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Premium member Presentation Transcript Medical Pedicure Opportunities : Medical Pedicure Opportunities Dr Robert Spalding, DPM, EMT-P Background : Background Board Certified DPM, Chattanooga, TN Certified Forensic Podiatrist, police investigation/testifying in court cases Lecturing to Nail Technicians for 10 years concerning the need for sterilization Concerns : Concerns More infections were being reported in the last decade Injuries, damages & deaths were being reported NAIL SALON INFECTION SURVEY : NAIL SALON INFECTION SURVEY Developed a web site, 2005… www.NailSalonInfectionSurvey.com Purpose: To form the first national database concerning salon related infections. NailSalonInfectionSurvey.com : NailSalonInfectionSurvey.com Collected Information : Collected Information This information and an event that happened in 2006 lead to the development of a book called……. March 2006 : March 2006 After Kimberly Jackson died March 2006, Death By Pedicure was published Nov/2006. Two More Deaths occurred while writing other editions of my book : Two More Deaths occurred while writing other editions of my book Jessica Mears, San Jose, CA, (2006) died of Mycobacterium whirlpool infection that converted to a MRSA infection from a pedicure injury that did not heal for two years. Gerry Ann Schabarum, Indian Wells, CA, (2007) died from a staph infection believed to be from a salon pedicure Death By Pedicure : Death By Pedicure Doctors, Lawyers, and consumers were calling with their concerns; nail techs were asking how to make their salons safer, and educators were seeking information on to improve the cosmetology textbooks. Developed MediNail Learning Center in 2007 to provide accurate information and education. An industry-focused edition, The Science of Pedicures is the text of the ANT/MNT courses. The Science of Pedicures : The Science of Pedicures Lecture : Lecture NOW MY LECTURE A Market Forecast : A Market Forecast A crisis is forming in three (3) distinct US markets that can impact the Nail Salon industry. First: The Baby Boomer Market : First: The Baby Boomer Market Next: The Podiatry Market : Next: The Podiatry Market Last: The Nail Salon Market : Last: The Nail Salon Market Baby Boomer Statistics : Baby Boomer Statistics Increasing numbers of baby boomers are becoming diabetics with special foot care problems More people, including baby boomers are becoming MRSA colonizers (individuals who have MRSA but are not showing symptoms of infection Baby Bloomer Market : Baby Bloomer Market More BB Retiring More BB with diabetes More BB with Hepatitis B/C & MRSA More BB with foot care problems Baby Boomer Market : Baby Boomer Market Another influence on the market: The Boomer has more discretionary income than any demographic in the United States Baby Boomers are retiring in record numbers & going on Medicare : Baby Boomers are retiring in record numbers & going on Medicare US Health Statistics : US Health Statistics Many health care claims are being declined by Medicare and other insurance companies as “Not Medically Necessary” Baby Boomers bring their health care problems into Nail Salons to unprepared nail technicians MRSA JAMA 2007 : MRSA JAMA 2007 Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) was responsible for: estimated 94,000 life-threatening infections 18,650 deaths in 2005 16,000 people died from AIDS (USA) The Journal of the American Medical Association. Oct 17, 2007. Boomers Have More Nail Fungus & Are Going to Podiatrists More : Boomers Have More Nail Fungus & Are Going to Podiatrists More More Baby Boomers Have Swollen Feet and Are Going to Podiatrists : More Baby Boomers Have Swollen Feet and Are Going to Podiatrists Boomers have more Diabetes : Boomers have more Diabetes 23.6 million people in the United States, or 8% of the population, have diabetes. Increased by 13.5% from 2005 to 2007. 