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Cryolipolysis Therapy

Cryolipolysis Therapy

What is Cryolipolysis Therapy?
Cryolipolysis (cryo = extremely cold; lipo = fat; lysis = dissolution) is a non-invasive procedure that involves freezing fat cells to create a smoother body contour. The procedure of Cryolipolysis is also known as cryogenic lipolysis, lipo freeze, and fat freezing.
Cryolipolysis therapy is an alternative to liposuction that involves the use of a low-temperature device to eliminate stubborn fat cells on a localised basis. If you have stubborn fat that you can’t seem to get rid of but don’t want to go under the knife, cryolipolysis could be the answer.
CoolSculpting, also known as cryolipolysis, is a medical technique for localised cryotherapy that removes unwanted fat cells from beneath the skin.
Our doctor or specialist nurse uses localised cryotherapy equipment to chill certain regions of your body to freezing temperatures during the Cryolipolysis process. Fat cells in the area of your body being treated are frozen and destroyed throughout the treatment. These dead fat cells are normally broken down and drained out of your body through your liver after a few weeks of treatment.
Cryolipolysis Therapy has many benefits over traditional liposuction. It’s a nonsurgical cosmetic procedure, it’s non-invasive, It requires no sedation and requires no recovery time. It’s effective in reducing fat cells in a given treatment area by up to 20 to 25 percent.

Transform your health

The Pure Medical Program gives you a once-in-a-lifetime chance to invest in your health as you become older, allowing you to maximise your cognition, vitality, and quality of life.
We’ve developed a cutting-edge approach that combines Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), Cryo, Far Infrared Sauna Therapy, Photobiomodulation Therapy, Blood Ozone Therapy, Compression Therapy, and Physio+ Therapy which are customised cognitive and physical training regimens, along with dietary coaching.
The ageing process has varied effects on every one of us. This is why our diverse healthcare team employs in-depth exams and analytics to build a strategy that is completely tailored to you.
As a consequence, you’ll receive a thorough treatment that will help you improve your cognitive and physical performance while also making you feel your best, regardless of your age.

Why have Cryolipolysis Therapy at Pure Medical?

You can reshape your body. We will develop a customized treatment plan that addresses your problem areas. Additional sessions may further enhance your results. Your individualized treatment plan will be tailored to your body, your goals, and your budget.
It’s easy to sit back, relax and say goodbye to stubborn fat. After we select the area(s) to be treated, the device is positioned on your body and controlled cooling is applied. During your procedure, you may choose to read, check email, or even take a nap.
Why not get medical advice from a specialist if you’re interested in Cryolipolysis therapy but aren’t sure if it’s good for you? Our multidisciplinary team can discuss the possible short and long-term benefits of Cryolipolysis therapy, as well as any potential side effects.

How Does Cryolipolysis Therapy Work?

Cryolipolysis reduces resistant fat deposits in the body, fat cells are more susceptible to cooling than other skin cells, during the precise application process cold temperatures trigger cell destruction of the fat cells which invokes an inflammatory response and leads to slow digestion by surrounding the white blood cells that rid the body of waste.

 

Explained more simply… Cryolipolysis isolates a fat cell and exposes it to precisely controlled temperatures that are cold enough to freeze the subcutaneous fat layer but not cold enough to freeze the underlying tissue. The crystallisation of these “frozen” fat cells leads the cell membrane to split.

 

When fat cells are destroyed, they can no longer store fat. It also sends a message to the lymphatic system, instructing it to collect the damaged cells. This natural process takes several weeks to complete and concludes when the fat cells are excreted from the body as waste.

 

Cryolipolysis and liposuction have some similarities, namely, in that both techniques eliminate fat cells from the body. Cryolipolysis induces metabolic processes to eliminate dead fat cells from the body, which is the most significant distinction between them. whereas a tube is used to vacuum fat cells out of the body during liposuction.

What conditions does Cryolipolysis treat?

Cryolipolysis can help with a variety of medical issues, including:

Cryolipolysis Therapy Submental Fullness

Submental Fullness

A double chin is something that both men and women might be self-conscious about, even if it isn’t unhealthy, abnormal, or wrong. It’s one of the most prevalent physical issues that people want to get rid of. The issue is that there isn’t much that can be done to address it. It’s not like it’s a problem that can be solved with exercise.

 

Luckily, a double chin is one of the few areas of the body that can be targeted by Cryolipolysis, a non-surgical and non-invasive fat reduction method that we offer here at Pure Medical. Cryolipolysis Therapy has been proven to give that desired definition to the chin and jawline by ridding the chin of unwanted fat.

Upper Arms

Some people dislike going sleeveless because they have bumpy, flabby, bingo wings, or jiggly upper arms. You won’t have to cover up with Cryolipolysis therapy because the stubborn excess fat will be frozen away, smoothing and firming your upper arm area.

