Laser Lipo Frequently asked questions
How does a non-invasive Laser Lipo technology work?Non-invasive Laser Lipo technology works with a patented cold laser conductor. Originally designed to speed up healing, doctors noticed that the cold laser technology would also liquefy fat cells painlessly. In contrast to Liposuction, the non-invasive Laser Lipo does not remove the fat cell, it drains it. The fat can be drained by a healthy person’s lymphatic system reducing by a few inches each week. The Laser Lipo works by focusing the cold red laser which permeates to the fat cells and triggers the cell membrane to break and release the fat from the cells. It is safe, painless and completely non-invasive.
Where does the fat go?Laser Lipo treatments result in the liquefaction of fats, the liquefied fat is then drained through lymph drainage. The effectiveness of fat drainage during and after treatment is dependent on proper functioning of the lymphatic system, which is responsible for removing wastes from the body.
What happens after each treatment?One can resume normal activities immediately as the Laser Lipo is completely non-invasive with no down-time whatsoever. After the treatment it is encouraged that you do some sort of cardio type activity to move things along. i.e.: use a whole body vibration machine, jumping on a mini trampoline, Stairmaster, treadmill or a brisk walk.
What results can one expect from the Laser Lipo 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.
How many Laser Lipo treatments are needed?The standard treatment protocol is 2 weekly, 30 minute (including power plate) treatments for 4 – 6 weeks. Maintenance treatments can be performed monthly after the full treatments have been completed or as determined by the client’s needs and clinical technician expertise.
Who is the ideal candidate for Laser Lipo Treatment?There is not really an “ideal” candidate. The Laser Lipo 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, not obese or just have localised fat deposits that they cannot get rid of with diet or exercise.
How is the Laser Lipo different from other contour treatments?There are other devices on the market that use ultrasound or radio frequency treatments, or the invasive type of liposuction treatments. The Laser is completely non-invasive and the cold red laser cannot be felt or heard making the treatment extremely relaxing, quick and effective. The Laser Lipo also uses two probes that assist with lymphatic drainage to assist the body in flushing the fat and waste. Low level laser is often used for cell regeneration and pain relief so there are other benefits to this type of treatment that other devices do not deliver.
Is treatment with the Laser Lipo safe?The Laser Lipo is very safe. In fact, the initial purpose of low level laser technology was for pain relief and cell regeneration for healing. A clinical trial demonstrated that modifying the frequencies and output was effective for fat reduction and after continued studies it was discovered that low level laser therapy was a safe and effective indication for body contouring and spot fat reduction.Who should get
Laser Lipo for body contouring and the spot fat reduction?Anyone who wants to improve any problem areas: thighs, hips, buttocks, abdomen or upper arms is an ideal candidate. It is most efficient to combine the Laser Lipo with a healthy diet and exercise program.
Does it cost anything to come in for a consultation?All consultations are free and private.
Call to schedule your consultation today How long has Laser therapy been in practice?
Laser therapy has been used to liquefy fat by doctors for many years and has become commonplace in cosmetic surgery around the world.
Who will perform the treatments?Treatments are always administered by qualified staff.
Can I work after the treatments?Yes. After your treatment, there is no requirement for bed rest or reduced activity and you can resume your normal schedule immediately. The minimal disruption in their daily agenda is the reason most patients find the Laser Lipo treatment so attractive.
Can Laser Lipo get rid of the tummy I gained from having babies?Yes! It is perfect for targeting the areas with stubborn fat, like your lower abs after having a baby.
Does Laser Lipo work on men?Laser Lipo works just as well on men as it does on women. Men generally have the greatest success on the chest, upper and lower abs, and the love handles.
How can Laser Lipo improve my abs?More of our clients come in to treat their abs than any other part of their body. It’s not so much weight loss, but inches lost. While the waist and hip size goes down, so does their trouser size.
How long does each treatment take?Treatments take from 10-20 minutes with the laser machine. If it’s your first treatment, then an allowance for a medical questionnaire is required. Also, we include Power Plate accelerated training for fat burning immediately after the treatment. 30-40 minutes should be sufficient.
Is it painful? Does it hurt?There is no pain or discomfort during or after the Laser treatment.
What areas of the body can be treated?Treatments are effective for use on the back of the arms, the upper and lower abdomen, chin/neck and jowls, knees, upper and lower back, inner and outer thighs, buttocks, love handles, and the male
How much do you charge?Individual Laser Lipo treatment programs vary depending on your body style and your particular goals.
Can anyone have this treatment?No! You must not undertake this treatment if any of the following apply to you:
Active cancer patient, breastfeeding mothers, pregnant ladies, menstruating ladies, high blood pressure, diabetes, pacemaker carriers, autoimmune disorders, impaired kidney or liver function, metal plates or metal implants.
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