Cavitation

Cavitation

Cavitation is a natural phenomenon based on low frequency ultrasound. The Ultrasound produces a strong wave of pressure to fat cell membranes. At the depth where the maximum energy is focused the cavitating effect causes expansion and contraction of the fat cell producing bubbles which put pressure on the membrane. A fat cell membrane cannot withstand this pressure and therefore disintegrates into a liquid state. The result is natural fat loss.

After disruption of adipos’s cellular membrane the fat in the form of triglycerides is released into the interstitial space between the cells, where they are enzymatically metabolized to glycerol and free fatty acids. Water soluble glycerol is absorbed by the circulatory system and used as the energy source whereas the insoluble free fatty acids are transported to the liver and processed as fatty acids from food. 

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Before & After 8 Sessions of Cavitation

Summary of Cavitation

  •          Procedure Time: 40 minutes. Course of 8 Treatments Recommended
  •          Back to Work: Immediate
  •          Anaesthetic: None
  •          Full Recovery: Immediate
  •          Sensitivity Period: None
  •          Duration of Results: Permanent
  •          Risks & Complications: Possible Bruising – Recommended to drink 1.5 litres of water per day during course.
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