Technological advances have made it possible to use low-frequency ultrasound for localized fat reduction in such areas as love handles, abdominal pouch, back fat and jowls just name a few.
Ultrasound gives you a safe low cost high tech non surgical option for your body shape goals. Ultrasound Cavitation is an alternative to liposuction.
How Does It Work
The adipose tissue is specialized in storing energy as fat. It is primarily composed by the lipocytes also known as fat cells. The technique uses low frequency ultrasound. The ultrasound waves are conducted through the skin, penetrate directly into the adipose tissue and break it up into small pieces causing micro-bubbles which turn fat into a liquid substance (this phenomena is called "cavitation"). The liquid is then easily vacuumed out from the body using the lymphatic and urinary system.
When you work out, you have to wait until half an hour for the cavitation to happen, with Ultrasound, it is reached from the first minute of treatment.
Finally, it requires under no circumstances surgery or anesthesia.
How many sessions would I need?
A typical session lasts a maximum of 30 minutes ( 20 minutes of effective ultrasound) depending on the patient and the area treated.
The interval between each session is on average a week.
A total of 3 to 8 sessions on average are necessary in order to achieve the desired results depending on the area treated and the patient.
The Advantage of Ultrasound Slimming
Non invasive treatment
No need for hospitalization nor anesthesia
No scars nor long term marking of the skin
Very little discomfort
Elimination of the fat through a natural process
30 min per session (20 min of effective ultrasound)
Who should not undergo this treatment?
You will NOT be able to start the treatment if any of the below apply:
During menstruation (apply only to abdomen)
Skin infections and diseases
Any other chronic diseases
Heart diseases or pacemakers
Autoimmune diseases, HIV or AIDS
Allergy to applied materials (eg. ceramic)
Severe high blood pressure or circulation problems
Cancer any form any time
Deep vein thrombosis, varicose veins, thyroid, cancer, epilepsy
Hemorrhagic disease, trauma, vascular rupture
Pregnant or breastfeeding
Inflammation of the veins, phlebitis
Intrauterine device avoid abdomen
Liver or kidney disease