MonaLisa Touch Provider Training


LEARN HOW TO HELP YOUR PATIENTS OVERCOME THEIR SUFFERING WITH THE MONALISA TOUCH

Dr. Mickey Karram and Peter Weiss are two of only the four doctors in the United States who are licensed to certify other physicians on the MonaLisa Touch. 

Over the course of a 4-hour program, qualified physicians will learn how the treatment works and how to operate the laser. The program includes clinical hours where physicians will operate the laser as well.

Since MonaLisa Touch’s FDA-approval in December 2014, and LIVV Health’s opening in January 2015, Drs. Karram and Weiss have already brought lasting-relief to more than 300 women in Southern California. Their goal now is to increase access to the innovative treatment for women all across the country, in part, by training a new suite of physicians to offer it at their own practices. 


WHO IS QUALIFIED TO LEARN TO USE THE MONALISA TOUCH?

Anyone with a current medical license (MD or DO) as well as NPs in good standing are eligible to administer the laser therapy and learn at our institute. Doctors in OBGYN and Plastic specialties are especially drawn to our institute. You do not need to be board-certified to get qualified on the MonaLisa Touch.

CAN I TALK TO OTHER DOCTORS WHO HAVE DONE THIS BEFORE?

You can contact Dr. Peter Weiss by calling our office.

(310) 849-8549

 

WHEN ARE THE CLASSES OFFERED?

There is no set schedule for our courses. We set course times and dates whenever there are enough interested health professionals.

HOW LONG IS THE COURSE?

The course runs between 2 and 4 hours depending on patient schedules - there is clinical learning involved.

 

HOW MUCH IS THE CERTIFICATION COURSE?

The course is free.

HOW DO i BOOK A SPOT?

Call Jean at 

(310) 246-4628 ext. 282

 

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