based on patient’s symptoms and lab tests. The Part I course is designed to provide the nuts and bolts of hormone replacement therapy. You’ll learn about monitoring and troubleshooting HRT through literature presentations, case studies, and open discussions.


    • August 10, 2018
    • August 12, 2018
    • Tucson, AZ

    The Best Medicine Isn’t Just About the Science of Medicine:

    Today, more than 75% of the maladies that cause your patients to consult with you are largely preventable or remediable through health behavior change. Sadly, 72% of patients fail to adhere to lifestyle & preventive recommendations and therapies!

    Evidence-based medicine, electronic communications, availability of information on the internet, cost control, and societal trends have affected every aspect of medical care. In spite of all these changes, the importance of the practitioner-patient relationship remains a constant. While the ways of communication have evolved dramatically over the past two decades, the face-to-face role of the practitioner and the patient has not.

    Recognizing the importance of both issues, the Institutes of Medicine now defines your patient’s experience as an important domain of quality; compassion, empathy, and communication are areas of increased focus for CG-CAHPS and HCAHPS scores; patient’s ratings of your communications & caring are heavily weighted in pay-for-performance provider plans; consumers can find patient’s evaluations of you on more than 150 websites. Moreover, the most patient-centric practitioners generate significantly lower diagnostic and therapeutic costs.

    What’s missing in 21st century CME programs is an emphasis on these essential core competencies, which can be categorized as the ‘art’ of medicine. The New Art of Medicine Workshop provides the solution with a practical, hands-on, entertaining and highly experiential program intended to engage, stimulate, and enlighten you – in a fully immersive learning environment. This intensive, evidence-based, two-and-a-half-day workshop utilizes multiple learning modalities and environments – staged presentations, classroom, one-on-one, group, role-playing, indoor/outdoor, self-assessment & ‘homework’.

    If you are really serious about getting the best results from the science of medicine, achieving long-term patient outcomes, radically differentiating your practice from others, maximizing patient loyalty, enhancing professional satisfaction and income, then this program is for you.



    • August 24, 2018
    • August 26, 2018
    • Raleigh, NC

    Upon Completion of this learning activity, the participant will be able to:

    • Identify the Components of PRP such as cytokines, platelets, mesenchymal stem cells, stem cell markers, growth factors.
    • Compare kits and know how to use them and describe PRP preparation procedures as outlined by the FDA
    • Know what Dual spin and single spin is and formulate the appropriate centripetal acceleration and time to achieve the desired concentration of platelets for best results.
    • Discuss the different types of PRP like PRFM and know how to apply them to the medical or cosmetic condition that is being treated.
    • Describe how and why to “Activate” PRP
    • Manipulate the components of the PRP using FDA approved additives that work to improve the PRP stability prior to administering.
    • Determine what patients are good candidates for PRP therapy and the medical applications and their validity.
    • Distinguish any PRP contraindications and what patients can do to prevent complications
    • List the step-by-step procedures to create the PRP serum.
    • Discuss and acquire the skills to perform aesthetic injections, filler injections to the face, and neurotoxin injection
    • Identify the safety and sterilization protocols that must be followed
    • Identify the conditions treated with PRP
    • Perform PRP on the face, neck, hands, and décolleté and be able to choose the proper injection modalities and micro needling for PRP administration.
    • Demonstrate improved PRP and volumetric enhancement with fillers in combination
    • Perform a complete Face lift with PRP and fillers . Assessing the patient, planning the procedure and calculating the amount of PRP and filler needed.
    • Categorize and treat Acne scars, stretch marks, dark circles, and burn scars
    • Design an approach for Alopeciae in both men and women.
    • Evaluate treatment options for male and female sexual dysfunction
    • Perform joint and tendon injection with PRP for Arthritic conditions and tendinopathies knee, shoulder, AC joint, elbow, ankle, and feet.
    • Review protocols for follow-up injections and assessing improvement levels
    • Perform hands-on training by administering the procedure on live patients. You will take part in PRP injections for facial treatments and alopecia. Understanding the various factors that can influence PRP efficacy and how you can ensure positive outcomes
    • Develop effective marketing techniques for PRP


    • September 21, 2018
    • September 23, 2018
    • Houston, TX
    • 66
    Register
    Part Two follows the Part One series with advanced concepts and up-to-date research. This two and one-half day seminar will keep you current on the appropriate skills needed to manage everyday problems. It will serve as a short refresher, including important new therapies, clinical pearls, tricks of the trade, advanced techniques and difficult case management sessions. The field of age management medicine continues to grow at a rapid rate, making it difficult to stay abreast of all the changes. Included in Part Two is an hour-long lecture that reviews the scientific literature giving credence for this type of practice. Over 200 peer-reviewed articles, the foundation for Dr. Rouzier’s advanced course, will be provided as a reference for the participant. This is the same lecture Dr. Rouzier gives to medical academies to inform physicians of the health benefits of age management therapies.


