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Body sculpting contraindications

People with heart, kidney, or liver problems or diseases, or with any active implanted devices such as a pacemaker or defibrillator, should not seek a body sculpting service, unless their Doctor. has given them approval for a service. Ultrasonic Cavitation, Radiofrequency, & Laser Lipo: Individuals with acute or contagious disease, HIV, a history of cancer, kidney failure, liver failure, fatty liver, implant devices such as pacemakers or electrical prosthesis, epilepsy or MS should not undergo ultrasound cavitation non-surgical “liposuction”. Pregnancy and breast-feeding are also contraindications for this procedure. Anyone with active contagious skin conditions will not be allowed to undergo treatments. It is also best to wait three to six months after a surgical procedure in the target area.

Ultrasonic Cavitation, Radiofrequency & Laser Lipo


* Pregnant

* Breastfeeding


* Cancer (all forms)

* Undergoing chemotherapy or immune therapy

* Immunodeficiency

* Lupus

* High blood pressure (uncontrolled)

* Diabetes (uncontrolled)

* Keloid scarring

* Excessive pigmentation

* Vein inflammation

* Prednisone and other steroid medications (treatment will increase inflammation) * Chemical peels and laser resurfacing

* Sunburn


*Recent surgery (wait 6 months)

* Recent scars (wait 6 months)

* Open lesions (avoid area)

* Skin diseases (avoid area)

* Infection (avoid area)

* Antibiotics (wait until course completed)

* Inflammation (avoid area)

* Varicose veins (avoid area)

* Prosthesis/silicone implants (avoid area)

* Metal implants/screws (avoid area)

* Metal contraceptive coil (avoid area)

* Depilatory creams (wait 2 weeks)

* Areas being treated with IPL or Laser (wait 2 weeks)

* Areas being treated with Botox® (wait 3 months) or dermal fillers (wait 2 weeks)

* Suntan (sun must be avoided the entire duration of the treatment regime)

* Chronic inflammation (depending on severity of chronic inflammatory conditions - consider that treatment will increase inflammation and anti-inflammatory medications reduce the effectiveness of the treatment - please discuss with your doctor first) If you have any PARTIAL CONTRAINDICATIONS you may or may not be suitable for treatment. Your clinician will advise the best course of action in a consultation

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