So the fat cells actually get smaller?
Yes! Fat cells are significantly reduced in size. This results in substantial body contour improvements. That's what makes Ultrasonic Laser Cavitation such a great target treatment for stubborn spots such as love handles, muffin top and saddlebags. Significant results are seen in just a few treatments.
Where does the fat go?
Ultrasonic Laser Cavitation treatments act to liquefy fats, which are drained through the lymphatic system. The effectiveness of fat drainage during and after treatment is dependent on proper functioning of the lymphatic system, which is responsible for removing waste from the body.
Yes, it is a safe, FDA Approved, comfortable, and non-invasive procedure with virtually no side effects. ... The ultrasound energy is designed to target fatty tissues beneath the skin only, and does not affect the blood vessels, nerves and connective tissues. Ultrasonic Laser Cavitation has been safely employed for more than 30 years in clinics throughout the world. In fact, the initial purpose of low level laser technology was for pain relief and cell regeneration for healing.
Who is NOT a good candidate?
Ultrasonic Laser Cavitation is not suitable for those who are pregnant, breastfeeding, have a kidney disorder, liver disease, poorly controlled diabetes or hypertension; epilepsy, have a pacemaker, have cancer and/or undergoing radiation therapy. It is not for use on children. Please be advised, certain medical conditions may require a doctor's clearance before any services are provided.
Is it painful? Does it hurt?
There is no pain or discomfort during or after the Laser treatment.
Male and female clients have found that those hard to reduce trouble spots, such as love handles, tummy bulge, and saddlebags can be treated quite significantly within just a few treatments. Ultrasonic Laser Cavitation can help you contour and sculpt those places that do not respond to exercise and diet, as well as improve your cellulite and your overall appearance. The Ultrasonic Laser Cavitation helps tighten the skin as fat is lost by stimulating collagen and elastin production. This skin tightening is an important benefit and works well with a weight loss or post surgical program to help prevent saggy skin rolls.
Studies have found that clients who eat a healthy diet and exercise regularly will experience the best Ultrasonic Laser Cavitation results; however, even clients with sluggish metabolism remark that they experience a unique and invigorating ‘body wake up.’
Patients can optimize their results through multiple Ultrasonic Laser Cavitation treatments each of which is immediately followed with 10 minutes of an activity meant to encourage lymphatic drainage. Each Client is encouraged to use our whole body vibration training for 10 minutes immediately following each Ultrasonic Laser Cavitation treatment for just this purpose.
There is not really an "ideal" candidate. The Ultrasonic Laser Cavitation has been shown to be effective on many different body types. The most immediately noticeable results are often shown on individuals who exercise (or have exercised) regularly, are not obese and/or who have localized fat deposits that they cannot get rid of with diet or exercise.
The recommended treatment protocol is once every 5 to 7 days. Some people recommend up to 2 twice per week, but we like to give the liver a rest.
No. After your treatment, there is no requirement for bed rest or reduced activity and you can resume your normal schedule immediately.
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