'Boomers Average 5 Cardiovascular, GI & Pain Meds' : 'Boomers Average 5 Cardiovascular, GI & Pain Meds' US Health Stats on Hepatitis : US Health Stats on Hepatitis All Hepatitis, USA – the CDC estimates over 500,000 new cases per year. 4000 - 5000 deaths per year Estimated 1.5 Million HBV carriers in the US 300 Million Worldwide HBV, Worldwide – World Health Organization 400 - 500 Million new cases per year 1 million deaths annually Hepatitis B : Hepatitis B How many of you have Hepatitis B Vaccinations Series? Series of three shots Leave one out – not immune Why are they not required for nail techs? Second Market: Podiatry : Second Market: Podiatry Podiatrists are needing help! Podiatry : Podiatry Second Market Change : Second Market Change The American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) research says that Three (3) times the number of podiatrists will be needed in 10 years to handle all the new baby boomer foot care problems. That’s impossible. Not enough medical schools exist to train that many podiatrists. Second Market Change : Second Market Change Currently Podiatrists are retiring faster than newly trained podiatrists entering the work force. This means more foot care with fewer podiatrists We don’t know if this will change in the future with other para-professionals entering the field (foot care nurses, NPs) Podiatry Markets : Podiatry Markets More Podiatrists are retiring than as being trained to enter podiatry These podiatrists will need force multipliers or physician extenders Force Multipliers are: : Force Multipliers are: Employees trained to takeover the non-invasive treatments for the busy physician, such as: Trimming toenails Debriding calluses Other medical services Added advantage of NTs in Podiatry offices: Can perform cash services Podiatrists Need: : Podiatrists Need: A trained individual to perform routine foot care A medically-trained Nail Technician to develop a Medical Pedicure clientele-base “Mediceutical” office retail product lines , items such as foot creams, nail polishes and other foot care items. What other conditions in Podiatry? : What other conditions in Podiatry? Decrease in insurance reimbursements Cost to file a claim increases every year ($18) Higher co-pays, higher deductibles, higher insurance premiums, lower coverage Seeing more routine foot care with less access to well trained employees Decrease in Medicare Reimbursements : Decrease in Medicare Reimbursements Reimbursements to physicians have been reduced or held the same every year for the past 10 years Filing Insurance Claims : Filing Insurance Claims If a physician bills Medicare as Primary for nail care he’s paid approx 80% of $36.00 = $28.80. Secondary insurance must be billed or patient pays remaining 20% ($7.20) The cost to process a claim averages $18/claim. $18 total for efforts and waits weeks for that. Something must change Podiatry : Podiatry Podiatrists will appreciate CASH-BASED OPPORTUNITES Third Market Change : Third Market Change A CRISIS IN THE NAIL INDUSTRY! Nail Technician Market : Nail Technician Market Lower market for artificial nails A shift to more natural care In the past 5 years there has been more morbidity, bringing increased anti-salon media Increased number of serious infections and deaths being reported in the past 5 years Nail Technician Market (con’t) : Nail Technician Market (con’t) Below Market or Discount salons lowered service fees for traditional salons Undercover reports by the media showed only 25% of the nail techs following prescribed state disinfection protocols Fewer nail technicians are enrolling in most schools to fill salon/spa needs The perception is that lower enrollment is caused by lower salon revenues Changes in Nail Salon Market in the Last 10 years : Changes in Nail Salon Market in the Last 10 years Lower Artificial Nail Revenue More Natural Nail Services : More Natural Nail Services More Natural Nail Services More Skin Infections : More Skin Infections Increase in Discount Salons Lowered Service fees : Increase in Discount Salons Lowered Service fees Lower Enrollment in Nail Schools Perceived by Many as Caused by Lower Tech Revenue : Lower Enrollment in Nail Schools Perceived by Many as Caused by Lower Tech Revenue Nail Salons : Nail Salons Fewer artificial nails Fewer techs enrolling in schools Decrease in revenues Decrease in performance of disinfection protocols identified by media Nail Salons : Nail Salons Increased