Physician Training


Training Courses Available for the Novice and Beginner in:


Many physicians across the U.S. have spent time with Dr. Thomas E. Young of Young Medical Spa® learning the various techniques and aspects of awake tumescent liposuction. If you are a licensed physician and are interested in beginner to intermediate level training in Laser liposuction, or tumescent anesthesia, Dr. Young is offering a two-day program with hands-on experience. If you are interested in training with Dr. Young, please complete the form below for submission and specify the type of training you are looking to achieve. One of our staff members will contact you to discuss with you any questions you may have, available dates, and the needs of your visit. The fee for this two-day course is $4995.00.

Please complete the form on this page if you are interested in training with Dr. Young.


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This activity is designed to meet the educational needs of physicians and other healthcare professionals interested in dermatologic surgery.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of the educational activity, participants should be able to:

  1. Describe the process involved during the patient’s first and second Awake Tumescent Liposuction consultations;
  2. Discuss the risks associated with Laser, Ultrasound and Water Jet Liposuction & Tumescent Anesthesia;
  3. Demonstrate proper marking and positioning of the patient for Awake Tumescent Liposuction;
  4. Compare average tumescent infiltration volumes for abdomen, waist, arms, and thighs;
  5. Describe symptoms of lidocaine toxicity;
  6. Describe the functions of various lipolysis devices, power outlets, wavelengths, and areas to be treated during the liposuction procedure;
  7. Demonstrate basic techniques relating to grid marking, handpiece manipulation, fanning, speed and clinical endpoints;
  8. Demonstrate fat harvesting through appropriate suction techniques;
  9. Discuss patient post-operative experiences and instructions;
  10. Delineate the necessary equipment needed for liposuction and emergency situations;
  11. Demonstrate the proper technique for mixing tumescent anesthesia.


Thomas E. Young M.D., Physician, Young Medical Spa® Center Valley, PA