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Limited edition

Aesthetic Medicine and Integrative Medicine.

Filling the gap.


SEP 16/17



Aesthetic Medicine, born as a response to the increasing demand for prevention and treatment of skin blemishes, which inevitably cause psychological discomfort even when minimal, has finally found its identity within the panorama of various medical disciplines. Today, in fact, Aesthetic Medicine is widely recognized as a branch of Internal Medicine that, often starting from a skin blemish, broadens its preventive or therapeutic objectives, encompassing people's overall health at 360 degrees.

In this scenario, almost unconsciously, Aesthetic Medicine has begun to share the objectives of Integrative Medicine: to allow everyone to achieve or recover a global condition of optimal well-being, even when lost due to a simple skin imperfection.


Based on these assumptions, the International Congress of Integrative Medicine (CIMI), in its CIMI IN TOUR-LIMITED EDITION version, after the recent success in Brazil ("Back to the future", Uberlandia, 19 and 20 November 2022), arrives in Italy, on 16 and 17 September 2023, for the key event "Integrative Medicine and Aesthetic Medicine. Filling the gap”.


The purpose of the congress is to open a dialogue window between those doctors and those dentists who, carrying out their activity in the field of aesthetic medicine, on the one hand, and of integrative medicine, on the other, in fact, do not always have the concrete possibility of exchanging their personal experiences, thus losing extraordinary opportunities for mutual enrichment.


Just to fill this gap, “Integrative Medicine and Aesthetic Medicine. Filling the gap.” intends to solicit a serious debate, based on evidence-based medicine, so that doctors and dentists, reflecting on the uniqueness of the human being, can offer, through common paths, "new personalized and sustainable opportunities for health, well-being and happiness" (CIMI, Uberlândia, 2019).


In compliance with these objectives, the non-secondary purpose of the congress is to strengthen cultural relations between Italy, Brazil and Japan, in continuity with the very recent event "Applications of ancient medicine, energy medicine, integrative medicine in the present world", organized by our staff and held on 21 June 2023 in Tokyo.


Italy, Brazil and Japan are countries bound together by now centuries-old ties of friendship. Even before the unification of Italy, it was an Italian duchy, the Duchy of Parma, that recognized the independence of Brazil in 1826, just 4 years after its separation from Portugal. Bilateral relations between Japan and Italy formally began a few decades later (on August 25, 1866), but the first contacts between the two countries date back at least to the 16th century, when the first Japanese mission to Europe arrived in Rome in 1585 led by Itō Mancio.


According to recent estimates, around 31 million Brazilians claimed to have Italian ancestry (about 15% of the population). This data places the current Italian-Brazilian population, with the resident in São Paulo at the top, as the most numerous in the world among those of Italian origin. Different, but no less important, in proportion, the data relating to the relationship between Italy and Japan, with twice as many Japanese residing in Italy as compared to Italians residing in Japan (2016-2017 data).


Beyond these numbers, over time, the bonds of friendship between these 3 great countries have strengthened thanks not only to the progress of cultural exchanges but also to the ever-widening opening of commercial channels, where the "made in Italy" has undoubtedly played a cementing role. Today, Italy, Brazil and Japan are in healthy competition for the development of wellness services and products that cover areas common to aesthetic medicine and integrative medicine, such as cosmetics, nutraceuticals, electromedicine, and cutting-edge molecular diagnostics. On this basis, “Integrative Medicine and Aesthetic Medicine. Filling the gap.” intends to offer participants a broad showcase on the most up-to-date solutions, in the preventive, therapeutic and diagnostic fields, which these 3 large countries offer today to doctors and dentists, to reduce the gap between aesthetic medicine and integrative medicine, all in favor of the well-being of the person in his uniqueness.


And to enhance and exalt this common priceless heritage of values, mixed with friendship and sympathy, we could only choose the heart of the Eternal City: ROME!

