Laser Weight Loss Treatment

Zerona cold laser involves FDA approves, safest non-surgical liposuction method for weight loss and to reduce fat overall by a process called PHTOTPOROSIS. Zerona works by using its adjustable heads to target the fat cells beneath the treatment area creating a temporary opening within the fat cell to allow the fatty liquids to drain out of the cell and be flushed out naturally, through your lymphatic system. The Zerona procedure creates an overall body slimming effect that can be used to reduce fixed or resistant fat in various body parts Waist, Chest, Pecs, Back, Neck, Arms, Thighs, Hips, Ankles, and more!

How Many Inches Will I Lose?

The clinical trial study lost an average of 3.72 inches in just 6, 40-minute sessions. However, individual results using Zerona may vary.

Why Don’t You Kill Fat Cells?

Many people think of their fat cells as the enemy. However, our fat cells are complex and dynamic entities that affect an astounding number of bodily functions, supports the processes that keep us lean, helps us regulate our metabolism and immune systems!

How Long Will Results Last?

Since the Zerona laser helps you lose actual fat and not water weight, results are long-lasting as long as you stick to a calorie neutral diet proceeding the treatments.

What Is the Treatment Process?

Please call University Heights Medical Clinic schedule a consultation with them so that they can review your health habits, goals, and expectations, and they will tailor a treatment plan to meet your needs. Once you decide on a treatment plan, you will return to your provider’s office for each of your 40 minute treatments.

When Can I See Results?

This will depend on the patient and their body type, and how quickly their body is able to process the fat. With some patients, results using Zerona will be seen after a few treatments, others will see results towards the end of the treatment cycle as their body will take more time to process the fat.

Can You Overdo Cold Laser Therapy?

There are no known cases of overdosing on therapeutic laser. This is among the safest treatments available, and we follow established and proven protocols.

How Deep Can Cold Laser Penetrate?

Cold laser has the unique property of being able to penetrate up to two inches below the skin surface, causing an increase in cellular metabolism with no tissue damage whatsoever.

Is there any downtime?

Absolutely ZERO downtime. During the treatment you will feel no discomfort, no anesthesia will be used and you can assume normal activities immediately following each treatment.

Is it covered by insurance?

No, Zerona treatments are considered elective and are not covered by insurance.

Are there any side effects?

No. The treatment process is completely non-invasive and there are absolutely no side effects beyond reduction of inches and fat.

Benefits Of Cold Laser Therapy

How should I dress for a cold laser treatment?

Your laser treatment must be delivered directly to your skin, so we recommend you wear clothing that will allow access to the affected area. Shorts, sweat pants, a sports bra or similar items are suggested. Alternatively, we can offer you a patient gown if the area needing treatment is not readily accessible.

Why do I have to wear safety glasses during my laser treatment?

The laser is a high-powered therapy laser. Laser light can be focused by the lens of your eyes and potentially cause damage to your retina. The safety glasses you specifically blocked out the wavelengths of light produced by the laser.

How Does Cold Laser Therapy Work for inflammation and pain?

Healing is essentially a cellular process. Cold Laser Therapy stimulates the cell activation process, which initiates a chain of reactions, from the cell membrane to the cytoplasm, to the nucleus and to DNS. This is called cellular amplification, whose demonstration earned the Nobel Prize in 1994.

Unlike high-power lasers that use heat to cut or burn tissue, low-energy cold lasers boost biochemical reactions in the targeted tissue. Visible light is directed to a specific area, the light energy passes through the skin, and enters cell membranes by special light receivers. This increases the cell’s energy which results in changed cell membrane permeability. Several biological processes are then affected, such as ATP stimulation, which then initiates an increase in cell regeneration and protection and decreases cell death.

The results for physical injuries and disorders include a reduction in swelling, an increase in tissue healing, reduction in pain, increased mobility, and maximum recovery.