- $689 for six Zerona laser body-contouring treatments ($1,800 value)
Each FDA-approved, noninvasive Zerona treatment uses low-level-laser technology to spot-treat fat. The laser light penetrates down to the fat cells, where it disrupts their membranes. This causes the fat cells to release their stores of fatty acids and shrink. The body then naturally whisks away the expelled contents or burns them for energy. The treatments take around 40 minutes.
Patients typically report that they don't even feel a warming sensation during the procedure, and there is no downtime afterward. To ensure that patients see optimal results, the technicians recommend scheduling all six treatments within a two-week period.
Holistic well-being requires a multifaceted approach to healthcare, and 100% Ageless embraces four of those facets: chiropractic care, Zerona laser treatments, Neuro Emotional Technique, and nutrition.
Doctor of Chiropractic Deb Riekeman draws upon more than 32 years of chiropractic experience as she performs gentle alignments and restores healthy function to the spine and throughout the nervous system. To aid her efforts, she occasionally incorporates instruments into her low-force adjustments, and she and her staff use low-level-laser technology to speed up recovery times. They also use laser systems for cosmetic purposes, shrinking fat cells and contouring limbs, waistlines, or vestigial wings with Zerona technology.
Though it's important for clients to feel pain free and confident in their appearances, Dr. Riekeman recognizes that only treating bodies ignores an important facet of well-being—emotion. Neuro Emotional Technique attempts to alleviate emotional stress by helping visitors recognize the connection between emotions and physical symptoms while using therapeutic bodywork to ease those symptoms.
The last facet of well-being emphasizes nutrition and provides clients with a personalized plan to begin living a healthier lifestyle. Plans can include supplements to help everything from hormonal imbalances to high cholesterol.