La Semal is celebrating its 20-year commitment to promoting anti-aging medicine
During these two decades, Anti Aging has established itself as a way of life with personalized treatments based on scientific experience and increasingly effective.
MADRID, September 30 (EUROPA PRESS) –
La Semal (the Spanish Society of Anti-Aging and Longevity Medicine) is celebrating its XX International Congress these days with more than a hundred speakers from all over the world. Experts will present the progress that has been made in the world in the various disciplines related to anti-aging medicine in recent months, so that the international community knows about them and can gradually include them in consultations and transfer them to patients.
The president of Semal, the surgeon José Serres, emphasized the society’s satisfaction in celebrating these two decades promoting anti-aging medicine from Spain. “Semal is one of the most prestigious societies with the largest number of members in Europe, as well as a non-profit scientific society”.
“Our activity and our congresses put us at a high level in the international ranking, led by the USA, the country where this type of medicine is most developed. They were the pioneers back in the 1990s,” he said.
During these two decades, it has demonstrated its solidity as a society and established its prestige, as the most prominent and prestigious scientists, researchers and doctors in this well-established medical discipline have passed through its congresses.
The congress will analyze the progress made in these 20 years, in which anti-aging medicine experienced a remarkable boom and directed its steps towards a type of highly specialized and evidence-based medicine. Along with medication, nutritional supplements, and hormone modulation, a more slowly rejuvenating lifestyle is essential, including managing stress, eating less, staying physically and mentally active, and enjoying restful sleep. One of the tables at the congress will analyze the past, present and future of anti-aging medicine in Spain and will pay tribute to how much it has contributed in these two decades at the beginning of the century.
The courses and seminars of the XX Congress took place this Thursday at the Madrid College of Physicians and included, among others, the participation of Dr. Dalle, who addressed current clinical practice in antiaging medicine, and Dr. Hertog, who presented his experience with hormonal treatment.
This Friday, in parallel with the sessions on anti-aging medicine and aesthetic medicine, an international symposium on gynecology will be held in coordination with the Spanish Society of Regenerative and Functional Aesthetic Gynecology (Segerf). It will respond to the rise of rejuvenation procedures and advances in intimate pathologies and show the latest techniques to achieve them. This is an unprecedented course in Spain, a monograph on the female clitoris, the great unknown.
The opening of the congress will take place this Friday at the Hotel Riu Plaza de España, a forum in which more than a hundred experts from all over the world will participate, not only in the field of anti-aging medicine, but also in aesthetic medicine.
On a scientific level, the importance of keeping our arteries young, the health of the gut with the care of the microbiota and the genetic influence on the way we age will be analyzed.
Another expected topic is that of chronomedicine and aging: how sleep biorhythms affect health and are a very important factor in not accelerating aging. The role of stem cells, exosomes and regenerative medicine.
If there is one outstanding finding in these two decades, it is the personalization of treatments. They must be adapted to each person and take into account their genetic background, lifestyle and circumstances. Together with the clinical part, the mental aspect, the life attitude of the patients is analyzed.
Aesthetics is the great ally of Anti Aging because it helps patients feel and look better. During the congress, among others, advances in Chronodisruption and diet, the trend towards intermittent fasting, redermalization and fibrin-rich plasma will be shown. Cases of recent complications with hyaluronic and various fillers will be discussed, in addition to analyzing the importance of exosomes and hormones in aesthetics.
The new botulinum toxins will be another topic of debate, along with the evolution that threads have undergone until 2022 and other modern aesthetic treatments that help you feel better and younger.