IATOR has developed and implements a Quality Management System, which fully meets the requirements of the ISO 9001 international standard.
ISO 9001 is a standard for quality management recognized internationally, which sets the requirements for the development of an effective management system.
Our vision is to consistently and reliably provide our patients with services that meet the agreed quality specifications.
The continuous improvement of the quality of the provided services along with the development of quality management systems, the investments in equipment and technological means, the staffing of the Organization with trained Medical and administrative staff, have established our Unit as one of the most reliable at a European level.
Within the framework of the above Standards IATOR ensures the consistent implementation of the procedures and the observance of our environmental commitments, the operation of a proper hygiene system and the implementation of Medical Protocols in accordance with the current international Medical Scientific Standards.
The certification of IATOR declares our commitment for continuous improvement of our services with consistency and ethos to the requirements of our patients.
American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine A4M
The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine was founded in 1991. It is a non-profit organization that holds several World Conferences annually, each of which hosts more than 26,000 physicians, health professionals and scientists. In addition to the health professionals and physicians attending these Conferences, A4M also hosts more than 600 companies and sponsors, who take the opportunity to network extensively with thousands of participants.
More specifically, the American Academy of Anti-Aging has more than 26,000 members, 85% of which are doctors. The 12% who participate in the conferences are scientists and health professionals. The main medical disciplines that are hosted include General Medicine at a rate of 15%, Endocrinology at a rate of 11%, Plastic Surgery at a rate of 6%. Also, 16% of the participants are Cardiologists and Dermatologists and 2% of them Orthopedics.
The American Academy of Anti-Aging detects, prevents and treats cellular aging, which is associated with various diseases, and attempts to develop methods by which the aging process can be inhibited. The American Academy of Anti-Aging also trains physicians, scientists and members of the public on the biomedical sciences and anti-aging issues.
The American Academy of Anti-Aging believes that the causes of aging are the result of biochemical and hormonal imbalances and deviations from the optimal levels. It also emphasizes that average life expectancy can be increased and the quality of life enhanced, even if the biological age of the individual is increased.
The American Academy of Anti-Aging relies on a thorough analysis of the latest and most advanced clinical knowledge available and utilizes it to propose innovative treatments. The A4M certification at the American Academy of Anti-Aging provides physicians with a comprehensive overview of actual and pathophysiological therapies, through a body and systems approach.
American Metabolic Medical Institute (MMI)
The Metabolic Medical Institute (MMI) was founded in 2014, as part of A4M. It offers specialized medical training to doctors and people practicing various health professions. MMI provides training and certification in sports nutrition and has established Scholarship Programs in Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine, Aesthetic Medicine, Cancer, and Stem Cell Therapies.
The infrastructure of MMI is multilevel and constantly evolving. Various social groups and professors, principals, counselors who participate in MMI and lectures constantly feedback and review the content of the program, in order to ensure that each course and unit has the most up-to-date medical information and protocols.
International Peptide Society
The International Peptide Company is a non-profit group established as an integrative group of professionals, who have the ability to provide the right guidelines for accumulating scientific literature on the action of peptides.
Peptides are complex molecules made up of short chains of between 2 and 50 amino acids and are normally present in our body. Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins. Most peptides found in our body are considered to be products of gene expression.
The International Peptide Society, therefore, is made up of competent professionals who can find the right information to adequately document the fact that peptides can be the basis for the development of treatment protocols. In addition, clear information is provided on the appropriate dosage of peptides, their indications, and whether they have been approved and placed on the pharmaceutical market.
Peptides are vital for a number of physiological processes and can act as therapeutic molecules on their own or form the basis for the synthesis of new drugs. All these facts are of the utmost scientific importance to researchers, who are interested in studying peptides and research how they contribute to the development of new drugs, as well as their biological diversity and mechanisms of action in many diseases.