Society to promote UK mesotherapy education
Focus on accredited hands-on training and research resources
Founded in France, mesotherapy is now a popular aesthetic treatment across much of Europe and South America but is relatively new to the UK. The technique was first devised over 50 years ago to improve blood circulation and treat conditions such as fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis and chronic pain.
The procedure can now be used successfully for a number of aesthetic indications, including skin rejuvenation, localised fat reduction and cellulite.
The Society of Mesotherapy of the United Kingdom (SOMUK) has now been formed to promote and support development of the treatment in the UK.
SOMUK provides educational resources and hands-on training to all licensed practitioners through CPD-accredited and board-certified courses, regardless of their speciality, as well as providing access to the latest mesotherapy tools and research.
Practitioners can also learn protocols for all treatment techniques, including facial rejuvenation, lipolysis-lipodissolve, fat reduction, mesosculpting and mesolift, and alopecia and pain management.
The society aims to educate practitioners and “equip them with the skills to develop this relatively new field of aesthetic medicine within the UK market.”
SOMUK is a member of the International Society of Mesotherapy and works closely with the French Society of Mesotherapy. For more information, visit somuk.co.uk.