infections with 3 actual deaths Increase in below market (discount) salons Increased need for improved professional image State Cosmetology Boards : State Cosmetology Boards State Boards Have been historically resistant to change Many boards who improve regulations return to former ruling under pressure State legislators and government officials are not usually responsive in many cases to needed changes or don’t understand the issues Not Teaching what you really need to know Industry Changes : Industry Changes The changes must come from within the beauty industry – self regulation The nail technicians, cosmetologists and schools must improve their own image by removing possibilities of negative press by increasing: Education Sterilization Standard Aseptic Techniques Marketing their healthy practices Review of Markets : Review of Markets ? Increase in (BB) Baby boomers with foot problems ? Decrease In Podiatrists ? Decrease In Nail Tech students Number of Estimated Professionals : Number of Estimated Professionals 14,000 Podiatrists need manpower 600,000 Cosmetologists are providing nail services in full service salons 400,000 Nail Technicians in 55,000 “nails only” salons Many are not practicing currently; could not afford to stay in the industry Perfect Conditions : Perfect Conditions This situation creates the “perfect storm” for Nails Technicians and Cosmetologists to enter the field of Medical Pedicure Opportunities QUESTION : QUESTION How do we get these markets together? How can Podiatrists develop trusted referral relationships or hire trained force multipliers to meet the increased patient population? How can the nail professional become the force multiplier preferred by podiatrists to aid them in meeting BB podiatry needs? Answers : Answers Train Nail Technicians to the standard of working in a podiatrist’s office on at-risk clients Raise the bar in prevention performance of salon nail technicians so podiatrists can comfortably refer routine clients to them/open their books to patients with nail pathology Three Solutions : Three Solutions 1. Provide Advanced Training to nail techs to gain their acceptance into the medical community as force multipliers 2. Raise the commitment by nail technicians to safer techniques to encourage physicians to refer to them or hire them 3. Increase the public confidence in Nail Salons and Nail Technicians through higher standards of care Similar Business Model with Aestheticians : Similar Business Model with Aestheticians Dermatologists, Plastics Surgeons and other aesthetic physicians have accepted aestheticians as force multipliers. Medical Aesthetician : Medical Aesthetician Medical aesthetician training classes are conducted across the country Taught by anyone who wishes to set up a class Very expensive one day to a weekend course with limited practical experience No guarantee of quality or standardization The Difference? : The Difference? This course is being coordinated as a certification through mutual cooperation between physicians and educators Consistent, relevant and targeted education No huge fees (Aestheticians pay thousands) Experienced instructors/authors Faculty : Faculty Robert Spalding, DPM, EMT-P Janet McCormick, MS, NT, LE, CIDESCO To learn more about the background of the instructors/authors, see www.MediNails.com TEXTS : TEXTS Textbooks: Inexpensive and well written The Science of Pedicures by Dr Spalding Protocols for Advanced Nail Technicians by Janet McCormick Texts : Texts ONLINE TRAINING CENTER : ONLINE TRAINING CENTER MNT Training Course : MNT Training Course Slide 65: Have trained 237 students in online beta testing In three months, 7 MNTs have finished the course and Internship, two already working with a podiatrist We have ten MNT podiatric training centers, with new physicians coming on board monthly When a tech signs up, a podiatrist is resourced in her town for her Internship What do we call these advanced trained technicians? : What do we call these advanced trained technicians? CERTIFIED MEDICAL NAIL TECHNICIAN™(MNT) Description of an MNT : Description of an MNT A state licensed nail technician or cosmetologist who has completed the ANT