The DNA Center for Integrative Medicine & Wellness on Saadiyat Island will participate in the Arabian Travel Market 2014 due to be held in Dubai in May 5-8.
“We will be there because this is a very important event for the tourism and hospitality sector…we will highlight our services to the delegates at this meeting and show that Abu Dhabi has become a major destination in this regard,” The Center’s CEO, Dr. Nasim Ashraf said.
He said the Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority is keen to see all its partners are involved in such events to serve the emirate’s efforts in promoting tourism, especially medical tourism.
He noted the UAE and other countries in the region have become a key target of global tourists and visitors, adding that this was reflected in the UAE by a large increase in tourists.
He said participating in ATM under ADTCA umbrella would allow DNA centre to present its services and discuss new partnerships.
He disclosed that DNA centre has recently opened a specialized energy clinic employing old Japanese medicine to stimulate human body, ease pain and reduce depression. Another section was launched for slowing biological senility.