Body Clinic is pleased to welcome Doctor Renny Margaretta - new on staff February 2012.
Dr Renny graduated from Sriwijaya University in Palembang, South Sumatera as a medical doctor in 2007. For 6 years from 2001 during her medical training, she held the role of reserve member and then trainer for the Palembang Emergency Rescue Brigade.
She has clinical and hospital experience in Indonesia and Malaysia including charge duties as a practitioner of general medicine in both settings. She gained specialist qualifications and has 2 years experience in esthetic medicine with a focus on restorative and regenerative procedures and is skilled in such areas as
She subsequently gained qualifications from Tropicana Medical Center in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, where she also worked, specializing in stem cell technology for treatment of infertility.
Dr Renny has continuing education certificates in advanced trauma life support, ECG MRI and ultrasound interpretation, management of hypertension, cardiovascular, orthopedic and hematological disease, management of H1N1 (avian influenza).
She is a very personable, caring, thorough and committed doctor fluent in English and Indonesian.
Dr Renny is married with 1 child – a 6 month old baby – and is interested in helping families manage their health.
Dr Renny is very keen to use her experience in esthetic medicine to support delivery of Body Clinic’s renowned nutrition and especially weight loss services.
If you would like to book an appointment with Dr Renny for you or your family, call our recptionist on 021-72783827.
Dr Renny can also be booked FREE OF CHARGE to present information on the SKINNY WORLD weight loss program at your arisan, office or party, so call us today!
Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis (HTMA)
HTMA is an analytical test that measures the mineral content of hair. It is regarded by many doctors, naturopaths and nutritional therapists as one of the most valuable screening tools available.
Hair is made up of mostly dead keratinized cells fused together. The shaft of the hair is the portion that projects from the skin surface. The root of the hair, below the skin surface, contains living matrix cells from which the hair grows. Matrix cells depend on the blood supply for nourishment and growth. As hair is being formed, prior to extrusion from the scalp, it is exposed to the blood, lymph, and intracellular fluids. During this time it accumulates constituents present in this internal environment, particularly minerals and trace elements. As they grow and divide, minerals are keratinized into the growing hair shaft, creating a permanent record of metabolic activity and exposure to toxic elements.
Mineral concentrations in the hair can provide a reliable indicator of mineral stores in the whole body. If your health, diet or environment has created a mineral imbalance or toxic mineral excess, it will be recorded in the hair shaft. Research has shown that hair mineral levels reflect stored mineral levels in other body tissues.
HTMA is non-invasive. It can highlight potential health problems and help you treat them through a nutritional program designed to meet your individual health needs.