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Sheikh Ahmed opens clinic in Dubai which is said to ‘reverse human ageing’
Through intense and thorough research, Professor Shai Efrati played a key contributing role
A new era of science officially arrived in Dubai this week – the opening of Aviv Clinics, a clinic which is said to reverse human ageing.
The first Aviv Clinics opened its doors in Florida, USA back in 2020 and has received positive feedback since leading to the inauguration of its Dubai clinic happening.
The clinic was inaugurated by His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority and Chairman and CEO of Emirates Airline and Group, other senior government representatives from a number of UAE Ministries and the newly appointed Consul General for Israel, Ilan Stzulman Starosta all being part of the opening.
As a testament to UAE and Israel’s successful collaboration through the historic Abraham Accords, Aviv Clinics uses a transformative treatment that has scientifically proven to go back in time with any physical and cognitive decline caused by the aging process. Using the Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) with the latest in neuroscience, this unique technology delivered by the clinic makes it the most advanced diagnostic imaging technique for transformation in the world.
Through intense and thorough research, Professor Shai Efrati played a key contributing role, with dedicated assistance from the research team at Sagol School of Neuroscience at Shamir Medical Center in Israel in delivering this unique project here in the Middle East.
Ahmed Bin Sulayem, Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, DMCC, said: “DMCC is home to some of Dubai’s most innovative companies and individuals shaping the future of tomorrow. We are delighted that our Jumeirah Lakes Towers community has been selected as the setting for the world-class Aviv Clinics Dubai.”
The adoption of innovative, smart technologies in healthcare delivery supports the UAE’s vision to become a global hub for cutting-edge innovation in healthcare. With an international team of physicians, physiologists, neuropsychologists, nurses and experts in the process of advancement, this 7,000 square metre facility is all set to break boundaries in the Middle East.
Keeping in line with UAE’s vision for 2021 to be a hub for cutting-edge innovation in several diverse sectors. Awadh Al Ketbi, Director General of the Dubai Health Authority, said “The opening of Aviv Clinics in Dubai adds a new dimension to the advanced, world-class healthcare infrastructure in Dubai and the UAE.