AAAM PHYSICAN TRANING WORKSHOPS IN AESTHETIC MEDICINE: PATIENT VOLUNTEER NEEDED FOR Wednesday, November 14, 2012 (THIS DATE ONLY!)[br>[br>The American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine (AAAM) educates and trains physicians in the science, techniques and procedures of aesthetic medicine, which are non-invasive or minimally invasive cosmetic procedures. Physicians who train with AAAM are on a path to becoming Board Certified in Aesthetic Medicine. AAAM's Courses are held in the US, Asia, and the Mid-East. More information about the organization may be found www.aaamed.org.[br>[br>We will be training on a procedure for those with severe acne scars. Please see the information below if you are interested in being a volunteer patient for this procedure [br>[br> Punch Biopsy for Severe Acne Scars (i.e. "ice pick" scars or similar) [br>This procedure is for patients with severe acne scars in which all other treatments have failed such as laser treatments and chemical peels. We request patients who sign up for this procedure send a photo in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org so they can be evaluated by the faculty physician.[br>[br>The AAAM is holding its Board Certification Courses, and Volunteer Patient Workshops at:[br>[br>The Westin Coral Gables Hotel - LOCATION ONLY, DO NOT CONTACT HOTEL, CONTACT: email@example.com[br> 180 Aragon Boulevard [br>Coral Gables, FL 33134 [br>[br>If you, or someone you know are interested in receiving one or more of these procedures, please visit http://www.aaamed.org/workshop.cfm and use the password aaam-nov2012 to view the available patient workshops. You can view the workshop descriptions, dates and times to see if they will work with your schedule. Slots are limited, however, so if you are interested, please sign up at your earliest convenience. Please do keep your appointment once you make it. Your appointment will be confirmed by an automatic email.
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