10% – 50% of fat cells are known to accumulate in 3 common areas, the abdomen, buttocks and thighs, but unfortunately for women, these can be the hardest areas to reduce stubborn, unwanted fat deposits. Acoustic Wave Therapy (AWT) is a non-invasive, non-surgical alternative that can aid in the reduction of fat, and eliminate visible signs of cellulite. No needles or knives are necessary as the acoustic soundwave technology targets fatty tissue through the skin and stimulates blood and lymphatic systems.
Extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) is a versatile and innovative pain management solution that provides release and relief from a range of chronic muscular, tendon, ligament, capsules and bone conditions. When applied, the mechanical pressure pulses manifest as waves in the body, targeting highly specific areas in order to promote the reparative and regenerative process of the bones, tendons and other soft tissues. With minimal risks or side effects, ESWT therapy can aid clients by:
Previous clinical experiments have shown that shock wave therapy is successful in generating incredible results for clients who require wound healing. Shock waves are known to initiate the healing processes for a number of indicators, including ulcers, burns, scars, and non-healing wounds, where they stimulate the microcirculation and metabolism surrounding the affected area.
The stimulation of stem cells, which can be referred to as skin rejuvenation or tissue regeneration, is created by powerful, short acoustic pulses that focus onto a focal zone, and the stimulation of these waves releases two proteins, eNOS (endothelial nitric oxide synthase) and VEGF (vascular endothelial growth factor), which play vital roles in wound closure and the formation of new blood vessels.
Acoustic waves stimulate fibroblasts deep within the skin to resume collagen and elastin production. They promote cell renewal to improve skin density and elasticity, making the skin look firmer and smoother. This is an excellent skin treatment for the face and chin area.