How should the "after Cool Sculpting massage" be performed?
Should the Massage After Cool Sculpting Go from the Middle out to the Lymphatic Nodes (And Where Are Those on the Stomach?
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Lymphatic drainage after CoolSculpting
Vibrational therapy in the weeks following CoolSculpting can assist lymphatic drainage. The vibrating plate increases lymphatic circulation to encourage the process of clearing the dead fat cells out of the body. My patients receive this treatment as well as a compression garment and dual treatment system as part of our CoolSculpting Complete package.
My practice is able to offer CoolSculpting Complete for half the price, as we have Instant Rebates due to our status as the top provider of CoolSculpting in our area. Our patients can buy one area and get another area free. This is helpful for patients who need multiple treatments or just one (buy one love handle, get the other free.)
You can find the most experienced provider in your own area on the CoolSculpting website.
Web reference: http://www.bluewaterspa.com/coolsculpting.html
Massage after CoolSculpting
The results of CoolSculpting can be improved with massage immediately after the applicator is removed. The technique of the massage is not that important, as long as the area is massaged in some manner. The massage after CoolSculpting is not a lymphatic drainage massage, so that is why it does not need to be done in any particular direction.
Massage is important after coolsculpting
It is important to do massage after coolsculpting for approximately 10 minutes in duration. Deep massage is best but the path from middle to outer is not important. What is important is that the massage is done after treatment. We have wonderful results with Zeltiq. Let me know how your treatment turns out!
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Massage after coolsculpting
Immediately after the coolsculpting procedure the treated tissue is massaged by the technician for about 3-5 minutes and the frozen tissue is rapidly rewarmed. There is no standard method to this massage and it is not something the patient needs to do themselves.
Web reference: http://www.coolsculpting-utah.
These answers are for educational purposes and should not be relied upon as a substitute for medical advice you may receive from your physician. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911. These answers do not constitute or initiate a patient/doctor relationship.
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