Thanks to modern technology, changing one’s shape no longer requires invasive surgery or an unbreakable promise to the local witch. Slim your silhouette the easy way with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $119 for 4 ultrasonic-cavitation treatments (a $1,500 value)
- $199 for 8 ultrasonic-cavitation treatments (a $2,250 value)
- $229 for 10 ultrasonic-cavitation treatments (a $3,000 value)
A potential alternative to surgery, noninvasive ultrasonic-cavitation treatments work to reduce fat and cellulite and tighten the skin. Sessions begin with a consultation, during which a therapist or physician determines the best plan of action for the client. Then, a technician uses a hand piece to train ultrasonic energy on a specific bodily area, such as the legs or abdomen. The energy works to penetrate and liquefy fat cells, which are then naturally flushed out by the body. After the session, the client should drink plenty of fluids, engage in light movement, and receive massage to boost the fat-flushing process. Results are generally visible a few weeks after treatment. The center recommends a series of 6–10 20- to 30-minute treatments, along with regular maintenance appointments, for best results.
Northshore Medical Center
Under the direction of board-certified plastic surgeon Thomas Heggen, MD, the veteran staff at Northshore Medical Center specializes in plastic surgery, med-spa treatments, and family medicine infused with holistic healing techniques. Medical experts stage extreme makeovers and help bodies fit back into their high-school footie pajamas with liposuction or face-lifts and use noninvasive laser treatments with FDA-approved tools to expel unwanted body hair and tighten skin. Physician-grade skincare products rejuvenate countenances and European ultrasound-cavitation technology slenderizes bodies. Northshore Medical Center's technicians also draw upon chiropractic services, Eastern-inspired acupuncture, and herbal medicine to bolster the traditional Western healing technique of wrapping patients in the U.S. flag and singing the national anthem until they feel better.