Fungal nail infections are common. They’re not serious but they can take a long time to treat. Fungal nail infections usually affect your toenails, but you can get them on your fingernails too (NHS).
In this Fungal Nail, Verruca and Wart Masterclass, we look at how Long Pulse Nd:YAG and Q-Switched Nd:YAG lasers can be used to destroy nail fungus and treat these common problems that so many people have.
We will then treat some models and you will get some hands on practical in the treatment of these conditions.
There are no pre-qualifications needed to do this course. Places are available to anyone who wants to expand their knowledge in the area of fungal nail, verrucas and warts.
- What are fungal nails, warts and verrucas?
- Why people get fungal nails, warts and verrucas.
- Typical treatments available and their effectiveness.
- The technology available to treat these concerns.
- Contraindications and client suitability.
- Treatment of fungal nail, warts, and verrucas
Why Train with Lynton
Our training centre is equipped with the latest interactive audio-visual technology. We have treatment rooms housing our industry-leading aesthetic devices, allowing delegates to receive excellent educational content together with live demonstrations and hands-on experience with live models.
Uniquely, we are able to offer hands-on experience on a wide range of different systems, unlike many other training providers who generally only have one system at their disposal. We believe no other training centre has this number of systems available.
All of our trainers have years of experience in performing treatments as well as training, so they are able to give the best and most accurate knowledge possible.
What Will You Get Out of It?
- After completing this course, you will receive a Lynton Masterclass Certificate.
- You will leave with a lot of accurate and relevant knowledge that you can apply to your own treatments.
- Confidence to perform safe and effective body shaping treatments.
After qualifying as a Beauty Therapist in 2002, Kirsty very quickly discovered a passion for skin and lasers. She has been using lasers and IPL systems since 2003, and joined Lynton as a Clinical Trainer in 2008.
In 2010 she became the manager of the Lynton Clinic, but continued to run a variety of training courses. She has completed her VTCT Level 4 Laser and Light Hair Removal and Skin Rejuvenation qualification as well as the L5 in Laser Tattoo Removal. She is also a qualified assessor.
In 2018 she became the Education Lead at Lynton lasers, and is now responsible for the organisation and delivery of the Lynton VTCT qualifications. She still administers treatments at the Lynton Clinic, keeping her skills and knowledge completely up to date.