hidrocolonterapia, hidroterapia de colon, colonterapia , terapia colonica, limpieza colon, limpieza intestinal, irrigacion colonica,  intestino grueso, delgado, sobrecarga toxica, autointoxicacion, higiene, estreñimiento, diarrea cronica, gastritis, colon IntraLipotherapy with Aqualyx®
   It's   a   safest   non-invasive   method   in   removing   localized   adipose   “fatty”   tissue.   First   results   in   the   form   of   losing several   cms   are   visible   approximately   after   3-4   sessions.   Sessions   are   spread   out   in   21-28   day   intervals.   The intralipotherapy   technique   is   an   alternative   for   patients   which   due   to   any   reasons   are   unable   to   undergo   surgical removal of fatty tissue. Intralipotherapy is not equivalent to liposuction but it is a very good alternative. The   intralipotherapy   technique   have   shown   good   results   for   minor   to   medium   body   sculpting   of   specific   areas   of   the   body   like   stomach area, upper arm, thigh, hips, knees, double chins, Buffalo Hump, Pseudogynecomastia, lipomas . Common   side   effects    have   been   known   to   contain   local   pain,   minor   burning   sensation   for   a   few   hours,   and   temporary bruising, itching and soreness may be experienced for 1-2 days and swelling / haematoma of treated area for 48-72 hours. You will be able to continue with your normal daily activities. Aqualyx ® must always be injected by a licensed physician specifically trained in this delicate technique. Intralipotherapy contraindications are: Active local or systemic infection Autoimmune diseases (collagenopathies) Pregnancy, Breastfeeding Before 18 years old or after 70 years old Mental disease or legal incapacity to understand the protocol or the Patient Informed Consent Coagulation disorders, circulatory diseases of the extremities Acute or chronic liver disease Obesity (IMC ≥ 30) Type I Diabetes,  decompensated type II Diabetes Heart failure Allergy to lidocaine or derivatives, patients with severe allergies           References P asquale Motolese.  Phospholipids do not have lipolytic activity. A critical review. J Cosmet Laser Ther. 2008 Jun ;10 (2):114-8 Rotunda   AM.   Injectable   treatments   for   adipose   tissue:   terminology,   mechanism,   and   tissue   interaction.   Lasers   Surg.   Med.   2009;   41: 714-20 Rotunda    AM,    Weiss    SR,    Rivkin    LS.    Randomized    double-blind    clinical    trial    of    subcutaneously    injected    deoxycholate    versus    a phosphatidylcholine-deoxycholate combination for the reduction of submental fat.  Dermatol Surg. 2009 May;35(5):792803.  Rotunda   AM,   Kolodney   MS.   Mesotherapy   and   phosphatidylcholine   injections:   historical   clarification   and   review.   Dermatol   Surg. 2006 Apr;32(4):465-80 Rotunda   AM,   Suzuki   H,   Moy   RL,   Kolodney   MS.   Detergent   effects   of   sodium   deoxycholate   are   a   major   feature   of   an   injectable phosphatidylcholine formulation used for localized fat dissolution. Dermatol Surg. 2004 Jul;30(7):1001-8 Duncan,   D.;   Rubin,   JP.;   Golitz,   L.;   Badylak,   S;   et   al.   Refinement   of   technique   in   injection   lipolysis   based   on   scientific   studies   and clinical evaluation. Clin. Plast. Surg. 2009; 36: 195-209,v-vi; discussion 211-3 Hunstad,   JP;   De   Souza,   M.   Review   of   “the   lipodissolve   technique:   clinical   experience”   and   author’s   comment.   Clin.   Plast.   Surg.   2009; 36: 223-6 Rittes PG. The lipodissolve technique: clinical experience. Clin. Plast. Surg. 2009; 36: 215-21 Insua,   E.;   Morano,   A.;   Caballero,   I.;   Cercós,   A.   Adiposidad   localizada   en   medicina   estética.   SEME,   Medicina   Estética   –   nº   21,   pag.   26- 35. Tejero,   P;   Hernández,   C.;   Insua,   E.   Nuevo   Protocolo   de   aplicación   de   Aqualyx®   .   9º   Congreso   Europeo   de   la   UIME   y   27ª   Congreso nacional de la SEME 2012.   If you would like additional information regarding our services or  to request an appointment, you can contact us by phone (952 80   53   68)   or   by   email .
