What is ultrasonic cavitation?
Ultrasonic cavitation uses ultrasonic waves to create vibrations in adipose tissue that destroy adipose cells. Fat cells are resistant to vibration and intracellular lipids (fats) escape into the surrounding fat cells. The lipids are then removed from the system and burned as calories.
The remaining free acids are a product of natural waste that is purified in the body by the lymphatic system.
Ultrasonic Cavitation can be combined with other bodybuilding treatments such as ointment, Exilis Elite and skin firmer for more effective results.
A human touch
During the consultation, you will meet Kate or one of her highly trained professionals, who will make you feel comfortable and relaxed during the consultation process. They listen to your concerns and accompany you with appropriate medical techniques to help you achieve your unique goals.
The team will answer all your questions, explain each treatment in a language you understand, and provide honest and sincere advice on how to redefine your body! It also shows that there are pictures before and after the customer, just like you, so you can really feel how your body is changing.
At the end of the consultation, you will be given a recommended treatment plan and a clear price to consider. Each client’s treatment plan is personal and designed and designed to look and feel good for each individual.
Physical therapists recognize that it can take time to make an informed decision. So if you have any questions or concerns, you may not always have them. The team is interested in helping you reach your potential with award-winning treatment.
What is the treatment of ultrasound cavitation?
This procedure is safer than surgical procedures such as liposuction. Treatment uses ultrasound to break down fat cells and absorb them through the lymphatic system.
This means that recovery is easy. It also means that the results may not be noticeable.
Suitable candidate for ultrasonic cavitation:
- She is in good health
- There is no smoke
- Have realistic expectations
- Up to 15 pounds from target weight
- Ultrasonic cavitation helps to shape the body by focusing on small areas of fat.
There is no ruling on how ultrasonic cavitation works. There is compelling evidence to suggest that this is an effective physiotherapy.
If you are considering this treatment yourself, keep reading to find out everything you need about the costs, side effects, procedures, recovery times, and more.
How does ultrasonic cavitation work?
Ultrasound penetrates deep skin layers and causes damaging vibrations. The fat cells are then separated and removed from the dermis.
After a few days, fat cells are stimulated by the lymphatic system and are released into the body as a waste product.
It is difficult to determine the effectiveness of this treatment, but recent studies are promising.
Half of the women simply ate low-calorie foods, while the other half ate low-calorie foods using high-frequency body ultrasound and ultrasound.
After 5 weeks, a woman who underwent ultrasound cavitation showed a loss of body fat. Interestingly, they did not lose as much as the other teams – they lost body fat.
Another small study, TrustedSource, conducted earlier in 2007, looked at 30 people who had received contour treatment for ultrasound cavitation.
All participants experienced fat loss after 3 treatments. At the end of the study, the size of the treated body fat was reduced by 1-3 centimeters.
Studies have shown that participants did not lose weight, but only lost fat.
What happens during ultrasonic cavitation?
The ultrasonic cavitation process is very simple.
On the date of your appointment, your doctor may ask you to remove and insert a paper towel privately, depending on the location of your treating body.
Doctors may use alcohol to prevent sterilization in the treated area. Use a handheld ultrasound machine to cut slightly into the target area of the body.
You may feel hot during the procedure or you may feel a buzz on the ultrasound machine.