program Completed additional advanced online training (MNT) to prepare to work for a Podiatrist or other physicians, plus a one week Internship under a podiatrist Is trained to assist a podiatrist, or can perform medical and cosmetic pedicures in a medical setting. Some do not wish to work in a physician’s office, just want to attain a higher level of information Description of MNT Course (cont…) : Description of MNT Course (cont…) Ten modules online A five day Internship with a Podiatrist Tested and Certified MNT All modules are online www.MediNails.com MediNails.com : MediNails.com What’s in MNT for the Nail Tech? : What’s in MNT for the Nail Tech? Ability to perform services in medical setting Increased work opportunities Increased income Financial stability Increased professionalism and education Immediate access to consult a physician What’s in MNT for the NT (con’t) : What’s in MNT for the NT (con’t) Increase fees for services Trained to perform services under a physician Increased work opportunities Increased safety in client services Direct access to a physician for tech and her client MNT Certification : MNT Certification What’s In MNT for Podiatrists? : What’s In MNT for Podiatrists? Pedicure clients may also become patients More income because of a force multiplier New Cash-Only Business: pedicures for their at-risk patients & retail products to sell Well trained employees to help meet patient needs Patients get safe services & fewer infections What do podiatrists like most about MNT Services in Their Offices? : What do podiatrists like most about MNT Services in Their Offices? NO INSURANCE To File WIN-WIN Situation for the Physicians and Technicians : WIN-WIN Situation for the Physicians and Technicians Podiatrist make more money and have a new business Nail technicians make more money Podiatrists have trained NTs to refer to Clients get safer services and fewer infections Increase the professionalism and safety of the nail technician and participating salon THE FIRST STEP to this program is to become an Advanced Nail Technician or (ANT) : THE FIRST STEP to this program is to become an Advanced Nail Technician or (ANT) TWO ANT Programs : TWO ANT Programs 1. Beauty College Based with a practical component Schools must have an autoclave. 2. An optional online-only course via a website program that is available for those who do not have a participating school in their area. No hands on available How Can Your School Participate? : How Can Your School Participate? Have an instructor with an Advanced Nail Technician (ANT) Certification Must have an Autoclave First two modules are taught in your school Requires only two days of in-school instruction (Introduction, then final evaluation with clients) Remaining classes is at www.medinails.com Course Outline of ANT : Course Outline of ANT COURSE OUTLINE 1. Introduction a. Goals of the course b. Competencies of the Advanced Nail Technician 2. Marketing Healthy Practices a. Defining Marketing in the Nail Industry b. The Functions of Marketing c. The Forms of Marketing 3. Development of the Industry to Now a. 80’s, 90/s, 2000 b. The Industry now ANT Outline (con’t) : ANT Outline (con’t) 4. Emerging and Resistant Microbes a. Definitions b. How they have changed/affected our industry/the devastating changes c. Examples in the nail salon 5. Scope of Practice and the Law a. Working outside the Law b. Aseptic technique c. Sterilization practical technique ANT Outline (con’t) : ANT Outline (con’t) 6. The Crisis in the Nail Industry a. Deaths by Pedicure and why b. The Corrections c. Current requirements in the states: are they appropriate? d. Guaranteed Standard e. Verifiable Standard f. Hand washing Standards in Salons 7. Methods of Transfer of Disease a. Salon Micro Trauma b. Iatrogenic Injuries c. Prevention of Injury ANT Outline (con’t) : ANT Outline (con’t) 8. OSHA and Nail Salons a. Scope of the Standard b. OSHA and State Laws c. Blood borne Pathogens and Nail Salons d. Universal Precautions and Nail Salons 9. Common foot problems. a. Nail Diseases and Disorders b. Skin Diseases and Conditions ANT Outline (cont.) : ANT Outline (cont.) 10. Disinfection and Sterilization