Training and Education play a prominent role at biolitec®, the leading laser system pioneer for minimally invasive laser therapies. Ever since the company was founded more than 20 years ago, biolitec® has put special emphasis on a well-founded training of physicians. biolitec® maintains very close and long-standing trusting relationships with physicians who use its laser systems and also maintains a close exchange with them in the further development of its lasers and fibers.
biolitec® has set up an interactive information center for doctors in the course of the corona crisis. This is intended to support doctors in keeping themselves up-to-date online and interactively on relevant topics and therapy areas. Above all, participation in online webinars, online workshops or online training courses should enable you to keep up to date with the latest research and development without losing much time.
Who is biolitec®?
biolitec® is one of the world's leading medical technology companies in the field of minimally invasive laser applications. Since 1999, biolitec® has focused primarily on the development of new minimally invasive, gentle laser procedures. The unique LEONARDO® diode laser from biolitec® is the first universally applicable medical laser that has a combination of two wavelengths, 980 and 1470 nm, and can be used across disciplines. The LEONARDO® Mini laser, which weighs only 900 g, was developed especially for mobile applications on site. The laser systems of biolitec® are among the first that were already on the market 20 years ago for the treatment of venous insufficiency. But also in the therapy areas of proctology, urology, orthopedics and many more, the developed laser devices and fibers of biolitec® are characterized by their innovation and progressiveness.
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International Webinar Laser in Phlebology -
The ELVeS® Radial® 2ring Procedure
Wednesday 21st July 2021, 05.00 PM (CEST)
Dr. Thomas K. Weiler, Specialist in Surgery and Vascular Surgery, VeinCenter Pforzheim, Germany