Laser Hair Removal
Physician & Physician Delegate Laser Training (16 hours)
The Texas Laser Institute offers physicians and their delegates a two-day seminar, 8-hours each. These seminars provided a comprehensive yet efficient solution to gain the necessary training to perform many of today’s most popular aesthetic treatments within a medical practice. In addition, these seminars are designed to provide the required degree of training and comprehension in accordance with Rule 193.13 of the Texas Medical Board.
- Minimum age for admissions is at least 18 years of age at the date of application.
- Students must have attained a high school diploma, GED or equivalent. Student may show current enrollment in a program or attainment of licensure or education where a high school diploma served as a prerequisite.
- Proficiency in English or in Spanish, depending upon the language in which the course will be instructed.
- Students must possess licensure as either a physician, a physician assistant, or a nurse practitioner. A prospective student that does not maintain licensure to practice medicine may also enroll in the seminar if s/he satisfies the first three requirements and works underneath the direct supervision of a physician.
Seminar Tuition for the Physician & Physician Delegate Laser Training:
For 2015, tuition for the two-day sixteen (16) hour training in any of the Physician & Physician Delegate Laser Training Seminars is $650 per student for laser hair removal. Tuition must be paid in full at the first day of class. The Texas Laser Institute also provides training at the practitioner’s location. Please contact us for detailed pricing regarding destination training. Tuition includes all course materials, testing, and certificates of completion.
Objectives and Main Skills to be Learned at each Seminar
Seminar Objective, Laser Hair Removal:
Following the completion of the Laser Hair Removal Technician seminar, the student will be able to apply the theory, science and practice of laser hair removal to achieve safe and effective treatments using a multitude of light based machines. Specifically, the student will be better able to understand the interaction of light within competing chromophores, conduct client consultations, determine treatments settings and protocols appropriate for laser hair removal, address treatment complications, the responsibilities as a Laser Safety Officers, as well as respond to practice setting considerations.
Main Skills to be Learned:
- Safe use of light based machines
- Human anatomy relevant to laser hair removal
- Laser Physics
- Skin Typing
- Skin Reactions
- Treatment Protocols
- Eye Protection
- Emergency situations and their mitigation
- Post-treatment Protocol
- Sanitation and proper care of laser and IPL equipment
- Regulatory considerations
- Practice considerations