"Acoustic Wave Therapy", so called "AWT", is a modern, high impact method of applying acoustic sound waves to the affected areas of the body. This new method of therapy is preffered by an increasing number of women, either against the possibility of cellulite or to remove the visible effects of cellulite.
Considerable success is achieved with cellulite, regional thinning, skin tension and lymphatic activation in long-term treatment.
How AWT is applied;
The application's content and therapy procedures are discussed with the patient. First, gel is applied to the application area, so that acoustic shock waves can reach the target tissues without losing energy. The treatment is completely painless.
Which regions of the body can be treated?
Acoustic wave therapy can be applied to patients of all ages. It helps to regain natural elasticity and tightness of the skin. Helps the body getting into shape, and increases skin tension in the applied areas, causes a decrease in the appearance of cellulite, reduces fat tissue volume, improves lymphatic circulation, provides muscle conditioning and real full-layer tissue activation.
- Upper arm areas,
- Abdomen (belly) and facial area
Duration and Frequency of Therapy
Each cellulite therapy takes about 30 minutes on average. According to the degree of cellulite, it is applied around 8-10 sessions, in between 3 to 4 days. Consumption of 2-3 liters of fluid immediately after the application, helps to removal of fat from the body.
What are the Effects of Regional Slimming with AWT?
- Tightens the skin,
- Improves cellulite appearance,
- Strengthens the connective tissues,
- Treats non-deep cracks formed at giving birth and pregnancy,
- Breaks the resistance of the fat tissues and makes them suitable for removal from the body.
In which situations, AWT should not be applied?
- Having severe kidney and liver disease,
- Being in the period of pregnancy and breastfeeding,
- In the event of venous surgical intervention from the legs,
- In case of painful areas where the location can not fully identified,
- Having uncontrolled diabetes.