New from xMedica: Aesthetics Conference Features Energy Based Treatments for Male and Female Sexual Wellness

Monday, October 22, 2018 | Healthcare Trends , Lasers & Light Devices , Research and Publications


Medical education consortium xMedica LLC of Atlanta has developed a new educational initiative, "The Use of Energy-Based Devices for Improving Sexual Health." The overriding goal of this unique conference is to present factual data in a CME setting to address this new arena for practitioners and to assemble a faculty of experts across specialties.  

According to meeting chair, board certified dermatologist and Director of Skin Laser Specialists of NY and NJ, Dr. David J. Goldberg, “We recognized that there was a void in the market for an educational conference in this evolving area of aesthetic medicine. This program brings together experts across multiple specialties, including Dermatology, Gynecology/Uro-Gynecology, Plastic Surgery, Urology, and Internal Medicine to present a balanced overview of the optimal treatments and hands-on training on how to implement these procedures safely into a practice.”

The program will open with a review of the diverse energy modalities that have evolved as effective treatment options for the most common conditions of concern to patients, including stress and urge urinary incontinence, atrophic vaginitis, dryness and erectile dysfunction. Attendees will have the opportunity to review the literature in the key areas of Radiofrequency, CO2 and Erbium lasers, Li-ESWT, HIFEM, PRP and other modalities. 

According to Wendy Lewis, President, Wendy Lewis & Co Ltd, Global Aesthetics Consultancy, “There is also a need for practitioners to understand how to effectively incorporate these modalities into their practices in the most sensitive way. Attention will be given to the patient consultation and tips for starting the conversation on sexual health and wellness treatments.”

This innovative conference is open to physicians of all specialties including dermatologists, gynecologists, urologists, plastic surgeons, cosmetic doctors, as well as physician extenders and practice staff. 8.0 hours of CME available. 

To register, visit events.x-medica.com/step/

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