Low Level Laser Therapy for
Spot Fat Reduction / Body Contouring
Low level Laser is now used to effectively remove excess fat without the negative side effects associated with surgical methods. LLLT has been shown to emulsify fat and allow it to move to interstitial space. This technology has been used to help assist tumescent liposuction procedures and it also was found that the LLLT technology alone can help patients to reduce inches from their waist, hips and thighs.
LLLT has shown to exclusively release the cellular contents of fat cells while leaving the capillaries and other cells within the interstitial space intact. The release of the fat cell contents is the result of the disruption of the cell’s membrane. This membrane disruption, called a transitory pore, is the result of low-level laser stimulation.
Prior to laser exposure, fat cells have a regular, cluster shape. Within minutes of low level laser exposure, fat cells begin to develop transitory pores. This pore allows the evacuation of the cell’s contents into extracellular space. Once the contents of the fat cell have been emptied, they are released into interstitial space where it can be passed through the body during its normal course of detoxification.
LLLT procedures have been proven to be an effective and non invasive Weight Loss and body contouring procedure.
Cold lasers (LLLT) provide patients with a safer alternative to surgical procedures that can result in bruising, swelling, and damage to other tissues. LLLT treatments result in zero downtime, so patients can resume their normal activities immediately.
Cold Laser Treatments
Treatment with Cold laser is easy, painless, and non-invasive. Each session per body part takes 30 to 40 minutes. The laser is applied to the targeted area, which is most commonly the waist, hips, or thighs. The minimum suggested treatment period is two weeks, with three full sessions each week.
Please contact us today for a free consultation. LLLT treatment programs may be eligible for coverage under the extended benefits program offered by your employer.
Low lever laser therapy from LaserIntervention is covered by most extended health benefit plans offered by employers in Canada.