a. Forms b. Advantages and Disadvantages 11. Client Assessment a. Using the Client Questionnaire b. Foot Exam procedure c. HIPPA and the Nail Salon ANT Outline (cont.) : ANT Outline (cont.) 12. Properly Shaping a Toe Nail 13. Working with At-Risk Clients a. Types b. Precautions 14. Levels of care ANT Outline (con’t) : ANT Outline (con’t) 15. Referral Relationships with Physicians a. Preparing the presentation b. Approaching a physician c. Protocols for referrals d. Responding to referrals e. Levels of care 16. Comprehensive Menu of a Salon a. Menu necessities b. Choosing a product line 17. Final Review Goals of ANTs : Goals of ANTs To work safer in a salon on clients To better protect their clients through Autoclave Sterilization and Aseptic Techniques To properly refer clients with medical problems to physicians and receive referrals for beautification To raise their income & professional image ANTs Operate Safer in a Salon : ANTs Operate Safer in a Salon For those Nail techs or Cosmetologists who just want to work safer in their salon Sterilization Techniques Aseptic Manicures and Pedicures Training in working with at-risk clients Reduce possibilities of damage and resulting lawsuits Demonstrates “Just because they care” ANTs Refer to Physicians : ANTs Refer to Physicians Develop a referral relationship with physicians 1. Refer skin and nail problems to physicians 2. Gain the respect of physicians 3. It’s the right thing to do ANTs Receive Referrals from Physicians : ANTs Receive Referrals from Physicians Most physicians do not have a nail technician they trust to refer their clients to for cosmetic hand and foot care Most physicians want to know a qualified technician who works safe A new resource for clients = higher income ANT Marketing : ANT Marketing Set themselves apart Market the Certification “Safe Services” are now an excellent marketing focus www.Westerilize.com resource ANT Certification : ANT Certification Differences between ANT & MNT : Differences between ANT & MNT Sterilization How to refer Aseptic Advanced Advanced Medical Office Training & to Doctors & Manicure Fungal Callus Care Charting, Marketing Universal & Pedicure Nail Care Skin Care X-ray, EMS, Precautions Techniques & Vascular Sterile fields Massage Podiatry Skills ANT + + + MNT + + + + + + Medical Nail Technician™ (MNT) & Advanced Nail Technician™ (ANT) are trademarks of Dr Robert Spalding and Janet McCormick Advantages of Using an Autoclave Sterilizer in a Salon : Advantages of Using an Autoclave Sterilizer in a Salon Safe implements Verifiable sterilization Highly Marketable Safe manicures and pedicures Professional appearance Shows the technician cares Service for your customer’s home instruments (Spa Advertisement on back) ‘Verifiable’ : ‘Verifiable’ A high degree of assurance that the instrument is free of all microbe Sealed in pouch until use Color heat indicator proves sterility Instrument VerificationWhat is Soaked in what agent for what time period : Instrument VerificationWhat is Soaked in what agent for what time period Heat color indicator tabs : Heat color indicator tabs Sterilizers Come in All Shapes : Sterilizers Come in All Shapes Why so many infections? : Why so many infections? If you look at all the infections it boils down to one thing…… ANSWER : ANSWER SALON MICRO TRAUMA™ (SMT™) WHAT is ‘SMT’? : WHAT is ‘SMT’? Any service involving the skin or nails will cause trauma to the skin Salon Micro Trauma is the degree to which skin is injured You do not have to see blood to penetrate the epidermis to create injury to the skin What instruments cause the most problems? : What instruments cause the most problems? What Does It Take to Cross the Skin Barrier? : What Does It Take to Cross the Skin Barrier? Cosmetologists and nail technicians have been told by Cosmetology textbooks that the skin is our first line of defense and unless it is cut or visibly injured with bleeding you are absolutely safe. True or False? Absolutely Wrong : Absolutely Wrong The skin has a trans dermal, semi-permeable membrane (stratum lucidum) which allow certain microbes and medications (nitro, pain patch & more) to pass through Example: nerve gas, bacteria