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ULTRASOUND CAVITATION TECHNOLOGY the Non-surgical answer for slimming the body naturally!

Combined with our Lifestyle programs, diet and exercise programs you have maximum results that are healthy and all natural. Our sessions include evaluation and lifestyle program TO OPTIMIZE balancing the body in a healthy natural way.

Here’s how it works

Ultrasound Cavitation is a new, non-surgical fat removal procedure. This revolutionary procedure was discovered in Europe. Because there is no surgery and no anesthesia, there is no hospital stay, no time off from work and no recovery time. Patients see immediate results and will continue to see results in the reduction of fat up to a week following just one single session. Ultrasound Cavitation is a non-surgical process done in the comfort and convenience of our physician supervised office located in Pasadena. Our Body Slimming technology is  the newest on the market today, to attack stubborn fat deposits that no matter how much you diet and exercise, never seems to disappear. This revolutionary device will help  to tighten, tone the skin reducing sagging, wrinkles and the appearance of cellulite.

Body Sculpting | Ultrasound Cavitation | Pasadena CA

We all need a little boost, and sometimes diet along isn’t enough but surgery isn’t always the answer. THAT’S WHERE OUR AMAZING TECHNOLOGY ENTERS. ULTRASOUND Cavitation an ultrasound frequency that works by  vibration to gently agitate the fat cell facilitating the body’s natural process to metabolize and move fat out through the lymphatic system. In combination with a healthy diet you see positive changes quickly and naturally. Naturally without surgery you can lose inches around trouble spots with visible changes in the first 1 to 2 sessions.

With the Ultrasound Cavitation Process and Recommend Lifestyle Protocols most people average 1/4-2 inches loss per session and will see dramatic results over the course of a series of 3-6 sessions depending on type of area, genetics and protocols followed. Inch loss, skin tightening, and mobilization of fat through your lymphatic system causing a detoxification effect are all enhanced through this natural device.




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(Results may vary based on body type, number of sessions and lifestyle changes)


Commonly Asked Questions:


What is Ultrasonic Cavitation?

Cavitation is a natural phenomenon based on low frequency ultrasound. The ultrasound field creates bubbles in the liquid that surround the fat cells, which gradually grow. As the membranes of fat cells do not have the structural capacity to withstand the vibrations, the effect of cavitation easily breaks them, while sparing the vascular, nervous and muscular tissue allowing the body to naturally rid it as waste product.

What happens to the released fat? After disruption and emulsification of the fat cells (like what happens when you work out but at a higher rate), liquid which makes up the fat cells, in the form of triglycerides, is released into the interstitial fluid between the cells. This fluid is then metabolized to glycerol and free fatty acids. Water soluble glycerol is absorbed by the circulatory system and used as the energy source, whereas the insoluble free fatty acids are transported to the liver and processed as fatty acids from food. The fat is a solid substance, how can it be eliminated through the urine? Because ultrasonic cavitation causes an emulsification of the fat, releasing the triglyceride fluid which is easy to eliminate through the urine and the lymphatic system.

Is Ultrasonic Cavitation a safe treatment? Yes, the therapist will complete a questionnaire with you to make sure it is safe for you to undergo this kind of treatment. It is a nonsurgical procedure without anesthesia, it is non-invasive (no cutting, leaves no scars or need post-operative course) and it allows for a full social life both before and after the sessions. But remember always to carefully choose the center where you undergo it that they are properly trained and pre-screen you for best results.

How long has Ultrasonic Cavitation been around? Ultrasound in aesthetics was introduced for the first time in Milan in 2005. However, the phenomenon called cavitation has been around since the 60s. Is Ultrasonic Cavitation painful? No, cavitation is a painless treatment. Mild redness may appear occasionally but does not cause pain. The heat caused by the equipment is perfectly tolerable.

Can these treatments be performed on male and females? Yes, of course. Which are the areas where treatment is more effective? All those areas with localized fat: thighs, abdomen and buttocks are the most appropriate but there is no real limitation as to areas of the body although we cannot treat the female breast.

Is it possible to lose weight with Ultrasonic Cavitation? Ultrasonic cavitation is NOT a method to lose weight but rather to shape the body. The treatment is used to reduce stubborn fatty pockets that just won’t go away with diet and exercise.

Must you follow any guidelines before or after undergoing Ultrasonic Cavitation? Your therapist will recommend a low calorie diet and to drink at least 2 liters of water before and after the session. After the session you will be required to do a small amount of cardio (brisk walk/jog) for about half an hour. Your therapist will have a specific protocol sheet, dietary sheet and intake form that we recommend all of our clinics to use to help optimize your results.

How many sessions are usually needed? Between 3 and 12 sessions, however, you will be able to appreciate the results from the third session.



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