The International Association of Aesthetic Gynaecology and Sexual Wellbeing's (IAAGSW) first conference will take place this year on October 27-28 at the Royal Society of Medicine, London.
The congress will provide the opportunity for professionals from all over the world to come together to share their knowledge as well as learn about new technique and advancements in sexual aesthetics.
"Whilst working in this profession for the last few years I became aware that there is no such conference in Europe that concentrates on this area and I have seen that there is really a need for it," said chair of the conference and founder of the IAAGSW, Dr Sherif Wakil, adding,
"A lot of practitioners are becoming interested in non-surgical sexual rejuvenation. This is first congress of its kind in the UK and the world because it incorporates both male and female sexual solutions as well as regenerative medicine and bioidentical hormones all under one umbrella, so we hope that we can help share information and allow others to offer these treatments to their patients."
According to Dr Wakil, the conference will have four agendas over the two days; on the first day delegates will learn about aesthetic gynaecology in the female sexual rejuvenation agenda, where speakers will also take part in a debate about new non-surgical rejuvenation devices and technologies.
Speakers will also share developments in regenerative medicine for male and female sexual rejuvenation, which will include treatments such as platelet rich plasma, stem cells and nano fat.
On the second day, male sexual rejuvenation and bioidentical hormones will be on the agenda. In the bioidentical hormones talk, there will be discussion on how to factor in the concern of hormone imbalances alongside treatment.
As well as Dr Wakil, other speakers will include gynaecologist and vice president Dr Ahmed Ismail and consultant cosmetic surgeon and secretary general Mr Paul Banwell.
Following the conference, delegates will also have the option to attend a bioidentical hormone workshop on October 29, which will include talks from a Beverly Hills regenerative medicine specialist Dr Fouad Ghaly and Dr Theodore Achacoso from Washington DC. They will provide hands on teaching on how to treat patients using bioidentical hormones and how to incorporate them into their practice.