and viruses are delivered through simple absorption through the skin, hence full body protection our soldiers wear. What does it take to be a break in the skin? Answer? Not Much….! : What does it take to be a break in the skin? Answer? Not Much….! Mild Inflammation Mild Rash Dry skin Cracks, fissures from athletes feet Bruising Reversal of Training : Reversal of Training So what is the result of this basic lack of understanding of how infections occur? POOR PREVIOUS TRAINING and……….. LAWSUITS : LAWSUITS Information on Insurance and Lawsuits : Information on Insurance and Lawsuits Most lawsuits involving serious infections, loss of limb or death are settled out of court at the upper limits of the policy The reality of the damage and death is kept from the media and public, when possible Melbourne Woman Sues Nail Salon After Toes Amputated 6/08 : Melbourne Woman Sues Nail Salon After Toes Amputated 6/08 MELBOURNE, FL (AP) -- A Melbourne woman is suing a nail salon, claiming a $25 pedicure caused her to lose two toes. Lynn Hulland -- who is a diabetic and is susceptible to skin ulcers from even minor wounds -- is suing for unspecified monetary damages. She says a non-English speaking nail technician at the Regal Nail salon cut her foot, which caused an infection. Hulland had been going to the salon for a few months and says she repeatedly told the staff that a razor couldn't be used on her feet because she was a diabetic and prone to infection. Hulland was hospitalized for 17 days and doctors later removed two toes. http://origin.firstcoastnews.com/news/florida/news-article.aspx?storyid=110849&catid= What Protects Physicians and Nail Technicians Financially From Lawsuits? : What Protects Physicians and Nail Technicians Financially From Lawsuits? EDUCATIONAL TRAINING : EDUCATIONAL TRAINING Advanced Training provides better protection that what the state requires Malpractice Insurance : Malpractice Insurance PICA : PICA Podiatry Insurance Company of America (PICA) Insures Most Podiatrists & their employees Marine Insurance Agency : Marine Insurance Agency Insurance for MNTs : Insurance for MNTs PICA will cover the MNTs as long as they are Employees If Independent Contractors, Marine Agency covers an MNT ANT Training…..MORE OR LESS LIABLE? : ANT Training…..MORE OR LESS LIABLE? Sterilization, aseptic care and proper referral to a physician will reduce your exposure if a claim is filed or a complaint is levied because you are exceeding the state disinfection protocol. One Thing That Professional Certifications Require = CEUs : One Thing That Professional Certifications Require = CEUs Only a few states require CEUs in the beauty industry The medical world requires annual updated instruction for professionals ANTs and MNTs will be required to take CEUs MediNails.com will offer CEUs online Podiatrists Hiring Nail Technicians: Not a NEW CONCEPT : Podiatrists Hiring Nail Technicians: Not a NEW CONCEPT Physicians had to spend expensive time training the techs; most were unwilling so did not hire them Hoped they knew how to work aseptically; most did not It was hit-or-miss whether it worked out or not Many podiatrists are excited about having trained techs - MNTs - available Others are excited about having beauty referrals available to ANTs Examples of podiatrists utilizing a Podiatry Based Salon concept : Examples of podiatrists utilizing a Podiatry Based Salon concept DR Velarde Knoxville, TN www.bestfootphoto.com Dr Velarde’s Treatment room Conversion : Dr Velarde’s Treatment room Conversion Dr Groshell, Jacksonville, FLwww.barefootmedspa.com : Dr Groshell, Jacksonville, FLwww.barefootmedspa.com Sonuspa, Fort Myers, FLhttp://sonuspa.com/manicure_pedicure.htm : Sonuspa, Fort Myers, FLhttp://sonuspa.com/manicure_pedicure.htm Dr Ann Pinski, Louisville, KYhttp://www.kyfootdocs.com/care_pedicures.php : Dr Ann Pinski, Louisville, KYhttp://www.kyfootdocs.com/care_pedicures.php Louetta Foot & Ankle, Spring, TXhttp://www.louettafootandankle.com/team.html : Louetta Foot & Ankle, Spring, TXhttp://www.louettafootandankle.com/team.html Dr Mary Beth Crane, Grapevine, TXhttp://www.faant.com/healthy-steps-services.aspx : Dr Mary Beth