What is Cellulite?
Cellulite (medically named: gynoid lipodystrophy) is the herniation of fat within fibrous connective tissue that manifests itself as skin dimpling and as nodules usually on; the buttocks, legs, and abdomen. The causes of cellulite include a slow down in the metabolism, physiology, rapid weight loss, hormonal changes and genetic factors. Hormones play a dominant role in the formation of cellulite. Estrogen may be the most important hormone to initiate and aggravate cellulite. There is also a genetic element in individual susceptibility to cellulite.
Is there a cure?
No, but there are many treatments available ranging from non-invasive to surgical. We’ll help you treat yourself with acoustic wave therapy also known as ESWT which is non invasive and safe.
What is Acoustic Wave Therapy (ESWT)?
Extracorporeal Shock-Wave Therapy (ESWT) is a treatment used in physical therapy, orthopedics, urology and cardiology. Also known as acoustic wave therapy,
How will it help reduce my cellulite?
Acoustic wave therapy uses high energy radial shock waves to reduce and improve grade 1-3 cellulite (mild to moderate dimpling). During the treatment, the system transmits powerful radial shockwaves into problem areas. This technology breaks down cellulite’s fibrous connective tissue and the surrounding tissue is affected and breaks occur in the grid of the molecules. This leads to a collapse of the gas bubbles within the fat structures (cavitation) and destabilizes the fat structures. The high energy radial shockwaves scientifically proved to have a large impact on collagen structure and the skin connective tissue, improving blood circulation. It stimulates collagen formation, while the skin becomes more elastic and its firmness is visible after only a few treatments.
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