A TRAINING academy for aesthetic medicine – believed to be a first for Scotland – has opened in Glasgow.
Set up by the team behind Clinetix, one of Scotland’s leading aesthetic clinics, The Aesthetic Training Academy – in Mitchell Lane, Glasgow – will offer training, in a clinical setting, for a range of aesthetic treatments including Botulinum toxin (botox), fillers, laser treatments as well as covering current legislation and complication management.
The team, led by Clinetix’s Dr Simon Ravichandran and Dr Emma Ravichandran, will provide training, which will comply with the recent and planned changes in legislation governing the aesthetic industry.
Commenting, Dr Simon Ravichandran says: “We are delighted to be opening the first aesthetic training academy in Scotland. We welcome the changes in legislation for the aesthetic industry, which will raise standards and outlaw dangerous practices by unqualified people.
“The academy will train a range of qualified professionals – including dentists, doctors, nurses, and appropriately-qualified beauty therapists – in the art and craft of aesthetic medicine.
“Given the growth of the aesthetic industry in Scotland, we expect a high demand.”
Notes to editors:
Dr Simon Ravichandran is available, on request, for expert comment on relevant issues.
New legislation – The Scottish Government legislation for the aesthetic industry is a three-step process. The first phase was introduced in March 2016 – which made it an offence to run an unregistered independent medical practice, with the second phase scheduled in to force in April 2017.
Clinetix has a highly-qualified team of specialists led by medically-trained doctor and dentist: husband and wife, Dr Simon Ravichandran MBChB. MRCS and Dr. Emma Ravichandran, BDS.MFDS.
Dr Simon Ravichandran, a practicing ENT surgeon, is a founder member of the Association of Scottish Aesthetic Practitioners (ASAP), and was awarded an MRCS from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in Glasgow.
Dr. Emma Ravichandran is a member of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, whose background includes working as a paediatric dentist for the NHS. Emma is regarded as a leading expert in cosmetics medical and non-surgical procedures.
Clinetix takes a holistic approach to cosmetic medicine to ensure the best results for clients and offer a combination of non-surgical, surgical and skin-care treatments to achieve a natural result.
Clinetix’s medical professionals use their years of experience with aesthetic patients to advise clients on the best solutions. Treatments available include wrinkle relaxing treatments, dermal fillers treatments, skin rejuvenation and semi-permanent make-up.
Clinetix, renowned as one of Scotland’s top aesthetic clinics, was established in 2006 and operates from state-of-the-art clinics in Hyndland and Bothwell, to offer a wide range of non-surgical, surgical and skin-care treatments.
Clinetix has won a number of awards including Gold Winner in 2012/13 Aesthetic Awards; Best Aesthetic Clinic 2014 in the prestigious MyFaceMyBody Awards and Best Aesthetic Clinic in the Scottish Hair and Beauty Award and is a finalist in the forthcoming Aesthetic Awards 2014/15.
For more information, visit www.clinetix.co.uk.
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