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Advanced Ultrasound Training for Aesthetic Injectors:

Date: May 18th, 2024

 Location: 3636 N Central Ave. STE 700 Phoenix, AZ. 85012

Join Maki Med Spa and Clearskin Institute of Laser Aesthetics for an exclusive certification program in Phoenix. This training is designed for physicians, nurses, and healthcare professionals specializing in aesthetic treatments, focusing on the safe application of facial ultrasound technology to minimize complications in injections and AGNESRF Micro-needling procedures. Elevate your practice and provide unparalleled reassurance to your patients. This course also fulfills the minimum qualifications required for the use of diagnostic ultrasound in medical aesthetics.

Enhance Safety & Expertise with AGNESRF Micro-needling and Injection Techniques

Learning From Experts

Vincenzo Giuliano M.D., DABR, RDMS

  • Current Clinical Faculty Clearskin Institute of Esthetics, Phoenix, AZ

  • New Clinical Faculty NetCE

  • Frm. Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine & Surgery Nova Southeastern College of Medicine


A Post Test will become available online in 2024 to claim additional CME credits toward state licensure. 

  • This activity satisfies eight (8) supervised contact hours in dedicated ultrasound training, including comprehensive review of ultrasound principles, safety, terminology, basic operation; and ultrasound screening protocols for RF-microneedling (AGNES) planning for lower eyebag removal and complications.

  • This activity is designated for 8 hours of self-assessment continuing medical education (SA-CME) credits toward the purpose of maintaining practitioner certification.

  • NetCE is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), and American Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare providers, including physicians and nursing professionals. NetCE qualifies Ultrasound in Esthetics for a maximum of 5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s). Physicians should claim only credit commensurate with the extent of activity participation. NetCE qualifies this continuing education activity for 5 ANCC contact hours.

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