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The Congress “Integrative Medicine and Aesthetic Medicine. Filling the gap.” it will take place on 16 and 17 September 2023 in Rome, Italy, in the halls of the NH HOTEL ROMA CENTRO, Via dei Gracchi 324. Large and comfortable rooms, excellent cuisine. A location in the heart of ROME, a few hundred meters from the fascinating structures that make the Italian capital famous throughout the world: Vatican, Castel Sant'Angelo, Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, etc. In any case, just 200 meters from the Hotel, it is possible to access the LEPANTO station which allows you to enter, via line A, the reliable city metropolitan service. The Roman underground network connects the whole city, including the main railway station, ROMA TERMINI. You can reach the famous Colosseum, the VATICAN MUSEUMS, the PANTHEON, the ROMAN FORUM and much more in journeys not exceeding 30 minutes.


The ROMA TERMINI station, in turn, is connected to the terminal of the ROMA FIUMICINO intercontinental airport through the LEONARDO EXPRESS shuttle system (journey time 32 minutes). From ROME FIUMICINO airport (or from CIAMPINO airport) you can reach all the main Italian cities, with average journey times around 60 minutes.


Furthermore, the ROMA TERMINI station is conveniently connected through the HIGH SPEED railway system (managed by the carriers TRENITALIA and ITALO) with all the main Italian cities (with speeds of up to 300 km/hour): NAPLES (1h), FLORENCE (1h 30 min), MILAN (3h), and VENICE (4h); all the comfortable and safe trains of the HIGH SPEED railway system have an excellent on-board refreshment service. From NAPLES, in particular, you can reach the archaeological city of POMPEI (which came to light thanks to the excavations, after having been completely buried by the eruption of the Vesuvius volcano, in 79 after Christ), Sorrento, Amalfi, Positano, and the island of Capri (famous, among other things, for the FARAGLIONI and the BLUE GROTTO).


Finally, from the ROMA TERMINI station you can reach the main ports (CIVITAVECCHIA and NAPLES) for embarkation towards Italian coastal and island areas (Capri, Sicily, Sardinia).


For public transport, the point of reference is the main railway station of ROME, in the heart of the city, ROMA TERMINI, from which trains leave for all Italian destinations. From the underground floors of the station you can access the two underground lines A and B, which connect almost all the districts of the city. To reach the congress venue, choose line A, DIRECTION BATTISTINI, and GET OFF AT THE FIFTH STOP, “LEPANTO”; the NH hotel is only 200 meters away. Alternatively, from the square in front of the TERMINI railway station you can choose the urban taxi service. ROME does not have an efficient UBER system but offers a series of alternative services, including CAR SHARING and RENT A CAR (if you have a driving license recognized by the Italian authorities).


If you arrive in ROME by landing at the ROME FIUMICINO international airport, we suggest that you go to the railway terminal of the airport itself (on foot, using a system of moving walkways) and choose the LEONARDO EXPRESS train among the various options. In just 32 minutes, with a cost of 14 euros per person, without intermediate stops, you can easily reach the central railway station of ROME, ROMA TERMINI.


CIMI speakers were carefully selected from a list of Italian, Brazilian and Japanese candidates, for their recognized and documented professional value in the area of aesthetic medicine and integrative medicine. Everyone will make their contribution not only by providing the state of the art, but also outlining perspectives for the future from a multidisciplinary perspective. The reports will be interspersed with two round tables, which will expand the audience of speakers and enrich the content under discussion.


Our program for CIMI 2023 is constantly evolving. So follow here the news and frequent changes.

