Urology Workshop

A Reconstructive Urology Workshop was held on July 20 and 21 at Devang Mehta Auditorium.

Written by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: July 24, 2013 2:53:13 am

A Reconstructive Urology Workshop was held on July 20 and 21 at Devang Mehta Auditorium. The event brought together doctors Alan Morey from the US,Guido Barbagli from Italy and Sanjay Kulkarni from Pune as part of the first Outreach Mission held in India by Society of Genitourinary Reconstructive Surgeons (GURS) under the aegis of Urological Society of India,West Zone Chapter. The main objective of these programmes was to help the needy get free treatment and to enlighten urologists about the latest techniques in Genitourinary Reconstructive Surgery.

Hair Tells

Richfeel Health and Beauty Private Ltd has collaborated with Trace Elements,Inc,USA to introduce a non-invasive hair tissue mineral analysis (HTMA) to detect mineral deficiencies in the human body. Hair provides one of the best media for mineral analysis of the body according to Richfeel. This test,a first of its kind in the country,requires only one gram of hair to detect the state of 37 minerals in the body and give a detailed analysis of these. Based on the HTMA result,doctors at Richfeel will suggest steps such as changes in one’s diet to correct these deficiencies or imbalances.

A Genetic Approach

Unveiling a new concept in fitness,VLCC has introduced DNA FIT,Asia’s first body shaping programme,tailored to the make-up of individual customers. This DNA-based weight-loss programme marks a shift in weight management,as conventional programmes worldwide have so far focussed on indicators such as BMI,BMR and BCA. “Each of us has a unique DNA make-up which determines the propensity to gain or lose weight. It is a custom-fit solution for all those who seek a scientific,individualised weight-loss programme,” says Vandana Luthra,VLCC founder and mentor.

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