How to Prepare for Ultrasonic Cavitation?

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Ultrasonic cavitation is a simple way to lose fat without surgery. It shapes your body nicely. To get the best results, you need to get ready properly for your treatment.

This article will show you how to prepare for your appointment. We’ll cover things like sharing your health details, knowing what will happen, and having realistic hopes.

Preparing for ultrasonic cavitation

  1. Tell your provider about:
    • Any health problems you have.
    • Any herbal supplements you use.
    • Any medicines you’re taking.
  2. Don’t drink alcohol for 2 days before your appointment.
  3. You might need to stop taking pain relievers like ibuprofen for 2 weeks before.
  4. Drink lots of water before and after your treatment to help your body get rid of fat faster.

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Ultrasonic Cavitation Pre-care Instructions

  1. Don’t take Aspirin, ibuprofen, or vitamins that thin blood for 3 days before treatment.
  2. Do a detox 24 hours before treatment. For best results, detox twice a week.
  3. No eating for 2 hours before and 2 hours after treatment (4 hours total).
  4. Eat after 4 hours to avoid your body rejecting the treatment.
  5. Drink lots of water – 2 to 3 bottles before and after treatment. Aim for up to a gallon a day.
  6. Cut down on fizzy drinks, coffee, and teas that don’t help with detox.
  7. Avoid bread, rice, pasta, soda, cookies, candy, and other unhealthy food while getting treatments.

Ultrasound Cavitation Aftercare

  1. Drink 1 liter of water right after your appointment and throughout the week to flush out toxins.
  2. Do at least 20 minutes of cardio exercise with an elevated heart rate right after the treatment and for three days afterward. If cardio isn’t your thing, try infrared sauna sessions.
  3. Stick to a low-calorie, low-carb, low-fat, and low-sugar diet 24 hours before and three days after the treatment to maximize results.
  4. Topically stimulate the treated area after your session, or use a body brush in the shower to promote movement.
  5. Apply moisturizer daily and massage it onto the treatment area to prevent fat and toxins from building up.

FAQs About Ultrasonic Cavitation

1. Who can get this treatment?

You can get this treatment if you don’t have any medical issues listed on the intake form and if you weigh less than 300 pounds. Also, you should not have had any major surgeries in the last 4-8 weeks.

2. How often should I get this treatment?

It’s best to get this treatment 1-2 times a week. Your body needs 2-3 days to process all the toxins that are released during the treatment.

3. How many treatments will I need?

Everyone is different, so it’s important to have a consultation to discuss your specific goals. Typically, it’s recommended to have 6-12 sessions along with a total body goal plan.

4. How long do the results last?

The results are permanent, but they can be influenced by your lifestyle and eating habits. To maintain the best results, it’s a good idea to schedule maintenance appointments as recommended or as needed.

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