Crane, Grapevine, TXhttp://www.faant.com/healthy-steps-services.aspx Dr. Paul L. Sheehy, Jr , Tampa, FLhttp://tampafootdoctor.com/ : Dr. Paul L. Sheehy, Jr , Tampa, FLhttp://tampafootdoctor.com/ Dr John Hollander, Santa Rosa, CAhttp://www.johnhollanderdpm.com/ : Dr John Hollander, Santa Rosa, CAhttp://www.johnhollanderdpm.com/ Drs Smith & Smith, Monterey, CAhttp://www.montereyfootdoctor.com/staff.php : Drs Smith & Smith, Monterey, CAhttp://www.montereyfootdoctor.com/staff.php TIA HENNESSY, NAIL TECHNICIAN Tia is a licensed nail technician. She grew up in Carmel and has worked for Smith Foot & Ankle Center for 5 years NAILS Magazine April 2008Darcy Olin with Dr Jay SullivanPulaski, NY : NAILS Magazine April 2008Darcy Olin with Dr Jay SullivanPulaski, NY MNT Training Sites : MNT Training Sites The previous doctors have agreed to act as MNT Training Centers Other Job offers : Other Job offers Large Clinics MediSpas Hospitals Las Vegas Veteran HospitalDR Michael Federico : Las Vegas Veteran HospitalDR Michael Federico JOB OFFER to MNT $35,000 per year or $18.00 per hour to start Health insurance benefits and vacation Retirement plan Paid Holidays Most Weekends off JOB: Provide Routine Foot Care to Veterans (No Beautification TX) VA Pilot Program : VA Pilot Program If this program works, nearly 100 plus VA hospitals and clinics in the United States will be interested in hiring nail techs Could be a substantial job market of providing routine foot care (corns, calluses, fungal nail care, trimming nails) So what does a MNT learn in this course to help the podiatrist? : So what does a MNT learn in this course to help the podiatrist? X-ray procedures, film development and can get additionally certified to operate an x-ray machine Medical charting To recognize advanced foot pathology Proper techniques for routine diabetic foot care Vascular Massage Techniques for Edema To help with wound care and ulcer care MNT (con’t) : MNT (con’t) To: Help with drawing injections Perform medical foot strapping Assist in casting orthotics Evaluate gait Trim calluses with #15 surgical blade Learn about prescription topical creams Athena Elliott, MNT is working with Dr Nagler, Houston, TX : Athena Elliott, MNT is working with Dr Nagler, Houston, TX Clerice Moldawski, MNT, SC : Clerice Moldawski, MNT, SC Ruth Windsor, MNT, Michigan : Ruth Windsor, MNT, Michigan Darlene Sammons, MNT Chattanooga, TN : Darlene Sammons, MNT Chattanooga, TN Wanted the training to teach her students about aseptic technique & to gain information for her success in teaching. A different reason to take it. TWO MORE Have been Added this month : TWO MORE Have been Added this month Grace Almstead Nativa Williams MNT Training : MNT Training How do MNTs function in a podiatry office or outside the office? : How do MNTs function in a podiatry office or outside the office? 1. Routine foot care for physician offices, hospitals or nursing homes directly under the podiatrist. 2. Function as podiatric assistants until they build up their client base 3. Ultimately perform medical pedicures with their own client base in the podiatry based salon How do we find these doctors? : How do we find these doctors? A list has been developed on www.WeSterilize.com We have a list of sterilizing salons and ANTs or MNTs nail technicians to help the consumer in finding a sterilizing salon or technician www.WeSterilize.com : www.WeSterilize.com MNT Podiatry Training Sites : MNT Podiatry Training Sites Directory Map for Salons who Sterilize : Directory Map for Salons who Sterilize Slide 146: ADVANTAGES Online ANT/MNT Training allows access to training from the comfort of home No Travel No Hotel No huge fees for training Modular so you can take it as you can afford it New resource for jobs MNT Online Training Advantages : MNT Online Training Advantages Standardizes advanced training for nails techs who are preparing to work for podiatrists and other physicians Standardizes the practical training taught nails techs or podiatrist assistants through an Internship Creates a connection and trust between physicians and nail technicians 10 Course Modules for MNT : 10 Course Modules for MNT Ten Modules for MNT : Ten Modules