In addition to treating patients myself, I have been involved in the training of doctors and nurses in the treatment of leg and face thread veins for many years. Indeed my colleague Emma Davies and I started the first course on leg and facial telangiectasia treatment which was recognised by the Royal College of Surgeons of England. We have been running these courses for many years and more recently we are proud to be associated with Wigmore Medical which has a long tradition of medical and aesthetic training.
Recently I was delighted to train another group and all delegates were successful. It is a very busy and intense course which covers all the theoretical and practical aspects of diagnosing and treating thread veins on the face and legs. The purpose built training facility in London is an excellent venue and I very much enjoy taking part in these courses. Here are some testimonials from my most recent delegates and a couple of pictures of them during their training course doing some practical work.
Cindy Rose, Nurse.
“This has been a thoroughly informative, interesting and practical day. We have been given plenty of support and instruction to enable us to feel confident in performing these treatments. I would highly recommend this course to anyone considering it. Many thanks, Dr Gajraj, it was great.”
Paul Burgess, Plastic Surgeon.
“Anybody considering starting a practice in microsclerotherapy and facial telangiectasia and treatment should definitely attend this course. The course manuals are extremely detailed well laid out and easy to digest. The interactive teaching on the day is very informal and friendly. The supervised practical sessions allow delegates enough practice to become comfortable with the techniques. Following the course, I feel very confident and can’t wait to start seeing clients. Thank you very much, Dr Gajraj.”
Here we can see Dr Paul Burgess performing microsclerotherapy under Dr Gajraj’s supervision.