Launch of Top End’s first holistic clinic dedicated to men
Australia’s first holistic men’s health clinic will open its flagship practice in the Top End today (Wednesday, October 29, 2014).
Staffed by leading clinicians and allied health professionals, Ageless Men’s Health Clinic (AMHC) is committed to generating positive health and wellbeing outcomes for NT men of all ages.
According to Dr Satbir Aulakh, Anti-Ageing specialist, AMHC, Darwin, the clinic, the first holistic clinic of its kind in the NT, aims to encourage men to seek health advice in order to look, act and feel their very best.
“We’re entering a new age in men’s health care. Men are typically not proactive when it comes to their health, often letting themselves go until serious issues develop.
“The new Ageless Men’s Health Clinics are designed to provide holistic, tailored healthcare treatments and programs to men that target not only diagnosed health issues, but a patient’s entire physical and psychological well-being,” Dr Aulakh said. The AMHCs treatments will be administered by host of clinicians including anti-ageing specialists, cosmetic medicine specialists, urologists and plastic surgeons. Allied health professionals including nurses and psychologists, as well as holistic staff such as beauticians, masseurs and personal trainers will also deliver treatments.
AMHC specialises in treating erectile dysfunction, fat reduction etc. The clinic utilises cutting-edge healthcare technologies, including a unique, non-invasive, low intensity shockwave device that helps reverse ED,and a fat-cell cooling treatment for localised body-sculpting. Tailored protocols, such as the topical medication and PEP Factor system for hair loss, and a detailed biochemical assessment, also support the clinic’s overarching healthcare and well-being regimen tailored to individual patients.
AMHC NT is located at level 6, Mantra Pandanus Hotel, 43 Knuckey Street, Darwin CBD and has access to two gyms, one large plunge pool and a lap pool. An official launch event to be attended by NT doctors will be held at the AMHC premises this evening, from 6-8pm.