Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Liposonix fat melting now available in Orlando, says Dr. Roger Bassin

Orlando, FL - Can you lose an inch or two from your waist with a one-hour treatment? LipoSonix is a new device  used to permanently get rid of fat cells and reduce measuerments. The LipoSonix machine uses focused ultrasound waves to permanently get rid of fat cells selectively in your problem areas, says Dr. Roger Bassin. LipoSonix gets rid of these fat cells without surgery and with minimal side effects or downtime. For decades people have been trying to selectively remove fat from problem areas, using belts, injections, exercise and many other techniques. Until now, the only way to really achieve fat reduction from a selective area was liposuction.
Liposonix fat reduction results on a
woman's abdomen 3 weeks after treatment

Liposonix uses a special technology called High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU) to cause the elimination of fat cells safely and effectively by focusing the ultrasound energy of LipoSonix at 1-2 cm below the surface of the skin. The fat cells are disrupted by the HIFU, resulting in an average 4-5 cm (1.5-2 inches) reduction in waist size for a one hour treatment.

LipoSonix is best for certain patients, and both women and men can be candidates. You should be able to pinch at least an inch of fat in your area of concern. You should also be fairly close to your ideal body weight. Persons with Body Mass Index (BMI) less than 30 may be the best candidates. Currently LipoSonix has been approved for use on the abdomen and love handles. Some patients may be appropriate to have other body areas treated.

LipoSonix permanently disrupts the fat cells in the desired treatment areas, and just one treatment is needed for each area. A Liposonix  treatment takes about an hour.
Original Article: http://doctorspr.blogspot.com/2012/05/liposonix-fat-melting-now-available-in.html

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