Dr. Adolfo Panfili
President of International Association of Orthomolecular Medicine, Dr. Prof. Adolfo Panfili is going to be one of the speakers at “World Changers Summit 2023” an event that will bring together international leaders and entrepreneurs from all over the world from the fields of biohacking, advanced medicine, robotic, wellness, et cetera.
Prof. Panfilan is an orthopedic surgeon with a very long international curriculum. He is the founder and he president of AIMO, the International Association of Orthomolecular Medicine. He was a pupil of the double Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling, inventor of orthomolecular medicine. Also, he has revisited and expanded this science by merging it with other sciences and techniques, including the use of the Stromal Vascular Fraction.
He is Deputy Rector for International Relations as well as Dean of the Magistral Faculty of Orthomolecular Sciences at the Popular University of Milan; the first to have carried out minimally invasive robotic orthopedic surgery in Italy with the Mazor system; the trainer and Proctor of Dtrax, a minimally invasive system of posterior cervical fusion and distraction; the director of several high-tech minimally invasive spine surgery centers, both NHS and non-NHS accredited; the founder and director of the first Italian Center for Minimally Invasive Spine Robotic Surgery and one of the most eminent members of robotic surgery at the “International Academy for Robotic Spine Surgery.”
Prof. Panfili has been treating vertebrae, posture, and nutrition in close synergy since the beginning of his thirty-year professional activity, both from a surgical and manipulative point of view, being among other things the first orthopedic surgeon in Europe to graduate in Best Chiropractic with Prof. Ted Morter, one of the best chiropractors in the world, of which he was the best European student.
He is currently a pioneer in the use and application of the stromal vascular fraction in the field of well-being, anti-aging, and longevity, with particular reference to orthopedics, the spine, and the cervical spine, and the aspect of cartilage damage for the prevention of degenerative diseases of the hips, knees, and intervertebral discs.