Med Contour, available here at Snowberry Lane Clinic, is a pioneering form of treatment in the weight reduction category. It is used to help individuals who wish to reduce the appearance of fat from areas where it can be more difficult to see improvements through conventional dieting, excercise and weight loss methods.
How does it work?
With unrivalled technology at hand to deliver change in a non-invasive manner, this impressive contouring treatment works with the body, rather than against it, useing advanced ultrasound technology to deliver positive results. It does this by promoting the acceleration of a person’s metabolic rates in the treated areas.
What improvements does it create?
By improving the metabolic rate, Med Contour encourages the break down of fat in a natural manner, making it easy for the body to absorb and remove any excess fluid. Removing this fluid encourages the collagen under the skin to be given room to make new bonds. This coupled with an increase of blood flow around the concerned areas helps to smooth the skin on the surface and allow for tightening.
Is it precise?
The main benefit of this treatment type is its ability to target areas to get the job done efficiently. Stubborn areas of fat are labelled as such because they are troublesome to shift, using advanced contouring like this can help to break down the exact area patients have trouble with.
Who can receive Med Contour?
Patients who have received Med Contour generally see the best results around the upper arms, inner thighs and stomach. There are also benefits to areas of looser skin where weight has been lost, or older patients who are looking to regain a more taught appearance in small problems areas. This treatment is also growing in popularlity with our male patients who try out body contouring for men.
Where can I find out more?
Med contour is also used in part with Alevere weight loss therapy, a pioneering form of weight loss which uses a combined treatment and diet plan to help lose weight. You can find out more about it by visiting the Alevere therapy page.