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Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

The study materials required for the course are provided by British Board of Anti-ageing and Integrated Medicines.

The syllabus of the course of the Board is as per standard of and based on Guidelines of Health Education England HEE and General Medical Council GMC for Aesthetic procedures and various other national and international universities, premiere medical institutions and important societies working in the field of Aesthetic and Anti-ageing medicines.

Students can expect to receive Username and Password for study materials immediately after enrolling with us.


When does this course run?

The course runs every other weekend.



50 hours study (50 CPD points) is needed prior to the practical session which involves 1 days hand in practice in the clinic in presence of supervisor and injectables lecturer followed by an 42 hour home study through our online support.


What Do I need to Bring:

Students are required to attend the practical sessions in white shirt, black smart trousers, and flat smart shoes. All other items will be provided by our team.


Eligibility in U.K. :

Doctors, Dentists, Nurses and Beauty Therapists with a minimum of NVQ3 or NVQ4 in Beauty Therapy or Laser.


Eligibility in Kuwait:

Only Doctors and Dentists.



Mandatory Qualifications requirements:

The mandatory qualification required in order to take this course is CPR (Life Support, not more than one year old) which could be taken alongside the PRP course if you have not taken it before.


Total course fee is £3000.00

50% of the total fee is required for enrollment with BBAIM.

Tel: 01772671355

Finance Reference: BBAIM Academy


Why PRP?

Benefits of PRP Regenerative Therapy

PRP Regenerative Therapy stimulates healing through injection of one’s own growth factors into affected areas.

PRP Therapy is an effective treatment for Skin rejuvenation, hair restoration and some common orthopedic conditions, including sports injuries. PRP or Platelet Rich Plasma is a concentration of platelet cells taken from the patient’s blood, and these platelets have growth factors that may help in the healing process of chronic injuries.

These platelets are the center of PRP Therapy which is derived from the blood drawn from the patient’s arm. It will be put in a centrifuge and spun at a certain RPM. That forces the blood components to separate. The resulting blood will have distinct components of Red Blood Cells (RBC), Normal Plasma (PPP) and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP). The PRP portion of the blood is then separated, and injected into the injured area. Clinical trials prove the effectiveness of PRP treatments for almost all types of chronic healing.

Injection with PRP increases the amount of soft tissue generation, including the tendons, ligaments, as well as collagen and cartilage. PRP can also be used to treat osteoporosis (a medical condition in which the bone becomes brittle and fragile), and it is found to be highly effective in pain management. Another benefit of PRP therapy is that it is taken from the patient’s body, so there’s no matching to be done and no risk of rejection.


How is PRP used?

General Uses Of PRP Therapy

Platelets release growth factors, which are responsible for almost all repair processes that occur in the body.

Cosmetic Rejuvenation

Now your patients can reduce wrinkles and fine lines without going through risky surgical procedures. Since PRP uses the patient’s own blood to produce the platelets, they are far safer than other surgical and non-surgical procedures out there. PRP procedure helps restore and enhance skin regions that require volume, and improves its texture and tone considerably. The treatment will leave the patient looking more youthful and rejuvenated.

Hair Restoration Treatment.

Because the platelets contain vital growth hormones, PRP injections are naturally a good fit for stimulating lost hair follicles. The platelets is injected through the region that is thinning/balding which supplies the nutrients it requires to continue growing a thicker, fuller and healthier hair strand. Although there are no large scale clinical studies on this, preliminary evidence exposes PRP therapy as a good fit for hair restoration.

Pain Management

The goal of PRP in pain management is to reduce or eliminate pain through healing. The platelets in PRP release growth factors that play a vital role in bone healing. Growth factors include Platelet-derived Growth Factor, Transforming Growth Factor-β, Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor as well as several others. Up to 7 types of growth factors as well as cytokines can be found in PRP.

Healing Soft-tissue Injuries

PRP injection is exceptionally effective in treating acute soft-tissue injuries or chronic tendinopathy like acute Achilles tendon repair, rotator cuff repair, acute ligament injury, muscle injury, and meniscal repair. PRP stimulates a healing cascade in the broken ligaments, tendons and muscle cartilages, in some cases even bone regeneration. Of course, the best part is, PRP treatments neither require extended stays in hospitals nor a prolonged recovery stage.

The course in certified and regulated by Continuing Professional Development in the U.K. and is accepted by our affiliated insurance for Medical Malpractice Insurance for Practitioners.

  • Section 1 

    Course Overview

    • Course Content And Overview
  • Section 2 


    • Introduction
  • Section 3 

    Background And History

    • Background And History
  • Section 4 

    Client Information

    • Client Information
  • Section 5 


    • Effectiveness
  • Section 6 


    • Indications
  • Section 7 


    • Contra-Indications
  • Section 8 

    Safety And Adverse Effects

    • Safety And Adverse Effects
  • Section 9 

    Practical Demonstration

    • Practical Demonstration
  • Section 10 

    Clinic Attendance

    • Clinic Attendance
  • Section 11 

    Case Studies

    • Case Studies
  • Section 12 


    • Phlebotomy
  • Section 13 

    Product Reconstitution

    • Product Reconstitution
  • Section 14 

    Pain Management

    • Pain Management
  • Section 15 


    • Procedure
  • Section 16 


    • Aftercare
  • Section 17 

    Tube Guide Chart

    • Tube Guide Chart
  • Section 18 

    Client Information

    • Client Information
  • Section 19 

    Client History And Consent

    • Client History And Consent
  • Section 20 

    Post Treatment Aftercare Information

    • Post Treatment Aftercare Information
  • QUIZ 

    • Platelet rich plasma Quiz

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