CosmeSurge opens Anti-aging unit, host first session on diabesity and how to combat it
The event will provide a platform to trigger discussions regarding diabetes, obesity and its side effects
Dubai, UAE, 19 September 2019
CosmeSurge, one of the region’s most trusted brands for cosmetic and aesthetic procedures will soon be opening an antiaging unit dedicated to maintaining and promoting the well-being, health and aesthetic appearance of patients based on three main pillars which are integrative medicine, wellbeing of men & women and aesthetic anti-aging.
The unit aims to address all these factors and in an attempt to further focus on an individual’s overall wellbeing, will be hosting the ‘Dubai 4 Week Diabesity Cure,’ to shed light on weight and diabetes management and the lifestyle to be adapted to better one’s health.
NMC Health’s Chief Operating Officer Michael Davis said “We are excited to launch our new unit focusing on Anti-aging and Integrative Medicine, overseen by healthcare professionals who will focus on helping individuals who seek advice on how to successfully combat factors that lead to aging; particularly an unhealthy or sedentary lifestyle. This is something we at CosmeSurge and NMC are passionate about and I’m proud we are taking this first step forward.”
The keynote speaker for the event will be Dr Graham Simpson, author and creator of the ‘4 Week Diabesity cure,’ who has dedicated his life’s work to researching and understanding the major cause of the disease and developing a cure for them. His research has helped him develop an “INTEGRAL,” model that recognises the eight root causes of diabetes. The model has been implemented using AI, real-time mobile technology, medically supervised, with trained doctors and health coaches to guide clients through the program. His approach also moves clients away from reactive disease medicine towards proactive (4P) Medicine i.e. personalised, predictive, preventive and participatory focused activities for extending both the clients health-span and lifespan.
Overtime it has been observed that the leading cause of diabesity is the diet adopted by most individuals which is predominately insulin resistant, that involves consuming processed foods loaded with excess sugar, grains and adulterated vegetable oils.
“With increase in insulin levels, the tendency to consume more food increases, thus increasing fat around the stomach, causing inflammation and thus cause other diseases to trigger.
Approximately 80 percent of all diseases worldwide, be it heart disease, cancer, stroke, fatty liver, Alzheimer’s and kidney diseases are due to this insulin resistance and need to be treated before they turn fatal,” said Dr Simpson.
Dr Simpson along with other experts in the field spoke to the attendees about how to reverse the disease in a few months, which includes supplementing it with a well-formulated keto diet, intermittent fasting, along with some continuous glucose monitoring (CGM).
Founded in 2002, CosmeSurge is one of the region’s most trusted brands for cosmetic procedures. CosmeSurge offers modern, high quality dermatology and plastic surgery treatments, and dentistry, at fourteen clinics in the GCC.
The clinics are staffed by highly qualified plastic surgeons, dermatologists and aestheticians.
At its state-of-the-art facilities, CosmeSurge provides the highest level of clinical care and service and the full range of cosmetic and dermatology services, with over sixty cosmetic treatments for different areas of the body.
CosmeSurge’s clinics in the UAE are in Dubai, Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Ras Al Khaimah, Ruwais and Fujairah. CosmeSurge also has a clinic in Muscat, Oman, and one on London’s Harley Street; and it is forging partnerships with leading experts in Los Angeles and other overseas cities.
CosmeSurge is a part of NMC Health Plc. – the largest private sector healthcare provider in the region and the 3rd largest globally. With a worldwide network of over 200 healthcare facilities, NMC has earned the trust of millions and continues to serve communities across 19 countries with its bench-strength comprising of 2000 doctors and 20000 other staff members.