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​Our Lipo-Laser machine utilizes low level laser technology for spot fat reduction, inch loss, and body contouring in almost any area of the body. The Lipo-Laser is 100% non-invasive, with no known side effects. The low level laser energy safely penetrates the skin targeting the fat cells (subcutaneous layer). Once the cells are permeated, they release fatty acids, water and glycerol, or triglycerides are released from the fat cells ad the body uses them as an energy resource. The fat cells then "shrink" significantly resulting in inch loss and the removal of cellulite. You are free to resume normal activities immediately after each session-including exercise.


From the age of 35, a person starts to lose collagen and elastin in skin. As a result, excessive skin laxity may not be conducive to liposuction alone. However, there are some skin conditions, including cellulite, dimpling, and scarring from previous surgeries, that may be improved with laser lipo.

Laser lipo is approved to treat the following areas: Abdomen, thighs, knees, arms, neck, face, male breasts, and back rolls.

Low Level Laser Therapy

The ML830 Laser is a revolutionary new treatment that utilizes photons of light to augment the body’s natural healing abilities. This laser falls under the category of a “low level laser” and emits non-visible light that has no heating or cutting properties. Treatment is completely painless and provides true healing power. All light has some penetration properties but most wavelengths of light are absorbed by the outer layers of skin, creating heat and often damaging tissue (much like a bad sunburn). The ML830 Laser emits light at a wavelength of 830 nanometers, which is unique in allowing deep penetration without a thermal or heating effect. In fact, Microlight Corporation (the manufacturer) patented this particular wavelength because it provides the deepest penetration among all low level lasers. It was also the first cold laser approved by the FDA.


The ML830 Laser is a painless, noninvasive laser that has demonstrated significant benefits for patients around the world including:

  • Reduces pain quickly

  • Reduces inflammation

  • Drug free

  • Increasing the strength of healed tissue, making it less vulnerable to re-injury.

  • Completely safe

  • Used on a wide variety of ailments from muscle tears to migraines

  • Increased flexibility

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How Does it Work?

Approximately 70%-80% of our patients see results immediately following the first treatment. Treatments usually last 6-15 mins and most people will see excellent results after 6-12 sessions. Usually the more chronic or severe the condition the longer it will take to heal completely.

Spinal Decompression

Nonsurgical spinal decompression is a type of motorized traction that may help relieve back pain. Spinal decompression works by gently stretching the spine. That changes the force and position of the spine. This change takes pressure off the spinal disks, which are gel-like cushions between the bones in your spine, by creating negative pressure in the disc. As a result, bulging or herniated disks may retract, taking pressure off nerves and other structures in your spine. This in turn, helps promote movement of water, oxygen, and nutrient-rich fluids into the disks so they can heal.

Doctors have used nonsurgical spinal decompression in an attempt to treat:

  • Back or neck pain or sciatica, which is pain, weakness, or tingling that extends down the leg

  • Bulging or herniated disks or degenerative disk disease

  • Worn spinal joints (called posterior facet syndrome)

  • Injured or diseased spinal nerve roots

How Does it Work?

You are fully clothed during spinal decompression therapy. The doctor fits you with a harness around your pelvis and another around your trunk. You either lie face down or face up on a computer-controlled table. A doctor operates the computer, customizing treatment to your specific needs.

Treatment may last 15 to 45 minutes and you may require 10 to 28 treatments over five to seven weeks. Before or after therapy, you may have other types of treatment, such as:

  • Electrical stimulation (electric current that causes certain muscles to contract)

  • Ultrasound (the use of sound waves to generate heat and promote healing)

  • Heat or cold therapy

  • Chiropractic Manipulative Therapy

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