Want to lose inches and (a lot of) fat without having to go under the knife? At Cooch Clinic, you can undergo lipocavitation treatment; a treatment that makes use of a machine that sends sound waves into the body. These sound waves cause the fatty deposits to start moving. The cavitation causes the walls of the fat cells to break down. Fat cells break loose this way, which are then disposed of by the body and subsequently completely broken down. We combine lipocavitation with manual lymph drainage, a massage technique that is designed to remove fluids. This technique works on the subcutaneous connective tissue and as such, removes fluid and waste products much more effectively. Manual lymph drainage also improves the body’s contours.

Because lipocavitation is particularly effective in smaller areas of the body, this treatment is particularly suitable for tackling trouble zones. Think about fat deposits on the hips (love handles), buttocks, thighs, abdomen or back. Do you suffer from cellulite? In that case, lipocavitation is also a very effective treatment. The treatment is absolutely painless.

How does lipocavitation work?

Lipocavitation consists of:

  • Vacuum cupping
  • Cavitation
  • Radio Frequency (RF)
  • Manual lymph drainage

When working with lipocavitation, we use a specialized and multifunctional machine that treats the body with vacuum cupping, cavitation and radio frequency. By combining all of these techniques, you are assured of an optimal result and you will notice results more quickly.

Vacuum cupping

Vacuum cupping uses suction and pressure to drain the fluids in the fat cells that cause cellulite. We vacuum the skin, so that cellulite is ‘pulled’ away from the muscle. This promotes blood circulation and stimulates lymphatic drainage. Vacuum cupping offers the solution for combating cellulite, it reduces localized fat and gives the body back its shape.

Cavitation

Cavitation works with sound waves: an effective way to loosen fat deposits and break down fat cells. The treatment makes use of contact gel and a special attachment that emits the sound waves. Cavitation is very suitable for tackling trouble zones; areas where you want to get rid of localized fat.

Radio frequency (RF)

Radio frequency involves the application of electrical and magnetic waves to the skin. This causes the fatty tissue to warm up and consequently the secretion of waste products (fat and cellulite). As the body gets rid of the waste products, blood circulation and collagen production are stimulated. More collagen leads to firmer and smoother skin.

Manual lymph drainage

Manual lymph drainage is a massage that supports and stimulates the lymphatic system. Lymphatic drainage activates the lymphatic system and makes it easier to drain excess fluid. This makes any hardening of the skin disappear and the skin is less bumpy and uneven. Ideal after liposuction.

Course of treatment

Maderotherapy can be applied as a course of treatment for the best results. We recommend a minimum of 8 treatments for an optimal result.

Who is lipocavitation meant for?

Cavitation is suitable for you if you want to lose fat in small pockets of your body, such as the hips, buttocks or abdomen. Do you suffer from being (extremely) overweight and do you want to lose weight? Then lipocavitation is not a suitable treatment for you.

Contraindications:

  • Younger than 18
  • Diseases and disorders of the liver or kidney function
  • Diabetes
  • Metal implants near the area to be treated
  • Cancer or tumor
  • Pacemaker/defibrillator
  • Cardiovascular disorders
  • Gastrointestinal surgery or problems
  • Epilepsy
  • Neurodegenerative diseases
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Hemophilia
  • Thrombosis and use of blood thinners
  • Metabolic disease
  • Damaged skin surface (dermatitis, eczema, wounds, psoriasis, inflammations)
  • Pregnant or gave birth less than 6 weeks ago
  • Breastfeeding