FT. LAUDERDALE, FL –July 11, 2019 --- Empire Medical Training™ (EMT) is proud to announce they will continue to offer courses at New York’s Columbia University Irving Medical School and has added an additional site, Chicago’s Rosalind Franklin University School of Medicine and Science, as academic teaching sites for its Advanced Facial Anatomy Cadaver – Aesthetics Training Workshops. The Empire sponsored workshops are AMA accredited and designed to help aesthetic practitioners of all specialties reduce the chance of developing unwanted side effects and enhance the probability of more desirable outcomes for patients.
Registration is open for courses starting September 14, 2019.
Empire Medical Training is the premiere and only full-time physician-led nationwide provider of accredited continuing medical education and hands-on training workshops for physicians and healthcare professionals since 1998.
EMT’s Advanced Facial Anatomy Cadaver Workshop involves facial dissection on fresh cadavers taught by advanced physician educators Ramtin Kassir, MD, triple board certified plastic surgeon, and Azza Halim, MD, anesthesiologist, aesthetic, antiaging, and regenerative medicine specialist.
This workshop provides an effective way for practitioners to hone their clinical skills and refresh their gross anatomy knowledge through hands-on education, facilitated by the nation’s top aesthetic physician educators with advanced skills in applied facial anatomy to reduce the signs of facial aging to achieve safe and optimal clinical outcomes.
“Advanced facial cadaver anatomy training not only improves applied facial anatomy knowledge for aesthetic practitioners, but moreover serves to enhance their confidence in performing nonsurgical facial aesthetic procedures,” says Stephen Cosentino, DO, President, Empire Medical Training.
With the introduction of newer breed antiaging methodologies and products, patients are eager to receive more elaborate antiaging treatments. For this reason, practitioners are ensuring they are ready for these practice growth opportunities through advanced training that not only provides the how-to technical clinical aesthetic skills, but also clinical pathways to avoid risk.
Adds Dr. Cosentino, “The prevalence of aesthetic procedure-related complications underscores the importance of detailed and refreshed facial anatomy knowledge to understand the precise nature of human tissues with their clinical and structural relationships to prevent potentially devastating complications.”
About Empire Medical Training, Inc.
Empire Medical Training provides CME accredited training and ongoing medical education in Aesthetics, Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine, Weight Management, Pain Management, and Surgery. Since 1998, Empire has trained more than 150,000 physicians and healthcare professionals, and provides more than 700 workshops in 35 topics yearly. www.empiremedicaltraining.com