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Cavitation Therapy

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Ultrasonic cavitation is a less invasive liposuction alternative that uses ultrasonic waves that separate fat cells for removal from the body. The treatment was first introduced in Milan, Italy in 2005, and gained much popularity in Europe. Today, it’s gaining steam in the U.S. for reducing the circumference in the waist, upper arm, thighs, hips, chin, back, and belly.

During a series of ultrasound cavitation treatments, fat is turned into free fatty acids, which are easier for the body to get rid of.

A specialist or doctor uses non-invasive machines to target areas of the body with low-frequency ultrasound waves. The waves penetrate the skin and create bubbles around the fat deposit, which then burst, causing the body to get rid of them naturally through urine and the lymphatic system.


The ultrasonic cavitation machine essentially fragments body tissue with low fiber content, without compromising the tissue structure surrounding it. Therefore, it’s sometimes used during cancer treatment and surgeries, especially those involving the pancreas or liver.

How It Compares to Other Contouring Treatments

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There’s virtually no downtime and very few side effects associated with the treatment. Some patients even report that the treatment is relatively relaxing, and that they felt like they could read a book or nap during treatment.

For the best results, most patients require between ten and 12 treatments, but you’ll see up to one to 2 inches (5 cm) of circumference reduction within five treatments. Each treatment session lasts for around 30 to 50 minutes. To get the most out of your treatments, doctors recommend drinking water, maintaining a healthy diet, and exercising regularly in-between sessions. 

Proponents of ultrasonic cavitation say that the technology leaves behind toned and tightened skin. Like most forms of body contouring, ultrasonic cavitation treatment is not for extreme weight loss. Instead, it provides body shaping and skin tightening in certain problem areas.

In other words, it won’t provide the same fat removal power as liposuction, but it might help you slim down those love handles or upper arms.

It’s classified as a circumferential reduction treatment, and not a fat reduction treatment. This, essentially, means that you won’t be able to measure your success by how much fatty tissue you’ve lost, but instead by how many inches you’ve shrunk in your treatment area.

Generally speaking, circumferential reduction is enough for people who just want to smooth, tighten, and tone a specific body area.

What’s interesting about this treatment is that, when compared with other treatment options, it uses a special device that has many medical benefits.

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Consultations Are Required

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During the consultation you will weigh in and have your measurements taken. We will make sure you have a clear understanding of the procedure, and design a program targeting your personal goals.

You Should Not Have The Prcedure If

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  • The procedure is not recommended for individuals below the age of 18 years.
  • Pregnant women, as well as epileptic individuals, should refrain from undertaking this procedure.
  • Individuals with conditions such as blood pressure, diabetes and cancer should not use Ultra cavitation treatment.
  • Individuals having metallic implants in the treatment area should not participate in the process.

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