Cryolipolysis Therapy Lipoedema

Cryolipolysis Therapy Abdomen

Abdomen

The abdomen is one of the most popular places for patients to concentrate on. There are many fat cells encircling your stomach, making it tough to get a flat, toned belly even with diet and exercise. By freezing away the excess fat in the stomach area, Cryolipolysis can help you accomplish your goal of a flat stomach.

Flanks

Love handles, as they are more often known, are a difficult area to target with exercise alone. Cryolipolysis therapy can help you reach your desired physique by reducing the bulge on your sides.

Cryolipolysis Therapy Flanks

Cryolipolysis Therapy Back Fat

Back Fat

Cryolipolysis therapy is commonly used to treat the lower and mid-back areas. A higher concentration of fat cells can be found in the lower back, which stretches out from your flanks or love handles, and just up from there on the sides of your mid-back.

Legs & Thighs

You can target both the inner and outer thighs using cryolipolysis therapy. The inner thigh gets more attention since the skin is softer, making it easier to see and grab the fat. Because the skin on the outer thigh is less elastic than the skin on the inner thigh, you can’t grip it as easily, however this can cause lumps and unequal fat deposits in some people.

Cryolipolysis Therapy Legs and Thighs

What to expect when having Cryolipolysis Therapy?

Before having Cryolipolysis Therapy at Pure Medical you will be seen by one of our doctors, they will check to see if you’re healthy enough to receive therapy. Your treatment is offered in an outpatient setting. It requires no sedation and effectively removes body fat using a freezing technique.

 

Treatments are usually repeated over days or weeks. You should complete the whole course for the most benefit.

 

If you are sick or have the following symptoms, your treatment session may be postponed.
-Severe cold or flu
-Chest infection
-Runny nose
-Sickness (nausea).

 

How should I prepare for Cryolipolysis Therapy?
To prepare for Cryolipolysis on the skin, most people don’t need to do anything specific. Before Cryolipolysis, our doctor or professional nurses will offer you instructions to assist you.
Limiting the amount of food and liquid you consume prior to the procedure, or,
making arrangements for someone to drive you home following the surgery. It is always better to go to the bathroom before your treatment. If you’re anxious about needing to use the restroom during your treatment, talk to the nurse.

What are the possible
side effects of Cryolipolysis Therapy?

Some common side effects of Cryolipolysis Therapy include:

 

During the procedure the patient can experience a tugging sensation or pulling at the treatment site, this may last for the duration of the procedure, around 30 minutes.

 

Researchers have found that a common side effect of Cryolipolysis is pain, stinging, or aching at the treatment site. These sensations typically begin soon after treatment until about two weeks after treatment. The intense cold temperatures that the skin and tissue are exposed to during CoolSculpting may be the cause.

A study from 2015 reviewed the results of people who had collectively done 554 Crypolipolysis procedures over one year. The review found that any post-treatment pain usually lasted 3-11 days and went away on its own.

 

Temporary redness, swelling, bruising, and skin sensitivity at the treatment site. These are caused by exposure to cold temperatures. They usually go away on their own after a few weeks. These side effects occur because Cryolipolysis affects the skin in a similar manner as frostbite, in this case targeting the fatty tissue just below the skin. However, Cryolipolysis is safe and will not give you frostbite.

 

At the location of treatment, you may experience temporary redness, swelling, bruising, and skin sensitivity. Exposure to cold temperatures causes these symptoms. After a few weeks, they normally go away on their own. Cryolipolysis causes these adverse effects because it affects the skin in the same manner as frostbite does, but this time it targets the fatty tissue just beneath the epidermis. Cryolipolysis is safe and will not give you frostbite.

Cryolipolysis Scientific Studies

In this section, you will find an array of Cryolipolysis scientific case studies. Additional symptom-specific case studies can be found on individual diseases, disorders and condition pages.
Chase D. Derrick, Sachin M. Shridharani, Justin M. Broyles
Oxford Academic. June 2015  doi.org/10.1093/asj/sjv039

disclaimer

Nils Krueger, Sophia V Mai, Stefanie Luebberding, and Neil S Sadick
NCBI. June 2016 10.2147/CCID.S44371

disclaimer

Michael J. Ingargiola, Saba Motakef, Michael T. Chung, Henry C. Vasconez, and Gordon H. Sasaki
21 August 2013 10.1002/14651858.CD010711

