New Delhi: Skin –deep cosmetic makeover may soon be passé. Health and good looks is all set to become profound and deep seated, thanks to stem cell therapy, also named regenerative medicine.
Cosmo Stem, regenerative aesthetic medicine Institute, which opened this month in Delhi’s posh locale Greater Kailash-1, promises to take care of health and aesthetic woes of Delhites raring to put the clock of age back. That Stem Cells, abundantly nestled in our body, have immense capacity to regenerate organs damaged by wear and tear of ageing and to make up for deficiencies in features, is slowly but surely sinking in, what with success stories multiplying by the day.
The unique selling point (USP) of Cosmo Stem is that it will run under the mentorship of none other than ace Stem Cell specialist Dr Prabhu Mishra. If you feel you are an unfinished work of art by God the Almighty, this Prabhu will surely fill the gaps by stem cells God has endowed you with.
Cosmo Stem was unveiled in the Park Hotel on January 21 by Ankita Mohapatra, winner of Femina Miss India East along with sub- titles Most Beautiful Skin and Most Beautiful Smile. She being daughter to a doctor mother is well aware of the immense possibility of stem cells in body rejuvenation, healthily and aesthetically.
Talking to Medicare News, Dr Prabhu Mishra, founder of Anti ageing foundation of India and also of StemGenn Therapeutics, said, ‘Regenerative Aesthetic Medicine is though a new field, it is fast expanding its frontiers to include treatment for all kinds of metabolic, autoimmune and lifestyle and aesthetic disorders. CosmoStem would also provide researchers, scientists, doctors, dermats and nutritionists an opportunity to hone their skills in regenerative aesthetic medicine through hands-on training and certificates courses. Our vision is to create a better and healthy world with cellular therapies and regenerative medicines. We aim at leveraging the benefits of cell therapy for good health and anti-aging benefits.’
CosmoStem offers a wide range of regenerative aesthetic procedures for G-Spot augmentation, Urinary Stress Incontinence, Botox Filler Peels, Keto Diet, Laser and RF, Adipose Tissue Processing, PRP in Infertility, Cosmetic Gynaecology, PRP Liposuction and Body Contouring. In regenerative aesthetic therapy, stem cells derived from the patient’s, own blood, bone marrow or adipose tissue is administered to rejuvenate body tissues/cells.
The Institute will offer training module on Metabolic Nutrition Functional and Integrative Medicine; Anti-Ageing and Aesthetics, Stem cell and Regenerative Medicine and Non-Invasive Cosmetic Gynaecology. The courses have been developed by scientists and clinicians with the aim of advancing research and therapeutics in Regenerative Aesthetic Medicine. There are different courses one can take up. Their duration varies from 2 days to 6 months and the cost from Rs 25,000 – Rs 3, 50,000. The institute also has provision for short and long term internships.
The occasion was also marked by the launch of a health magazine named ME, which is billed as being bible of stem cell therapeutics.