Cosmetic Acupuncture

Alicante: Alicante se convierte en referente de la neuropediatría en Europa Alicante se convierte en referente de la neuropediatría en Europa El Hospital Universitario de Sant Joan acogerá actividades científicas a nivel europeo al renovar el doctor Francisco Carratalá su cargo como miembro en le European Paediatric Neurology Society Alicante se convierte en centro neurálgico de la actividad científica de la neuropediatría en Europa. Una especialidad que se dedica a cuidar a los niños con enfermedades neurológicas. El doctor Francisco Carratalá, neuropediatra del Hospital de Sant Joan d'Alacant, es el primer español que ostenta un cargo en la Sociedad Europea de Neuropediatría, lo que permite que Alicante se posicione, tras su reelección, como miembro de la Junta Directiva. Con el objetivo de favorecer la participación de estos profesionales de la medicina en el ámbito europeo y con la mirada puesta en mantener el nivel científico en proyectos de investigación internacional, junto con la Universidad Miguel Hernández de Elche, Alicante será sede de varios ocursos de formación y congresos de investigación. El doctor Carratalá, no obstante, recuerda que la especialidad de la neuropediatría ha tomado relevancia en los centros de la provincia con actividades investigadoras y asistenciales. Y la provincia se afianza en la formación de estos médicos, se posiciona en el mapa. Al acceder a la Sociedad Europea de Neuropediatría, la ciudad acogerá cursos todos los mayos durante tres años. El cupo de asistentes ya está completo. Participarán neuropediatras provenientes de 80 países. Pero lejos de heroicidades, Francisco Carratalá lo tiene claro: "el mayor reto es cualquier paciente". Pero además, Francisco Carratalá, reivindica el lugar que los profesionales en Alicante nunca han dejado de tener.

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Facial acupuncture involves small, specialized needles that are carefully placed between fine lines, bringing blood flow to hydrate and heal the area. The more stimulation (AKA poking) there is, the more collagen is produced, which leaves the skin looking plumper and firmer than before. Ultimately, a trusted doctor and/or licensed technician should recommend which procedure is right for you and your skin, but here are a few things to keep in mind when considering facial acupuncture. Does facial acupuncture just target wrinkles? While Botox and other injectables like Dysport and Xeomin specifically tackle fine lines and wrinkles, facial acupuncture can also reduce redness and treat cystic acne. “I’m seeing a lot of cystic acne rooted in imbalanced hormones, so I target points directly over the glands that produce hormones in the body, like the Third Eye, where the pineal gland resides,”  Karinn Gallagher , licensed acupuncturist at  Retreat Acupuncture in San Francisco, says. Once blood flow is increased in that area, the body regulates itself and begins the healing process. Which method has longer-lasting results? If you want to see and feel results with the acupuncture method, know that you’ll need to commit to consistent sessions. Gallagher recommends patients have initial sessions twice a week — much more frequently than one using Botox injections — and then scale back once they achieve results to monthly visits. “Facial acupuncture rejuvenation is cumulative and lasts from three to five years after a course of 10 treatments with maintenance, which can be done on a monthly basis,” Gallagher advises. According to  Arash Akhavan , dermatologist and director of The Dermatology & Laser Group  in Manhattan, though, you can see more immediate results with Botox that’ll only last up to four months.

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