In slenderizing their clients, the technicians at Lifestyle Lipo don’t use a knife. In fact, they don’t break the skin at all. Instead, they rely on ultrasonic energy to reach through the skin and remove fat cells on hips, thighs, buttocks, and waists. The procedure is designed to permanently and safely destroy fat cells. The ultrasonic sound waves that do the killing are calibrated to target adipose tissue alone and ignore other types of tissue completely. As a result, clients can return to normal activity immediately following treatments.
Final Inches' board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. David Motoki, uses an FDA-approved laser to eliminate gym-resistant fat cells. Following an initial consultation, Liposculpture patients receive a local anesthetic to numb the treatment area. The doctor then injects a paperclip-sized cannula equipped with an FDA-approved laser that melts reserves of fat. Afterward, a small stitch, band-aid, or mother's kiss closes the booboo. Most patients can return to work the next day with minimal swelling, soreness, and bruising compared to the week-long effects of traditional liposuction. Four to six weeks of donning a compression garment or of being a camel aids fluid retention to minimize swelling in treated areas.
Led by Dr. Dale Richards, chiropractic physician, the doctor and technicians at Absolutely Beautiful Spa & Wellness Center administer non-invasive treatments to reduce body circumferences and create slimmer silhouettes. After a free personal assessment, Dr. Richards can recommend LipoLaser and electro body procedures to melt away fat with lasers, electric stimulation, or sappy love songs. In addition to technological procedures, a registered dietitian is available to guide clients toward healthier diets with weight-loss programs customized to individual goals.
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 radio-frequency skin tightening.
Trilogy Medical Center recently under went its own beauty transformation—the former Beauty Addix med spa now sports a new location and chic, monochromatic interior decor. Though some things have changed, the med spa continues to offer advanced aesthetic treatments including laser vein removal, permanent-makeup applications, B12 weight-loss injections, and nine types of dermal fillers.
As he explained on Park City Television's Mountain Morning Show, Cory Hymas realized about 10 years ago that he was carrying around 65 pounds of excess weight. Though he was uncomfortable and unhappy, it wasn't until he found himself holding his breath just to be able to tie his shoes that he decided to take action. Hymas believed that the best way to learn about health and fitness was to teach others about it. As the CEO of Inspired Life Center, he now has the opportunity to do just that.
Today, Hymas helps individuals to explore the link between their emotional and physical selves, and recognize that the way they feel is just as important as their nutrition and exercise. His compassionate staff keeps clients accountable for their dietary choices at regular meetings, and empowers them with life principles, tools, and products that allow them to move past their personal barriers. The team can also enhance natural results with high-frequency ultrasonic-liposuction treatments, which work to trim inches without invasive methods such as surgery or scolding them away.