Even though love handles aren't actually handles, they still might increase a person's chances of getting picked up by an elephant. Carry yourself with confidence with the help of today’s Groupon: for $999, you get a Tickle Lipo procedure to remove love handles at Dermacare Cosmetic Surgery in Goodyear (up to a $3,000 value).
The only surgeon in the state to perform Tickle Lipo procedures, Dr. Gael DeRouin uses the FDA-approved technology to safely unfasten clinging love handles. Unlike traditional liposuction, Tickle Lipo doesn't require general anesthesia, and patients can usually return to work in 24–48 hours. During the treatment, Dr. DeRouin employs 3-D acoustic vibrations to break apart subcutaneous fats before removing them with suction. The surgical equipment stays cool the entire time and shuts off automatically when it approaches muscle or skin, allowing the doctor to locate dormant superhero powers and remove deep-rooted fat.
Afterward, the treated area appears tighter and more compact, and a spandex-like compression garment enhances healing and lymphatic drainage for the following two weeks. While anybody can be a candidate for liposuction, the treatment is most effective at removing fat from localized pockets that have proven resistant to conventional exercise and bribery from the local mayor. The procedure includes a complimentary consultation with Dr. DeRouin and his staff, which will grant a full refund to those deemed unsuited to the procedure.
Arizona PMR Estelle Farrell, D.O.
Board-certified physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist Dr. Estelle Farrell
has been helping patients combat their pain for more than 12 years. Using a combination of integrative- and traditional-medicine practices, she alleviates neck and back pain, fights abdominal pain, and battles pain caused by sports or work injuries.
Dr. Farrell does this through such treatments as acupuncture, including advanced pain and scalp acupuncture, cold-laser therapy, and joint injections. She's also trained in electromyographic testing, which assesses the health of muscles and nerve cells. She may use it on patients who experience such symptoms as tingling, numbness, and an inability to limbo under subway turnstiles.