for MNT 1. Advanced Nail Technician, ANT Part 1 2. Advanced Nail Technician, ANT Part 2 3. ANT The Science of Pedicures. ANT Part 3 4. Salon Emergencies, Part 1 5. Salon Emergencies, Part 2 6. Podiatry and Biomechanics for MNTs, MNT1 7. Podiatry and Biomechanics for MNTs, MNT2 8. Podiatry and Biomechanics for MNTs, MNT3 9. E-File vac, Radiology, Strapping & Other Important Techniques for the MNT, MNT 4 10. Advanced Marketing Techniques and Review How To Prevent Death By Pedicure and Sterilization Techniques In Nail Salons : How To Prevent Death By Pedicure and Sterilization Techniques In Nail Salons SALON EMERGENCIES AND DISASTER CONCEPTS2 part module : SALON EMERGENCIES AND DISASTER CONCEPTS2 part module Podiatry and Biomechanical Concepts for the Nail Technician(split into 4 part module) : Podiatry and Biomechanical Concepts for the Nail Technician(split into 4 part module) The Success of this Program Depends on You, the Educators : The Success of this Program Depends on You, the Educators We need your help to teach these important concepts (ANT). Your school can benefit financially through this advanced training We believe sterilization is the future success of Nails Salons & technicians We will appreciate your input on an ongoing basis. This course will evolve with the industry. Future Classified Ads : Future Classified Ads Medical Nail Tech For Physician Medical Nail Technician (MNT) seeking position in Physician’s office. Trained to work with at risk clients. Future Classified Ads : Future Classified Ads Physician Seeking Medical Nail Tech Physician seeking medically trained nail tech for routine foot care and Pedicures. Estimate it will take 3-5 years : Estimate it will take 3-5 years We expect 25% of the podiatrists will be involved in this program in 3-5 years. Potential for 3,500 podiatrists creating a medical nail tech position(s) Other medical specialties are showing interests in the MNT graduates Join Us : Join Us We invite you to take the online course for one free module of each part off in exchange for course feedback. I. E. Buy one get one Free. Affiliate Website Programs : Affiliate Website Programs Links to quality training websites for sharing training course revenue. CEUs will be available for course graduates next year Further advanced courses will be added over time. Slide 159: Topic outline Podiatry and Biomechanics for the Nail Technician is a complete overview of the Physics, Motion Pressure, Disease and Disorders of the Foot. This module is divided into three easy steps: Presentation of Information Assessment of Information Certificate You must complete these steps in order. Simply click on the buttons below to get started on each section. 1PRESENTATION OF INFORMATION:Please review the presentation of information before attempting the assessment for this module of the course. The presentation will take approximately 30-45 minutes to complete. Be sure to take adequate notes and study the materials before moving onto the module's quiz. (STEP 1) Presentation of Information Quiz 2ASSESSMENT OF INFORMATION:After viewing the presentation, please proceed to the assessment for this module. 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Podiatry and Biomechanical Concepts for the Nail Technician Certificate TOPIC OUTLINE : TOPIC OUTLINE (STEP 1) Presentation of Information Quiz (STEP 2) Assessment of Information - questions only Quiz Podiatry and Biomechanical Concepts for the Nail Technician Certificate Steps : Steps 1. Get Texts 2. Take ANT 3. Take the MNT Chattanooga State Tech Rhonda CastleBerry, Director : Chattanooga State Tech Rhonda CastleBerry, Director Chattanooga State 6 sterilizers1st to take the ANT this fall : Chattanooga State 6 sterilizers1st to take the ANT this fall Miller Motte Technical2nd Darlene Sammons, MNT : Miller Motte Technical2nd Darlene Sammons, MNT ANT and the MNT program will continue to evolve with inputfrom educators, the CEA & AACS : ANT and the MNT program will continue to evolve with inputfrom educators, the CEA & AACS Remember : Remember You are already in the health profession whether you know it or not! 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