disclaimer

What is Cryolipolysis Therapy?
CRYOLIPOLYSIS (CRYO = EXTREMELY COLD; LIPO = FAT; LYSIS = DISSOLUTION) IS A NON-INVASIVE PROCEDURE THAT INVOLVES FREEZING FAT CELLS TO CREATE A SMOOTHER BODY CONTOUR. THE PROCEDURE OF CRYOLIPOLYSIS IS ALSO KNOWN AS CRYOGENIC LIPOLYSIS, LIPO FREEZE, AND FAT FREEZING.
CRYOLIPOLYSIS THERAPY IS AN ALTERNATIVE TO LIPOSUCTION THAT INVOLVES THE USE OF A LOW-TEMPERATURE DEVICE TO ELIMINATE STUBBORN FAT CELLS ON A LOCALISED BASIS. IF YOU HAVE STUBBORN FAT THAT YOU CAN’T SEEM TO GET RID OF BUT DON’T WANT TO GO UNDER THE KNIFE, CRYOLIPOLYSIS COULD BE THE ANSWER.
CoolSculpting, also known as cryolipolysis, is a medical technique for localised cryotherapy that removes unwanted fat cells from beneath the skin.
Our doctor or specialist nurse uses localised cryotherapy equipment to chill certain regions of your body to freezing temperatures during the Cryolipolysis process. Fat cells in the area of your body being treated are frozen and destroyed throughout the treatment. These dead fat cells are normally broken down and drained out of your body through your liver after a few weeks of treatment.
Cryolipolysis Therapy has many benefits over traditional liposuction. It’s a nonsurgical cosmetic procedure, it’s non-invasive, It requires no sedation and requires no recovery time. It’s effective in reducing fat cells in a given treatment area by up to 20 to 25 percent.

Cryolipolysis Therapy 2 Mobile

Transform your health

The Pure Medical Program gives you a once-in-a-lifetime chance to invest in your health as you become older, allowing you to maximise your cognition, vitality, and quality of life.
We’ve developed a cutting-edge approach that combines Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), Cryo, Far Infrared Sauna Therapy, Photobiomodulation Therapy, Blood Ozone Therapy, Compression Therapy, and Physio+ Therapy which are customised cognitive and physical training regimens, along with dietary coaching.
The ageing process has varied effects on every one of us. This is why our diverse healthcare team employs in-depth exams and analytics to build a strategy that is completely tailored to you.
As a consequence, you’ll receive a thorough treatment that will help you improve your cognitive and physical performance while also making you feel your best, regardless of your age.

Cryolipolysis Therapy Mobile

Why have Cryolipolysis Therapy at Pure Medical?

You can reshape your body. We will develop a customized treatment plan that addresses your problem areas. Additional sessions may further enhance your results. Your individualized treatment plan will be tailored to your body, your goals, and your budget.
It’s easy to sit back, relax and say goodbye to stubborn fat. After we select the area(s) to be treated, the device is positioned on your body and controlled cooling is applied. During your procedure, you may choose to read, check email, or even take a nap.
Why not get medical advice from a specialist if you’re interested in Cryolipolysis therapy but aren’t sure if it’s good for you? Our multidisciplinary team can discuss the possible short and long-term benefits of Cryolipolysis therapy, as well as any potential side effects.

Cryolipolysis Therapy 3 Mobile

How Does Cryolipolysis Therapy Work?

Cryolipolysis reduces resistant fat deposits in the body, fat cells are more susceptible to cooling than other skin cells, during the precise application process cold temperatures trigger cell destruction of the fat cells which invokes an inflammatory response and leads to slow digestion by surrounding the white blood cells that rid the body of waste.

 

Explained more simply… Cryolipolysis isolates a fat cell and exposes it to precisely controlled temperatures that are cold enough to freeze the subcutaneous fat layer but not cold enough to freeze the underlying tissue. The crystallisation of these “frozen” fat cells leads the cell membrane to split.

 

When fat cells are destroyed, they can no longer store fat. It also sends a message to the lymphatic system, instructing it to collect the damaged cells. This natural process takes several weeks to complete and concludes when the fat cells are excreted from the body as waste.

 

Cryolipolysis and liposuction have some similarities, namely, in that both techniques eliminate fat cells from the body. Cryolipolysis induces metabolic processes to eliminate dead fat cells from the body, which is the most significant distinction between them. whereas a tube is used to vacuum fat cells out of the body during liposuction.

What conditions does Cryolipolysis treat?

Cryolipolysis can help with a variety of medical issues, including:

Cryolipolysis Therapy Submental Fullness

Submental Fullness

A double chin is something that both men and women might be self-conscious about, even if it isn’t unhealthy, abnormal, or wrong. It’s one of the most prevalent physical issues that people want to get rid of. The issue is that there isn’t much that can be done to address it. It’s not like it’s a problem that can be solved with exercise.

 

Luckily, a double chin is one of the few areas of the body that can be targeted by Cryolipolysis, a non-surgical and non-invasive fat reduction method that we offer here at Pure Medical. Cryolipolysis Therapy has been proven to give that desired definition to the chin and jawline by ridding the chin of unwanted fat.

