Advance your medical career into aesthetics!
At ILM, we offer comprehensive nurse injector training for those interested in expanding their medical career into aesthetics. Our Essential Injection Training course is designed to provide you with the knowledge, skills, and techniques needed to succeed as a nurse injector. You must be an RN, NP, PA, MD, or DO to take this course. We also offer Advanced Injection Training.
Our Nurse Injector Training Courses cover various topics, including anatomy and physiology, facial analysis, injection techniques, patient assessment, and much more. You will learn from experienced instructors who are experts in their field.
The Essential and Advanced Injection Training courses at ILM provide hands-on training in either essential or advanced neuromodulators and dermal fillers. These courses are designed to enable medical professionals to immediately incorporate their newly expanded aesthetic injection skills into a new or existing practice.
Essential Inject curriculum includes training on facial muscles, safety protocols, consultations, contraindications, proper product handling, and appropriate injection sites. Advanced Inject curriculum features practical advanced instruction on non-surgical facial rejuvenation approaches in the upper, middle, and lower face and expert mentoring on improving injection technique.
*Areas of training include: Neurotoxin treatments: Glabella, Periocular, and Frontalis Dermal Fillers: Nasolabial and Marionette line correction, Lips
The Essential & Advanced Injection Courses are designed for medical professionals licensed within their jurisdiction to perform cosmetic injections, including neurotoxins and dermal fillers. Required professional licenses include RN, BSN, NP, PA, MD, and DO licenses.
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* This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Ohio State Nurses Association Approver Unit, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation