What makes our Medical Aesthetics Program for Aestheticians so special?
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What makes our Medical Aesthetics Program for Aestheticians so special ?Tim Wilcox2020-02-08T11:20:01-05:00
Our curriculum places an emphasis on working with physicians, understanding physician services and bridging the gap between your work in the medical aesthetics field and the physician’s work. We believe that understanding this “Circle of Care” is a critical aspect to becoming a valuable member of any medical aesthetics team.
Our program incorporates physician and aesthetician level laser education, including laser physics, advanced anatomy and physiology of the skin, injectables education, advanced medical grade peel instruction as well as advanced medically based corrective skincare procedures.
Upon graduation, you will receive a certificate in Dermaplaning, Medical Grade Peels, Medical Microdermabrasion w/epi infusion, Micro-Needling, Laser Physics and Technology and a Medical Aesthetics Certificate of Completion. This integrative curriculum offers you greater career advancement opportunities.
By Helene Geigleman | Program Director for The Integrative Medical Aesthetics Program of NJ – Jan 9th, 2020
I have been in the Beauty, Health and Wellness industry since becoming a licensed Cosmetologist in 1984. I spent 20 years performing services in the aesthetic field and then in 2001, decided to pursue an education in Massage and Energy Work. In 2008, I went to work for Dr. Donna Wilcox at her medical spa and was introduced to the wonderful things medical aesthetics can do for skin. The products, services and guidance that became available to me there helped me to resolve long standing issues with my skin that I had been struggling with and felt hopeless to ever conquer. This experience lit a fire in me to not only scream from the rooftops how amazing this industry is, but to also somehow teach other industry professionals how to be able to affect this kind of change in their client’s skin and confidence. As it turns out, I was in the right place and with the right person to make that happen! Dr. Wilcox also has a passion for medical aesthetics and a desire to educate as many professionals as she can. We collaborated and designed the Integrative Medical Aesthetics Program of NJ and have been teaching licensed cosmetologists and aestheticians, as well as nurses, nurse practitioners and physician assistants since 2011, how to do the best they can to make corrective medical skincare available to their patients and clients.
Helene Geigleman, Program Director for The Integrative Medical Aesthetics Program of NJ