Cryolipolysis Therapy Lipoedema

Upper Arms

Some people dislike going sleeveless because they have bumpy, flabby, bingo wings, or jiggly upper arms. You won’t have to cover up with Cryolipolysis therapy because the stubborn excess fat will be frozen away, smoothing and firming your upper arm area.

Cryolipolysis Therapy Abdomen

Abdomen

The abdomen is one of the most popular places for patients to concentrate on. There are many fat cells encircling your stomach, making it tough to get a flat, toned belly even with diet and exercise. By freezing away the excess fat in the stomach area, Cryolipolysis can help you accomplish your goal of a flat stomach.

Cryolipolysis Therapy Flanks

Flanks

Love handles, as they are more often known, are a difficult area to target with exercise alone. Cryolipolysis therapy can help you reach your desired physique by reducing the bulge on your sides.

Cryolipolysis Therapy Back Fat

Back Fat

Cryolipolysis therapy is commonly used to treat the lower and mid-back areas. A higher concentration of fat cells can be found in the lower back, which stretches out from your flanks or love handles, and just up from there on the sides of your mid-back.

Cryolipolysis Therapy Legs and Thighs

Legs & Thighs

You can target both the inner and outer thighs using cryolipolysis therapy. The inner thigh gets more attention since the skin is softer, making it easier to see and grab the fat. Because the skin on the outer thigh is less elastic than the skin on the inner thigh, you can’t grip it as easily, however this can cause lumps and unequal fat deposits in some people.

What to expect when having Cryolipolysis Therapy?

Before having Cryolipolysis Therapy at Pure Medical you will be seen by one of our doctors, they will check to see if you’re healthy enough to receive therapy. Your treatment is offered in an outpatient setting. It requires no sedation and effectively removes body fat using a freezing technique.

 

Treatments are usually repeated over days or weeks. You should complete the whole course for the most benefit.

 

If you are sick or have the following symptoms, your treatment session may be postponed.
-Severe cold or flu
-Chest infection
-Runny nose
-Sickness (nausea).

 

How should I prepare for Cryolipolysis Therapy?
To prepare for Cryolipolysis on the skin, most people don’t need to do anything specific. Before Cryolipolysis, our doctor or professional nurses will offer you instructions to assist you.
Limiting the amount of food and liquid you consume prior to the procedure, or,
making arrangements for someone to drive you home following the surgery. It is always better to go to the bathroom before your treatment. If you’re anxious about needing to use the restroom during your treatment, talk to the nurse.

What are the possible
side effects of Cryolipolysis Therapy?

Some common side effects of Cryolipolysis Therapy include:

 

During the procedure the patient can experience a tugging sensation or pulling at the treatment site, this may last for the duration of the procedure, around 30 minutes.

 

Researchers have found that a common side effect of Cryolipolysis is pain, stinging, or aching at the treatment site. These sensations typically begin soon after treatment until about two weeks after treatment. The intense cold temperatures that the skin and tissue are exposed to during CoolSculpting may be the cause.

A study from 2015 reviewed the results of people who had collectively done 554 Crypolipolysis procedures over one year. The review found that any post-treatment pain usually lasted 3-11 days and went away on its own.

 

Temporary redness, swelling, bruising, and skin sensitivity at the treatment site. These are caused by exposure to cold temperatures. They usually go away on their own after a few weeks. These side effects occur because Cryolipolysis affects the skin in a similar manner as frostbite, in this case targeting the fatty tissue just below the skin. However, Cryolipolysis is safe and will not give you frostbite.

 

At the location of treatment, you may experience temporary redness, swelling, bruising, and skin sensitivity. Exposure to cold temperatures causes these symptoms. After a few weeks, they normally go away on their own. Cryolipolysis causes these adverse effects because it affects the skin in the same manner as frostbite does, but this time it targets the fatty tissue just beneath the epidermis. Cryolipolysis is safe and will not give you frostbite.

Cryolipolysis Scientific Studies

In this section, you will find an array of Cryolipolysis scientific case studies. Additional symptom-specific case studies can be found on individual diseases, disorders and condition pages.
Chase D. Derrick, Sachin M. Shridharani, Justin M. Broyles
Oxford Academic. June 2015  doi.org/10.1093/asj/sjv039

disclaimer

Nils Krueger, Sophia V Mai, Stefanie Luebberding, and Neil S Sadick
NCBI. June 2016 10.2147/CCID.S44371

disclaimer

Michael J. Ingargiola, Saba Motakef, Michael T. Chung, Henry C. Vasconez, and Gordon H. Sasaki
21 August 2013 10.1002/14651858.CD010711

disclaimer