    SEPTEMBER 16th, 2023. OPENING CEREMONY 09:00 – 09:20 Eugenio Luigi Iorio and Clarissa Aires De Oliveira. OPENING KEYNOTE LECTURES Chairman. Massimo Fioranelli. 09:20 – 09:40 Integrative Medicine and Aesthetic Medicine. State of the art and future perspectives. Eugenio Luigi Iorio. Medical Doctor. Post-graduated in Biochemistry and Clinical Chemistry, PhD in Biochemical Sciences. President of the International Observatory of Oxidative Stress. Salerno (Italy). 09:40 – 10:00 The Integrative Medicine approach in Brazil. The experience of "CLINICA CONCEITO SAÚDE". Clarissa Aires de Oliveira. Medical Doctor. Post-graduated in Anesthesiology and Oncology. PhD candidate in Genetics and Biochemistry. Owner and medical director of the “Conceito Saúde” Clinic. Uberlandia, Minas Gerais (Brazil). 10:00 – 10:20 Association between traditional Japanese medicine (SOIGAKU) and oxidative stress markers. Yasuhiro Seki. Master in Sports Medical Sciences. Waseda University, Graduate School of Sports Science. Tokyo (Japan). 10:20 – 10:40 Adipocytes in the dermis: possible biological role. Andrea Sbarbati. Medical Doctor. Full Professor. University of Verona. Verona (Italy). 10:40 – 11:00 Adiposity and aesthetics beyond aesthetics. Sheila Veronese. Electronic Engineer, specialized in Bioengineering. University of Verona. Department of Neuroscience, Biomedicine and Movement. Verona (Italy). COFFEE BREAK 11:00 – 11:20 MORNING HIGHLIGHTS 11:20 – 13:00 Chairmen: Eugenio Luigi Iorio and Clarissa Aires De Oliveira. The dark side of the beauty. Acylina Falavinha Barros. Medical Doctor. Post-graduated in Functional Medicine and Nutriendocrinology. World Academy of Integrative Medicine (WACIM). Ponta Grossa, Paraná (Brazil). Wavelength and photo conversion: miscellaneous or compatibility? Melania Battistella. Medical Doctor. Second Level Master in Aesthetic Surgery. Padova (Italia). Use of diode laser in facial and body rejuvenation. Luciano Moreira Esteves. Medical Doctor. Post-graduated in Plastic Surgery and in Integrative Medicine. World Academy of Integrative Medicine (WACIM). Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). “BRA” invisible mammoplasty ant its association with integrative practices. Heal Brein. Medical Doctor. Post-graduated in General Surgery, in Plastic Surgery and in Integrative Medicine. Uberlandia, Minas Gerais (Brazil). Which factor is more relevant regarding longevity? Fernanda Amaro Pizzarro. Medical Doctor. Post-graduated in Advanced Aesthetic Medicine. Sao Josè do Rio Preto, São Paulo (Brazil). Emuntorial drainage, beauty, and longevity. Giovanni Canora. Dietitian. Co-founder of the UNESCO SALERNO Chair. Scientific Director of the SIMPLICIA Project. Salerno (Italy). Integrative Medicine in the treatment of autoimmune diseases. Mental and energetic approach, dietary intervention, and nutraceutical supplementation. Manoel de Araujo Rocha Filho. Medical Doctor. Post-graduated in Urology and in Integrative Medicine. World Academy of Integrative Medicine (WACIM). Goias, Goiania (Brazil). Vitamin C. A short critical analysis of its properties. Luciana Ribeiro Aguiar. Medical Doctor. World Academy of Integrative Medicine (WACIM). Brazil. LUNCH TIME 13:00 – 14:20 INTERMEDIATE KEYNOTE LECTURES Chairman: Eugenio Luigi Iorio and Salvatore Di Somma. 14:20 – 14:40 The islands of longevity: the healthy aging secrets of Okinawa and Hawaii. Donald Craig Willcox. Professor of Public Health Sciences and Gerontology at Okinawa International University, Visiting/Adjunct Professor of Geriatric Medicine at the University of Hawaii and Co-Director and Chief of Research of the Okinawa Research Center for Longevity Sciences. Okinawa (Japan). 