Cellulite

Good-bye to orange peel syndrome

Cellulite

It is important to differentiate between concepts such as weight, localized fat and cellulite. A nutrition treatment focuses on reducing weight and learning how to eat in accordance with the characteristics of each person, not on getting rid of cellulite.
 
It may not be a question of excess weight, but of cellulite. In this case, the specialist will select the most suitable treatment.
 
ELECTROTHERAPY
Electrotherapy is a useful technique for treating various conditions. It uses different kinds of electrical currents to stimulate the venous and lymphatic system. This can improve the body´s detoxification process, reduce cellulite and help recover from surgery such as liposuction.
 
Electrotherapy treatments vary depending on the equipment used. Among these, the most common are: pressure therapy, medical electrostimulation, ultrasound, corporal radiofrequency and vibrating platforms and NARL, a new ultrasound method used particularly for reducing fatty tissue in localized areas.
 
The final choice of treatment will depend on the characteristics of each patient and the recommendations of the specialist, but they are all highly effective and minimally invasive.
 
ENDERMOLOGY
One of the greatest aesthetic problems suffered by women is cellulite.
 
Endermology is a technique that improves the condition of the skin. It is a non-surgical procedure that acts on the blood flow in the veins, and also improves the skin´s elasticity and smoothness.
 
It is based on massaging with rollers while suctioning the skin´s surface. It can be applied to the back, abdomen, waist, hips, thighs, knees and calves.
 
 
MESOTHERAPY
There are currently several methods to eliminate cellulite, improve venous insufficiency and fight joint pain or flaccidity. Mesotherapy is undoubtedly one of the most effective techniques for treating this kind of complaint.
 
It consists of microinjections of various homeopathic substances under the skin, without any side effects or allergic reaction, using mechanical devices. This is a very precise procedure that allows the specialist to control the point of insertion at all times. It can also be combined with other treatments such as electrotherapy to achieve even more effective and longer-lasting results.
 
It does not require anesthesia as the procedure is painless. The sessions are carried out at the outpatients clinic and patients can resume normal activity afterwards.
 
There is also mesotherapy without microinjections, using a device with two electrodes that make the substances penetrate the skin via hydroelectrophoresis.