Acoustic Wave Therapy
In Acoustic Wave Therapy applications, the body's natural mechanisms are used to treat cellulite, target localized fat reduction, and improve tissue firmness. It is applied regionally to address issues in areas with excess fat accumulation. It is successfully used in various parts of the body with fat-related problems.
How Is Acoustic Wave Therapy Applied?I
n Acoustic Wave Therapy applications, a cold gel is applied to the area where the procedure will be performed. Then, the device's special applicators are used on the area in a massaging motion. It is applied especially to areas with localized fat accumulation, such as the forearms, hips, abdomen, and legs. It can be successfully applied to all areas of the body where fat accumulation is a concern.
How Does Acoustic Wave Therapy Work?
The high-pressure sound waves used in the procedure target fat cell membranes. They help break down fat cell membranes. Metabolic byproducts produced during the process are eliminated through the lymphatic and circulatory systems.
How Many Sessions of Acoustic Wave Therapy Are Required?
The number of sessions required for Acoustic Wave Therapy varies depending on the extent of the condition and the percentage of fat to be burned.
Who Is Not Suitable for Acoustic Wave Therapy?
Acoustic Wave Therapy is not suitable for individuals taking blood-thinning medications, pregnant individuals, those with implanted cardiac electrodes, and individuals with severe cardiovascular disorders."test