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Injection Anatomy with Dr Lee Walker

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Dr Lee Walker is director and clinical lead at multi-award winning BCity clinics and has over 20 year’s experience in the field of medical aesthetics. He is the founder and lead speaker for the Northern Aesthetic Practitioner Group, where he provides advanced training and education to over 170 medical aesthetic practitioners.

As part of his commitment to medical safety, Dr Walker is on the expert panel for the Aesthetic Complications group (ACE) to provide guidance and advice on complications related to non-surgical treatments. He also sits on the expert advisory board of ‘Save Face’ a United Kingdom professional standards registered body responsible for setting industry safety recommendations.

He also is a faculty lecturer in clinical education for the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Glasgow. In 2017, Dr Lee Walker was highly commended as ‘Doctor of the Year’ and winner of the prestigious professional initiative award for the United Kingdom for his commitment to safety in the aesthetic industry. Dr Walker has been awarded memberships to the prestigious Royal College of Surgeons in both Glasgow and England.

In this module, Dr Lee Walker discusses his knowledge and application when it comes to injection anatomy along with the strategies that he uses. Injection anatomy is the anatomy related to the facial layers but also to where the tip of the needle is relative to the tissue planes.