Lipocavitaion is a non-invasive treatment which aids in the reduction of localized fat deposits.
Using ultrasound waves, lipocavitaion is ideal for people seeking fat removal from a specific area such as the hips, thighs, buttocks, stomach or arms and a more contoured shape.
Ultrasonic gel is first applied, then with a hand piece emitting low frequency ultrasound wave into the fat cell. The minute vibrations produce tiny bubbles within the fat cells, disrobing the outer membrance, in turn causing tiny collections of fat to be expelled into the surrounding area. This treatment does not interfere with adjacent structures such as blood vessels and nerves and therefore is completely safe, although for some clients there may be a little discomfort associated with the noise during the treatment.
Several treatments are required and this is dependent on the desired result and the location of the stubborn pockets of fat. We have very attractive packages to assist you with your treatments, some with payment terms. Prices for these packages vary based on your desired outcome and the number of areas you wish to treat. An ideal candidate is someone who is seeking fat removal from a specific area and it is important to maintain a healthy lifestyle with a healthy eating plan and regular exercise to optimize the benefits of the treatment.
What to expert on your first visit.
On your first visit the therapist will run you through how the machine works and check your medical history to ensure you are a candidate for Ultrasound Lipocavitation. The therapist will then discuss which ares a client would like treated and them measurements and photos will be taken of this are for comparison after the treatment. Once "before measurements" and "before photos" are taken for records, the therapist will start the lipocavitation treatment. Generally it's quite a relaxing experice where the machines do all the work while you lay back and relax. This machine does make little bit of noise and a person will feel a gentle warmth as the untrasould takes effect.