LASER REGULATIONS AND STATE RECOMMENDATIONS
Posted March 2015
The variety of regulatory statements being used to answer a very simple question like “ what are my states regulations” can often leave a lot of room for interpretation and confusion, especially to budding entrepreneurs looking to enter this rapidly growing industry.
After spending the last 10 years of my 14-year career going through the ins and outs of each states regulations, I have been able to assist hundreds of my people in finding out if they are eligible to practice laser in their chosen area. If you are in the US it can be extremely difficult to source the “actual statutes” or laws through your state Health or Medical Boards (website, representatives or offices)...
LASER THERAPY & PHOTSENSITIVE MEDICATIONS
Posted February 2014 - Ryan L. Kerstein & Tom Lister & Richard Cole
In the 2009 guidelines from the BMLA, the use of non-essential aesthetic lasers was contraindicated in patients
receiving medication that causes whole-body photosensitisation as well as those causing local light sensitisation. Following this and anecdotal advice, many laser centres refuse to treat patients who are on known photosensitive medication. Therefore, specific patient cohorts that would benefit from laser therapy are being denied because of medications, such as long-term antibiotics for chronic facial acne.
This article reviews the published literature on lasers and photosensitive medications, the mechanisms of photosensitivity and the role of laser in its production...
ACQUIRING A MEDICAL DIRECTOR
Posted September 2015
12 STEPS TO IMPROVE TATTOO REMOVAL RESULTS & YOUR LYMPHATIC SYSTEM
Posted July 2015
The lymphatic system supports every other system in the body, including the immune, digestive, detoxification and nervous systems, which are all very important and essential components in the process and success of ink digestion and healing post treatment. Because there is twice as much lymph fluid in your body and no pump like the heart to keep it circulating it moves very slow, and a client must be active to maintain its benefits. Inactivity, unhealthy living, happiness, and dehydration are all factors that can seriously restrict its flow and slow down the removal process. Below I have provided a list of 12 ways that your clients can help heal and improve their lymphatic system.