Massage Therapist (MM30201)
Ultra Lipo Cavitation - Ultracavitation is one of the most efficient treatments to improve the appearance of “orange-peel” skin and to combat superficial fat and localized fat accumulation. It consists of applying ultrasounds to the skin’s surface to produce pressure and temperature changes in the adipose tissues’ interstitial fluid. This new therapeutic device uses higher penetration frequencies that compress the liquids without increasing the temperature. In this manner, Ultracavitation is defined as a painless, safer and more efficient treatment.
This new therapeutic device uses higher penetration frequencies that compress the liquids without increasing the temperature. In this manner, Ultracavitation is defined as a painless, safer and more efficient treatment.
Each Ultracavitation session lasts for 30 to 50 minutes depending on the areas treated (abdomen and trochanters, respectively).
Massage Therapy (MM30201) - The way you feel after a massage is a clear sign of the benefits of bodywork, but more and more researchers are looking at the specifics of what massage can do for us. Whether a massage therapist focuses on your feet, hands, scalp, or entire body, massage can be both wonderfully relaxing and clinically effective. It is also one of the CAM therapies most readily accepted by conventional medical doctors and hospital administrators. Research demonstrates that massage therapy can offer a variety of healthful benefits, especially for people with significant stress or anxiety, strained muscles, or osteoarthritis. Massage therapy can enhance immune function, increase circulation while reducing heart rate and blood pressure, boost levels of endorphins and serotonin (the body's natural painkillers and mood regulators), and reduce stress hormone levels, all while easing sore and achy muscles.
Lymphatic Drainage - Lymphatic drainage is one technique used to manage lymphedema; the swelling of the arms and legs caused by a build up of lymph fluid in muscle tissue. Lymphedema can be caused by heart problems. It can also be caused by infections, and may be a side effect of chemotherapy treatments and surgeries done to remove breast cancer, colon cancer, and prostate cancer. Tight-fitting clothing and sports injuries, such as sprained ankles and broken wrists, can also cause lymphedema. Lymphatic drainage therapy is often used with a combination of different treatment methods that are designed to eliminate swelling in the arms and legs.
Introducing Jenifer Saez - LMT from Sanford Institute (MM30201)