I exercise 4x's weekly (past 7 yrs) and am very thin/toned- except for knees, and some stubborn back of thigh fat...
Can Zeltiq (CoolSculpting) Be Used for Fat Pockets at the Inside of the Knees?
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CoolSculpting for Fat Pockets at the Inside of the Knees
CoolSculpting Not For Knee Area
The back of the thighs could possibly be treated with the new CoolSmooth applicator. It is best to have a consultation to determine if you are a candidate for this procedure.
Coolsculpting for knees
Thank you for your question.
At this time, I don't think that the applicator would be able to fit in that area. The company is researching different handpieces and so I would suggest waiting until the handpiece is specific for that area.
I hope this helps.
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CoolSculpting for the Medial Knees
Dear Writer, CoolSculpting has proven extremely successful for fat reduction on the abdomen, love handles and back. It treats the fat on the thighs depending on the shape of the fatty pocket and whether it will fit properly in the applicator, in order to achieve a good result. There is no applicator at the present time for the fat localized on the inside or medial aspect of the knees, but the Zeltiq company is currently working on new additional applicators that could be used in a number of body areas. Congratulations on a great excercise routine and healthy lifestyle! Be patient; the knee applicator should probably be coming soon. Good Luck!
Coolscultping for the legs
Coolsculpting works great for the abdomen and back fat. Supposedly the thigh chamber will be available by October 2011. However, behind the knees is not an area I would recommend treating. I would suggest you show to a dermatologist for their opinion.