Etiology and Clinical Management of Acne
Dec 11

Etiology and Clinical Management of Acne

Causes of acne includes various internal factors that contribute to this challenging skin disorder.

 

Causes of acne includes various internal factors that contribute to this challenging skin...

  • SELF STUDY ONLINE COURSE

    CEU 11


    Acne 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 acneic skin conditions. The material covers chemical peels, light therapy, laser modalities, as well as covers contributing factors such as inflammation, diet, immunity, and the importance of digestive health.  


    THE MATERIAL CONSISTS OF TWO MODULES

    Module 1 Causes of Acne.

    Module 2 Clinical Management of Acne.


    SELF STUDY BOOK 

    The material is offered in print material which includes both modules, test questions and answers. The print material was designed to help reinforce learning objectives, and is an ideal reference for those who wish to have a thorough understanding on the causes of acne, as well as clinical treatment and naturopathic therapies that can help to manage and improve acne skin conditions.  


    CREDIBLE MATERIAL

    The material has been reviewed and endorsed by Dr. Eric Schweiger, Dermatologist NYC, Founder of Clear Clinic.   


    ONLINE LINK   

    https://iaahs.com/dermatology




  • Category
    Classes
  • Date & Time
    Dec 11 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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