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UK’s First - Platelet Rich Plasma Training Course (PRP)

PRP combines cutting edge aesthetic techniques with a well proven scientifically researched system of rejuvenating body tissues, making it a fantastic addition to any aesthetic practice. It is a safe and simple, yet amazingly effective way of improving skin tone, increasing skin radiance, decreasing pore size, and blending fine lines, as well as providing natural volumisation in areas such as nasolabial folds. It is also effective in the treatment of the decolatage area, scars, stretch marks and hair loss.

Key benefits of adding PRP to your practice

  • Safe
  • Simple yet effective
  • Minimal start up costs
  • Easily integrated into the aesthetic practices of doctors, nurses and dentists
  • This course represents part of a new direction within the aesthetic field, to harness the body’s own healing powers of rejuvenation in order to achieve aesthetic goals.

How does it work?

PRP is a simple procedure which involves collection of a patient’s blood and the re-introduction of a fraction of the blood product (the platelet rich plasma) to the patient’s dermis. This in turn leads to dermal rejuvenation by stimulation of local tissues including stem cell proliferation, and enhanced release of collagen from activated fibroblasts.

The theory will explore platelet physiology, including alpha granules, platelet derived growth factors and their interaction with local stem cells, keratinocytes and fibroblasts which result in skin rejuvenation.

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Price: £900 inc VAT

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PRP Before and After


Dae Hun Kim., Young Jin Je, M.S., Chang Deok Kim, Ph,D., Young Ho Lee, M.D., Young Joon Seo, M.D., and Young Lee, M.D Can Platelet-rich Plasma B Used for Skin Rejuvenation? Evaluation and Effects of Platelet-rich Plasma on Human Dermal Fibroblast.

Dugrillion A et al. Autologous concentrated platelet-rich plasma. International Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. 6 November 2002.

Eppley BL. Plateletquantification and growth factor analysis from platelet-rich plasma implications for wound healing. Plast Reconstr Surg 114: 1502, 2004.

Eppley BL. Platelet-rich plasma: A review of biology and applications in plastic surgery. Plast Reconstr Surg 118: 147e, 2006


The Platelet Rich Plasma course is being held:
25th May in Manchester
29th June in Glasgow
4th August in London

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Cost: £900 (inc. VAT)

To book now, call 0845 6432008.

Would you like to combine some of our courses? We are happy for you to choose the courses that suit you best. Why not call us and we'll help you put together a training schedule and a discount price that suits you.

If you have any questions about any of our courses or services please contact us at info@medicsdirect.com, by phone on 0845 643 2008, or by using our online contact form.

UK’s First - Platelet Rich Plasma Training Course (PRP)


Platelet Rich Plasma Training.

Aesthetic indication for PRP

Platelet Physiology

Platelet origins, morphology and distribution

Platelet role in wound healing

Platelet Rich Plasma, non aesthetic indications.

Platelet Rich Plasma, consideration of clinical studies for aesthetic use.

PRP safety, cautions and contra-indications

Hands on practical sessions with live models

5pm close


"My chief priority in starting up my own clinic was to be able to offer my clients a first rate service. If I didn't have confidence in the training I had received from Medics Direct, and in the back-up support which was available to me, I simply wouldn't be able to offer my services to clients."
Sally Jones, Aesthetic Practitioner

"The Medics Direct training courses are so professional and comprehensive. They filled me with the confidence that I really knew what I was doing - not only in terms of carrying out the treatments but in making the transition to become self-employed."
Helen Shaw, Aesthetic Practitioner

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