Official Sciton Inservice
Sciton BBL & Halo Training Videos
Sciton's Webinar Archive
Advanced Clinical Preceptorships
Light / Tissue Physics Courses
Online Light / Tissue Physics
Official Sciton InserviceIf you want an official training certificate, Sciton can send a clinical trainer to your office to do hands-on didactic and clinical training with your staff. Here is the form you will need to fill in to request a training: PDF file here
Sciton BBL & Halo Training VideosThere are a set of online training videos that cover the basics - they’re good for a refresher, or an an overview for a new employee. For the latter, view these as laying the groundwork for the official inservice. They are currently free. To watch them, you will need to log in to ScitonPro.com as described above. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on “Training Videos”. This will take you to Vimeo’s web page. Under payment information enter “Training2019” (note the capital T). Enjoy!
Sciton's Webinar ArchiveTons of webinars on various clinical and business topics. The production values are pretty low since our docs do them for love not money… but the info is solid. Link here for complete list or Link here for laser physics overview
Sciton EventsSciton sponsors 150+ events a year all over the country. Each rep, of which we have 25 across the country, hosts 4-6 dinner talks and 1-2 weekend seminars per year. You can go to any event in any territory if you are willing to travel and there is space available. A complete listing can be found at the Sciton.com web site in the Physician Resources section. Link here
Advanced Clinical PreceptorshipsIf you want training on advanced techniques, you can attend advanced clinical preceptorships. A listing is found on the Sciton.com website under physician resources. Link here.
Light / Tissue Physics CoursesSciton sponsors Light and Tissue physics courses all over the country. They involve a nominal fee to a third party and come with either CEU or CME depending on the course. I recommend these for every new hire who will be performing treatments, or discussing treatments with patients. Link here
Clinical TrainingNew You Medical Training is the best training you can get, short of going back and doing another residency program. When my wife and I set up our practice, we took just about every paid course available, and Dr. McQuillan’s were by far the best. They’re expensive (in both money and time) but worth it if you want to be more than merely competent. They are working on a new website, but you can see their course listing and schedule by clicking here .
MINT AestheticsMint Aesthetics in Kansas City has a wide variety of excellent training courses covering clinical and business topics. Link here
Clearskin InstituteClearSkin Institute in Phoenix has a wide array of training courses covering all aspects of aesthetic medicine. Link here.
User SummitsSciton holds two user summits per year in the USA. They’re a fantastic opportunity to learn the lastest techniques and get business tips. Usually we have 200-300 attendees, making it the largest aesthetic device user meeting in the world! I recommend going once every two years. We also have a User Summit in Europe during the summer for those who like to boondoggle. Link here
Online Light / Tissue PhysicsXmedica has an excellent online course if you (or new staff) wants to take a didactic course without traveling. Cost is $795 for physicians or $595 for extenders. Link here
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