14:40 – 15:00 Geroprotective monoterpenes: peryl alcohol and its pro-drug, d-limonene. Patrizia D'Alessio. Medical Doctor. PhD. PrDr. University René DESCARTES Paris 5 France. University Paris-Sud-11 France. Head of ISOAD Chapter France. Genopole Entreprises EVRY France. France. 15:00 – 15:20 Localized adiposity. Roberto Amore. Medical Doctor. Post-graduated in Surgery. Master in Aesthetic Medicine. University of Chieti (Italy). 15:20 – 15:40 Cellulite, lipoedema, and lymphedema. News from the research. Domenico Amuso. Medical Doctor. Post-graduate in Surgery and Sport Medicine. Master in Aesthetic Medicine. University of Chieti (Italy). 15:40 – 16:00 Cellulite and periodontitis. Antonio Scarano. Medical Doctor. Full Professor. University of Chieti (Italy). 16:00 – 16:20 The submerged eden. Giovanni Scapagnini. Medical Doctor. Post-graduated in Biochemistry and Clinical Chemistry. Full Professor. University of Molise. Campobasso (Italy). 16:20 – 16:40 COFFEE BREAK ROUND TABLE Beauty, well-being, and fragility. Shortening distances is possible. Introduced by Eugenio Luigi Iorio. Luigi Cuozzo and Clarissa Aires de Oliveira coordinate. Contributions of Ornella Penazzo, Silvia Poiata, Mihaela Popati, Carolina Ambra Redaelli e Maria Giovanna Santucci. With the extraordinary participation of Regina Schrecker, Fashion Designer and Lady Universe 1971, Pop Art icon for her portraits painted by Andy Warhol. AFTERNOON HIGHLIGHTS 17:20 – 18:30 Chairmen: Clarissa Aires De Oliveira, Domenico Amuso and Luigi Cuozzo. Interdisciplinary approach in modern dentistry: integrated innovations. Thiago Avelar. Dentist. Post-graduated in Dentistry and Oral Rehabilitation. World Academy of Integrative Medicine (WACIM). Sao Paolo (Brazil). Clinical applications of ozone therapy in integrative and aesthetic dentistry. Magda Siqueira. Dentist. Post-graduated in Endodontology. World Academy of Integrative Medicine (WACIM). San Paolo (Brazil). Treatment of temporo-mandibular dysfunction and trismus in the concept of oral biocybernetics and integrative medicine with a case report. Rose Meire. Dentist. World Academy of Integrative Medicine (WACIM). Brazil. Oral Premature Aging Syndrome. Leliene Suely Rodrigues Pereira. Dentist. World Academy of Integrative Medicine (WACIM). Brazil. Teeth as inflammation markers. Elizangela Parron. Dentist. Post-graduated in Biological Odontology and Integrative Health. Sao Paolo (Brazil). Endodontic Medicine: the bidirectional relationship between endodontic infections and systemic diseases. Camilla Christian Gomes Moura. Dentist. Professor at the Federal University. Uberlandia, Minas Gerais. Uberlandia, Minas Gerais (Brazil). Innovative and personalized therapy for the treatment of inflammation, persistent overweight and abdominal obesity in people over 40. Carmelo Rizzo. Medical Doctor. Director of the master’s degree in clinical nutrition at the UNICUSANO Telematic University. President of the International Academy of Clinical Nutrition (A.I.Nu.C). Rome (Italy). Integrative medicine as basis for life and aesthetics. Dr. Tallita Tauscheck, Physician. Postgraduate degree in Nutrology and Integrative Medicine. Owner and director of Taus Clinic - Medicine & Integrative Health. WACIM Member - administrative board (current). Curitiba, Paraná (Brazil). FINAL KEYNOTE LECTURE 18:30 – 18:50 Relation between human metabolic complexity and universal intelligence. Fábio Gabas. Medical Doctor. Director of the International Relations of World Academy of Integrative Medicine (WACIM). São Paulo (Brazil). CLOSING CEREMONY 18:50 – 19:00 Eugenio Luigi Iorio, Clarissa Aires de Oliveira, and Domenico Amuso. POSTER OPEN SESSION 15:00 – 19:00 Integrative Medical Approach in Genetic Mutation - STAT5B Dr. João Luís de G. Paul Medical Doctor. Associated Professor. Federal University of Uberlandia. Faculty of Odontology. Uberlândia, Mina Gerais (Brazil). Effects of oxygen propulsion therapy on facial rejuvenation and aesthetics. Vitoria Faria. FATRA University Medical School, Uberlandia. Uberlândia, Mina Gerais (Brazil). GALA DINNER 20:30 – 22:30 SEPTEMBER 17th, 2023. WORKSHOP SESSION The science meets the business. 