    View Part II PDF Brochure



    • October 05, 2018
    • October 07, 2018
    • Tucson, AZ
    • 34
    Register
    Plan to join us for our 20th Anniversary celebration for WorldLink Medical and Neal Rouzier, MD. 



    • October 26, 2018
    • October 28, 2018
    • St. Louis, MO
    • 105
    Register

    The educational process for Part III is both didactic and interactive with maximum audience participation. All of the most complex, interesting, and confusing cases experienced by Dr.Rouzier over the last ten years are presented. The participants decide on the corrective management with literature reviews to guide therapy. Be forewarned, as in the past, many concepts taught in other academies are contrary to the medical literature presented in this course. The attendee will decide therapy based on evidence based guidelines rather than public opinion. Although there are no medical boards for this type of practice, Part III is similar to a medical board that digs deeper into the complexities of age management medicine. Clinical cases will be analyzed to formulate appropriate treatments and management to improve the understanding and level of care provided to patients. In Parts I & II the cases and studies are simple and straightforward.


    • November 30, 2018
    • 8:00 AM
    • December 02, 2018
    • 12:00 PM
    • Salt Lake City
    • 97
    Register

    For years Part III attendees have lamented, “So is that all there is? Can’t there be more? Although there are new articles, research, updates, literature critiques, and sarcasm (of course), the majority of this course will be problem solving, case management, mistakes to avoid, and tricks of the trade. The audience will consist of those with significant experience, questions, and issues which makes for an excellent experience for both me and participants, as we all learn from patients and ourselves. Extensive literature review in Parts I, II, & III have not allowed me to present all the interesting and complicated cases and situations that I have encountered in the last 15 years of practice. So bring your tough cases, comments, thoughts, and ideas and have another fun weekend with your talented peers. This will be a collection of the most talented and experienced physicians in this industry. Enjoy.

    COURSE DETAILS

    Workshop Schedule

    • Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
    • Saturday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
    • Sunday, 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon



    • February 01, 2019

    Agenda and registration coming soon.

    Our patient population continues to get sicker and healthcare costs continue to rise. Our changing healthcare environment requires a different type of training than what is taught in medical schools.  Preventable chronic diseases now dominate the top ten list for causes of death here in the U.S., and our physician burnout rate is at an all-time high.

    Dominating our surveys are your requests for tools to help guide the transition to a practice focused on creating health, as well as better resources to more efficiently and effectively educate your patients.  Many physicians are no longer willing to focus on treating chronic symptoms. The key today is working with patients to ensure healthy lifestyles to prevent many of the chronic diseases affecting our growing population.

    Program Focus:  Medical legal, practice development, marketing and patient experience.

    The first day will address the practical side of creating a wellness practice, and includes legal and compliance issues for this type of practice that everyone should be aware of. We’ll also detail practice logistics around budgeting, finance, staffing, fees, location, and similar. Day two moves to practice development work, in terms of who you are and what message you are trying to communicate to your patients and outlying community. Having a clear message is an important component to building your practice.

    Our marketing strategy encompasses both an organic approach to reaching out to the community in a real and meaningful way, as well as the more traditional (but a little more out of the box) approach to online marketing. Our online marketing talk has a specific focus towards patient education, and we’ll dedicate time both through marketing but also a more practical in-office approach that looks at educating patients in groups. This type of teaching allows for a wide range of lifestyle topics, but also looks at behavior and mindset in re-educating your patients. These are   important considerations in order to affect positive change.

    Finally, we will look at how you communicate with your patients, and what changes can be made to create better, more effective relationships that last a lifetime. In essence, how to create a patient experience that leaves your patients feeling happier, healthier, and embracing their healthcare experience and sharing their story with friends and family.


Past events

June 29, 2018 BHRT Series - Part IV
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