Medical Conditions and TriActive

A relatively new, innovative treatment for cellulite, TriActive combines laser technology with massage and a local cooling element to encourage blood flow to areas affected by cellulite, as well as to increase blood circulation to these areas. The long-term effect is to reduce the appearance of lumpy cellulite and provide a smoother, firmer look. TriActive has also been shown to reduce muscle pain, spasms, and to improve overall circulation. Many patients find the treatments relaxing and very pleasant, much like a session with a massage therapist.

Good Candidates for TriActive Cellulite Treatment

TriActive is a safe procedure performed with a special treatment station that has been approved by the FDA. Almost anyone who is concerned about the appearance of unsightly, lumpy areas of cellulite can make use of TriActive. TriActive can be used on any area of the body, and has been shown to be highly effective when the treatment is provided by an experienced practitioner. The best results generally require ten to twelve treatments.

TriActive is also suitable for patients who have undergone liposuction. The treatment is used to increase circulation and encourage the skin and underlying tissue to conform more smoothly and firmly to the new body contours created by the liposuction treatment.

Those Who Should Avoid TriActive Cellulite Treatment

Though TriActive is safe and suitable for most people, some conditions preclude use of this cellulite reduction technique. You should avoid TriActive if you:

  • Are pregnant
  • Have circulatory issues
  • Have a serious skin condition
  • Have any problems with your lymphatic system

If you have any questions about your suitability for TriActive treatment, be sure to discuss these concerns with your doctor before undergoing treatment.

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