09:00 – 09:30 Beauty from inside. Antioxidants and nutrients for beauty that comes from within. Chiara Balducci. Biologist, PhD. Nutraceutical Scientific Informant. Solgar Italy Scientific Board. WITH THE SUPPORT OF SOLGAR ITALIA MULTINUTRIENT S.p.A. PADOVA (ITALIA). 09:30 – 10:00 The measurement of oxidative stress in clinical practice through the FRAS system. Gabriele Callegari. Presidente H&D s.r.l. WITH THE SUPPORT OF H&D s.r.l., PARMA (ITALIA). 10:00 – 10:30 MODULA FLE: your skin in a new light. Giuseppe Caci. Sales Manager ITALIA NIMA GROUP s.r.l. WITH THE SUPPORT OF WAVEMED. SAN CESAREO (ROMA, ITALIA) 10:30 – 11:00 Well-being and quality of life of the patient under oncological therapy. Carolina Ambra Redaelli. Medical Doctor. Master in Aesthetic Medicine. President of The Professional Association of Aesthetic Oncology (APEO). Managing Medical Doctor of “Wellness space” of the European Oncological Institute (IEO). Research and Development Director of Dermophisiologique. WITH THE SUPPORT OF DERMOPHISIOLOGIQUE. BOLLATE (MILANO, ITALIA) 11:00 – 11:30 A global approach for full face rejuvenation. Tiziana Manenti. Medico Chirurgo. Odonotoiatra. Master in Medicina Estetica. WITH THE SUPPORT OF LOVE COSMEDICAL SRLS. CASTAGNETO CARDUCCI (LIVORNO, ITALY) 11:30 – 12:00 Biostimulation. A not so easy treatment. Domenico Amuso Medical Doctor. Post-graduate in Surgery and Sport Medicine. Master in Aesthetic Medicine. University of Chieti (Italy) And Mario Marchetti. Pharmacist. Teacher at the Università degli Studi Tor Vergata, Rome (Italy). WITH THE SUPPORT OF ITALFARMACIA. ROMA (ITALIA). 12:00 – 13:00 SYMPOSIUM Wine, beauty, and health: from the French paradox to the discovery of resveratrol. The Pinot Noir from Oltrepò Pavese. Scientific meeting with wine tasting Eugenio Luigi Iorio and Patrizia Torti WITH THE SUPPORT OF AZIENDA VINICOLA TORTI “L’ELEGANZA DEL VINO”. MONTECALVO VERSIGGIA (PAVIA, ITALY)


The congress is intended for doctors and dentists. However, other professionals working in the field of aesthetic medicine and integrative medicine can participate, upon request and with the prior authorization of the organizers.


The official language is English. There is no translation service.


The program will be divided into two main moments. The first moment, more strictly academic, will take place on Saturday 16 September 2023 and will last the whole day. To streamline the development of the work and encourage compliance of the participants, the reports will alternate with two round tables. The second moment, more practical, will take place on Sunday 17, from 9 to 13; we have carefully selected 8 companies that will be invited to present their services/products in as many interventions, each lasting 30 minutes.


Foreign citizens (Brazilian and Japanese) who will participate in any form in the event and who do not plan to stay in Italy for more than 90 days do not need any particular visa. In the event of health problems during their stay in Italy, they can take advantage of urgent and elective health services upon payment of the relative regional tariffs. We invite you to consult the government website for further details []. However, health coverage through a specific insurance formula is suggested. A valid credit card and the activation of a telephone card are essential (main Italian networks with good national coverage: TIM and VODAFONE).


For contacts: U.P.A.I.Nu.C. Srls



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