Etiology and Clinical Management of Rosacea
Dec 12

Etiology and Clinical Management of Rosacea

Rosacea is a challenging skin disease with various pathology and triggering factors that...

 

Rosacea is a challenging skin disease with various pathology and triggering factors that...

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  • SELF STUDY ONLINE COURSE

    CEU 10


    Rosacea is a common skin disease that has numerous contributing factors. This material discusses the various contributing factors as well as covers in detail, clinical applications to manage rosacea skin conditions. The material covers chemical peels, light therapy, and includes study on intense pulsed light and laser modalities.


    THE MATERIAL CONSISTS OF TWO MODULES

    Module 1 Causes of Rosacea

    Module 2 Clinical Management of Rosacea


    SELF STUDY BOOK 

    This book is a comprehensive review for advanced study in rosacea skin conditions, and covers contributing factors such as immunity and inflammation. The material details predisposed factors such as ethnicity. The material includes a detail study of clinical as well as naturopathic therapies that can help to manage rosacea skin conditions.  


    CREDIBLE MATERIAL  

    Recognized by the National Rosacea Society.

    Reviewed and Endorsed by Dr. Eric Schweiger Dermatologist NYC.


    COPYRIGHT IMAGES GIVEN WITH PERMISSION

    The National Rosacea Society

    Dr. Igor Rudenko, Ukraine, Dermatologist


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  • Category
    Classes
  • Date & Time
    Dec 12 2018 at 09:00 AM - Dec 31 2019 at 05:00 PM
  • Location & full address
    INTERNATIONAL ONLINE
  • Event Admins
    Linda Gulla

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