The treatment of excess fat

Fat reduction via shock waves

In the first instance, weight loss is determined by hygienic-dietary measures (diet, sport, etc.). In recent years, alternatives have appeared for operations like liposuction to address fat cushions on the stomach and thighs or local excess fat.
However, some of the techniques aimed at realising lipolytic effects have been temporarily banned (lipocavitation, ultrasonic vibrations) due to side-effects that are suspected to be detrimental to health.

Extra-corporal shock waves have not been influenced by this decision. They are used successfully and in complete safety in a number of medical areas, such as urology and orthopaedics.

Use in aesthetic medicine was recently discovered in Germany and Switzerland after and due to approval by the **FDA (Food and Drugs Administration US).

*The shock waves (Storz Médical) have a lipolytic effect on fatty tissue.
It is recommended to perform 8 to 10 sessions with an interval of one session per week and to immediately supplement the procedure using a technique and protocol like "Lipomassage" using the Cellu M6.

This procedure is completely harmless and has no known health risks.

* Link to scientific publications
* Link to scientific publications
** Link to FDA

The results of treatments may vary from one person to another and are therefore not guaranteed.
Therefore, they represent no binding commitment on the part of the office, the personnel or any third party.


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