35th SEME Congress
Doctors López at the 35th SEME Congress in Malaga

Wide participation of the Doctors López Clinic in the 35th SEME Congress held in Malaga

He concluded the 35th Congress of the Spanish Society of Aesthetic Medicine (SEME), held in Malaga from February 20 to 22, with the active participation of the Doctors López Clinic, both in the presentations and organization, and in the different training sessions given by specialists of great national and international importance. In this way, the work of the Dr. Juan Antonio López-Pitalúa, as a member of the Board of Directors of the SEME, and the work of the Dr. María del Carmen López Marín, as president of the Local Committee of the congress.
Some 1,600 Aesthetic Medicine professionals from all over the State attended the event and the most important and innovative topics in this medical discipline were discussed. Of special interest were the “Clinic on the Move” sessions, where professionals could receive first-hand lessons on techniques and technologies applied to aesthetic medicine from leading international experts.

The Doctors López Clinic in the Media

The Doctors López Clinic occupied a space in the current Congress due to the contributions that both the Dr. María del Carmen López As the Dr. López-Pitalúa they did during these medical and scientific days. He Dr. Lopez pointed out in a report from the SUR of Málaga that “the hair implants give better results in women” and was highlighted in the same newspaper in the column “People and Style” from the journalist Pedro Luis Gomez.

Special impact had the statements of the Dr. López Marín about the need for good use of mobile phones to prevent premature aging, which mainly affects the area around the eyes, chin, arms and ears. Infosalus, from the state agency Europa Press, echoed this information, “Aesthetic doctors recommend good use of cell phones to avoid premature facial and body aging”, and which was replicated in about 15 Spanish media outlets such as La Vanguardia, el Heraldo de Aragón, Noticias de Castiila y León, Málaga al Día, Málaga hoy and specialized press such as Medical Writing or the Psiquiatría.com portal.