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IntraLipotherapy with Aqualyx®
It's   a   safest   non-invasive   method   in   removing localized   adipose   “fatty”   tissue.   First   results   in the    form    of    losing    several    cms    are    visible approximately   after   3-4   sessions.   Sessions   are spread   out   in   21-28   day   intervals.   The   intralipotherapy   technique   is an   alternative   for   patients   which   due   to   any   reasons   are   unable   to undergo    surgical    removal    of    fatty    tissue.    Intralipotherapy    is    not equivalent to liposuction but it is a very good alternative. The    intralipotherapy    technique    have    shown    good results   for   minor   to   medium   body   sculpting   of   specific areas    of    the    body    like    stomach    area,    upper    arm, thigh,    hips,    knees,    double    chins,    Buffalo    Hump, Pseudogynecomastia, lipomas . Common   side   effects    have   been   known   to   contain   local   pain,   minor burning   sensation   for   a   few   hours,   and   temporary   bruising,   itching and    soreness    may    be    experienced    for    1-2    days    and    swelling    / haematoma of treated area for 48-72 hours. You will be able to continue with your normal daily activities. Aqualyx   ®   must   always   be   injected   by   a   licensed   physician   specifically trained in this delicate technique. Intralipotherapy contraindications are: Active local or systemic infection Autoimmune diseases (collagenopathies) Pregnancy, Breastfeeding Before 18 years old or after 70 years old Mental   disease   or   legal   incapacity   to   understand   the   protocol or the Patient Informed Consent Coagulation disorders, circulatory diseases of the extremities Acute or chronic liver disease Obesity (IMC ≥ 30) Type I Diabetes,  decompensated type II Diabetes Heart failure Allergy to lidocaine or derivatives, patients with severe allergies           References P asquale   Motolese.      Phospholipids   do   not   have   lipolytic   activity. A critical review. J Cosmet Laser Ther. 2008 Jun ;10 (2):114-8 Rotunda     AM.     Injectable     treatments     for     adipose     tissue: terminology,   mechanism,   and   tissue   interaction.   Lasers   Surg.   Med. 2009; 41: 714-20 Rotunda    AM,    Weiss    SR,    Rivkin    LS.    Randomized    double-blind clinical     trial     of     subcutaneously     injected     deoxycholate     versus     a phosphatidylcholine-deoxycholate   combination   for   the   reduction   of submental fat.  Dermatol Surg. 2009 May;35(5):792803.  Rotunda         AM,         Kolodney         MS.         Mesotherapy         and phosphatidylcholine    injections:    historical    clarification    and    review. Dermatol Surg. 2006 Apr;32(4):465-80 Rotunda   AM,   Suzuki   H,   Moy   RL,   Kolodney   MS.   Detergent   effects of    sodium    deoxycholate    are    a    major    feature    of    an    injectable phosphatidylcholine   formulation   used   for   localized   fat   dissolution. Dermatol Surg. 2004 Jul;30(7):1001-8 Duncan,   D.;   Rubin,   JP.;   Golitz,   L.;   Badylak,   S;   et   al.   Refinement   of technique   in   injection   lipolysis   based   on   scientific   studies   and   clinical evaluation. Clin. Plast. Surg. 2009; 36: 195-209,v-vi; discussion 211-3 Hunstad,   JP;   De   Souza,   M.   Review   of   “the   lipodissolve   technique: clinical   experience”   and   author’s   comment.   Clin.   Plast.   Surg.   2009;   36: 223-6 Rittes   PG.   The   lipodissolve   technique:   clinical   experience.   Clin. Plast. Surg. 2009; 36: 215-21 Insua,    E.;    Morano,    A.;    Caballero,    I.;    Cercós,    A.    Adiposidad localizada   en   medicina   estética.   SEME,   Medicina   Estética   –   nº   21,   pag. 26-35. Tejero,     P;     Hernández,     C.;     Insua,     E.     Nuevo     Protocolo     de aplicación    de    Aqualyx®    .    9º    Congreso    Europeo    de    la    UIME    y    27ª Congreso nacional de la SEME 2012.   If   you   would   like   additional   information   regarding   our   services or      to   request   an   appointment,   you   can   contact   us   by   phone   (952 80   53   68)   or   by   email .
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