What does CBAM’s Sclerotherapy Course entail?

Last modified: March 2, 2021

Sclerotherapy treatment is used to treat varicose veins, aka “spider veins,” generally in the calf area. The procedure is non-surgical and requires the injection of treatment into the blood vessels to cause them to shrink. Currently, sclerotherapy is one of the standard methods of treatment for veins, and while the treatment is effective, there are many complications and risks that come with the procedure if not administered properly. The course will teach the proper guidelines to safe sclerotherapy injections, basic venous anatomy, and possible complications that may occur.

Course Outline:

  • Anatomy and physiology of the lower extremity veins
  • Different types of vein abnormalities, vein insufficiency, varicose veins, reticular veins, spider veins
  • Patient evaluation: therapeutic vs cosmetic indications
  • Sclerosants and their dilutions
  • Injection techniques
  • Complications and their managements
  • Live demo on patients
  • Hands-on supervised practice on live models

This course is delivered in 2 parts;

Firstly, you study the online material on our online platform. Click here to see the list of lessons. You need to finish the online part of the course before the practical session.

Secondly, you attend 3 hours of practical workshop, including live demo and also practice on live models.

You can see the available dates and locations of this course on our course calendar. (This course is only available in our head office in Toronto.)