Experienced therapist performs lymphatic massage that may help detoxify the body and promote circulation
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Post-surgical manual lymphatic drainage massage for plastic surgery patients is a hands-on technique designed to alleviate pain, reduce swelling and inflammation, as well as prevent imperfections on patients after plastic surgery like fibrosis. This is a non-invasive technique that avoids any open wound, incision, and skin injuries with or without stitches.
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Radio-Frequency Body Contouring
During the procedure, a licensed professional uses radio-frequency waves to reshape and kick-start collagen production in your skin cells, returning a youthful elasticity and diminishing the look of cellulite. * Typical treatment areas include the abdomen, waistline, buttocks, and thighs. * Typical facial treatment areas include the neck, jowls, decollete, and laugh lines.
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About Get Thin Treatments
Get Thin Treatments simplifies the time-consuming process of losing stubborn weight by providing clients with a host of noninvasive body-contouring alternatives to traditional liposuction. After earning a diploma in aesthetic homeopathy and localized holistic treatments, the center’s founder, Jezebel Caro, decided to explore weight-loss alternatives by studying an array of modern technologies and treatment modalities. She then put some of these systems and techniques into practice at Get Thin Treatments.
Mesotherapy conceals signs of cellulite and aging skin by administering microinjections of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. Ultrasonic-cavitation treatments bombard unwanted deposits of adipose tissue with ultrasonic waves, and skin-tightening treatments use tripolar and bipolar radio frequencies to improve tone and texture. Even with these high-tech approaches, Get Thin Treatments remains true to its homeopathic roots by also offering nutritional consultations complete with personalized meal plans and ongoing professional support.