Ultrasound cavitation technology allows for non-invasive (unlike Liposuction) removal of stubborn fat deposits that are very problematic to shift no matter how hard you exercise or try to change your diet. The areas that respond the best to Ultrasound fat reduction are the most troublesome areas such as the: – abdomen, flanks (‘love handles’), thighs (‘saddle bags’), buttocks, inner knees, upper arm, male breasts.
There is no anesthesia, no scars, and no ‘down-time’ meaning you can exercise immediately and/or go back to work following the procedure.

“Cavitation is a natural occurring phenomenon that is based on low frequency ultrasound. The ultrasound field produces the bubbles in the liquid, which gradually grow, and implode at certain size. The energy in the form of heat (minor effect) and pressure wave (major effect) is released. 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.”


-theory on ultra sound cavitation and RF tightening
-Internal organs at risk
-Complications and reactions to cavitation
-Pre and post care
-Consultation and consent form
-Selecting appropriate conducting gel
-Setting up a work station
– Treatment protocol
-Practice on models

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