Is there a standard, agreed upon, period of time a person needs to wait to workout after having Cellulaze or does it very from person to person? What would be the possible risks if a person started to exercise too early?
How Long Does One Need to Wait to Exercise After Cellulaze?
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Exercise after cellulaze
I generally advise no working out for about 2 weeks after a cellulaze procedure. But please talk to your plastic surgeon for his/her specific recommendations.
I allow my patients to exercise after 5 days
different surgeons will have different ideas. i allow my patients to be active and return to work the next day. i ask them to avoid strenuous exercising for 5 days and after that they can go as hard as they feel comfortable doing.
Cellulaze Recovery Period
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We like to have our patients wait at least one week until they resume any type of workout. During this time don’t push yourself, listen to your body.
How Long Do I Need to Wait to Exercise After Cellulaze?
Although most patients do not have significant complaints about pain, swelling or bruising after Cellulaze treatment, it is standard practice to wait at least two weeks after treatment to get back to exercising regularly. During the two week time frame, you can certainly walk or even jog lightly, but doing anything more than that may cause swelling of the legs which can lead to complications. It is important to follow your physician's post treatment instructions carefully to avoid any unnecessary delays in the healing process.
Exercise after Cellulaze
There really is no simple answer. Recommendations will vary by surgeon and by patient as well. Some procedures are much more involved than others. If you exercise too soon, your swelling will increase and you may even get more fluid building up in the tissue. For most patients, we recommend wearing a compression garment continuously for the first 2 weeks and not doing strenuous exercise. Talk to your surgeon for specific details on what exercises to do and not do following treatment. If you have started to exercise and you see an increase in swelling or are experiencing pain let your surgeon know. Good luck.
Dr. Grant Stevens
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