I have taken three courses and have been thoroughly pleased with all of them. The basic and advanced Botulinum Toxin Type A/ Filler course I attended with Jill not only gave me all of the basics I needed to build a successful injectable practice, but gave me the confidence that I would have a support system in the rare event that I had an additional question after the training course. The sclerotherapy course with Terri Harper was also very beneficial. In the two years I have been practicing sclero in my practice I have had to contact Terri two times with a question and she has answered within a matter of minutes and offered additional help in the case of further issues. I could not be happier with the training and follow up support I receive with AAI and the talented staff I have met along the way. I would highly recommend these classes and this fantastic group of professionals to anyone.
Plastic Surgery Nurse
Barbara B. Weber, RN, CPSN, CANS is a Registered Nurse with more than 25 years of experience, 20 of them in the field as a plastic surgery nurse.
In 1985 she accepted a position in private practice with John M. Griffin, MD, a well respected plastic surgeon in Atlanta, GA. Ms. Weber sat for the inaugural CPSN exam and has been certified as a plastic surgery nurse since 1989. She has been a nurse injector of dermal fillers and sclerotherapy for 16 years, and became a Botulinum Toxin Type A injector when approved by the FDA in 2002. Ms. Weber has served as President of the American Society of Plastic Surgical Nurses where she has been active member for 20 years.
Practicing Area: Duluth, Georgia