The technicians at The Body Sculpt Xpress specialize in ultrasound-cavitation body sculpting, a noninvasive technique that’s popular in Europe and Australia. Rising to fame in the United States, the treatment, featured on the Dr. Oz show, uses ultrasound waves to break down fat cells, whose contents are them removed from the body through natural metabolic processes. The techs customize treatments based on the thickness of fat and its distribution throughout the body. Their other services include massage therapy, vibration therapy, which causes a body to burn fat while standing still, and radiofrequency skin tightening.
Chris Davis, licensed massage therapist and owner of Twin Souls Healing Massage Therapy, located inside LA Tanning, has worked with a wide variety of clients, including a gymnastic troupe and football players. His Swedish and deep-tissue massages help athletes ease aches resulting from games, practices, or carb-loading sessions. Davis's work also treats everyday clients whose playing fields are ergonomic office chairs. He pushes tension from their upper shoulders, where lactic acid tends to build, and encourages clients to drink plenty of water after massages to help flush out toxins.
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