Dallas, TX (PRWEB) September 14, 2008
Dr. Bill Johnson's Innovations MedSpa, a leader in the medspa industry that offers many of the latest innovations in the U.S., announced it performed a LIVE Thermage (16.0cm2 or MultiPlex tip) procedure on CBS's new show, THE DOCTORS, on August 21, 2008. During the taping of the show, the patient lost inches above and below her navel, without surgery, while awake, and in the studio. The big reveal was taped at the end of the show in front of a 100+ studio audience. Dr. Johnson sat with the other doctors of the show, explaining the procedure and the results, as the show's plastic surgeon measured the patient's waist. The audience was in awe when they saw how many inches had been reduced, all while the show had been taped.
Dr. Johnson instructed Los Angeles native and Thermage technician, Tina Malcolm, on the exact technique that he wanted to perform while on the show (vectors, pulse count, pulse placement, energy levels).
"We have seen some remarkable results using the 16.0cm2 tip at our office; one patient even lost 9 centimeters in her waist in just 3 months post," said Dr. Johnson, owner of Innovations MedSpa. "The show (THE DOCTORS) has given us the opportunity to educate the public about Thermage, and how it can result in an instantaneous size reduction of the area treated."
From the creative team behind the long-running hit series Dr. Phil, THE DOCTORS is a new, one-hour syndicated daytime talk show where viewers will have a source of reliable and fascinating medical and health advice, dispensed daily by a distinguished panel of five "on-call" professionals. Jay McGraw, Carla Pennington and Dr. Phil McGraw serve as executive producers.
THE DOCTORS covers a broad range of subjects--especially news-breaking, topical issues. The show features on-set medical procedures, either directly in front of the studio audience or in its backstage examining room, and off-site "house calls." The show will highlight the latest medical breakthroughs and cutting-edge practices and procedures, providing a valuable resource for viewers who might not have access to the most updated medical advances.
Thermage 16.0cm2 - Release date: late Fall 2008 - Jan 2009
Thermage 16.0cm2, built off the Thermage DC and CL design, helps tighten, firm and shape the body in a single treatment without surgery, injections-- and all with little or no downtime. Thermage DC heats 79% deeper than the original Thermage for increased collagen tightening in the subcutaneous layer of the skin for the abdomen, "love handles," thighs, buttocks and arm areas. The treatment is ideal for patients who are not significantly overweight but want deep tightening of sagging skin and reduction of unwanted bulges.
The Themage DC or CL treatment typically can take five hours, depending on area treated, but with the new 16.0cm2 tip, the procedure will now take about 45 minutes and will mean less pain for patients.
Innovations MedSpa is currently pre-booking patients who would like to be on a waiting list for the procedure. Please visit Dr. Johnson's website for more information about the new Thermage 16.0cm2 procedure. http://www.InnovationsMedspa.com
About Dr. Johnson & Innovations MedSpa
Founded in 2005, Dr. Johnson's Innovations MedSpa has been at the forefront of the medspa industry by offering the newest aesthetics technology to the nation. Among other firsts, Dr Johnson is currently the first to offer SmartXide Dot Therapy outside FDA trials in the United States, one of the first doctors in the world to introduce Thermage DC, and the first in the U.S. to offer Acoustic Wave Therapy for cellulite treatment. Dr. Johnson brings his years of experience as an internist to provide extremely safe esthetic procedures and has cleared patients for surgery for more than 25 years. Dr. Johnson is a regular contributor to "Good Morning Texas", the leading morning show in the DFW area. He was chosen among all the esthetic practices to appear on the National Medical Report (NMR) hosted by Hugh Downs. The report centers on procedures Baby Boomers are having done to combat aging. NMR appears on CNN, PBS, MSNBC, and several other networks. He is also a featured expert on ABC, FOX, NBC, and CBS. Dr. Johnson is a member of the Texas Medical Association, the American College of Physicians, the American Medical Association, American College of Physician Executives, American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery and Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. For more information, please visit http://www.InnovationsMedspa.com
Thermage's innovative technology provides a unique non-invasive procedure designed to tighten and contour skin, significantly expanding the non-invasive aesthetic applications physicians can offer to the rapidly growing "anti-aging" market. http://www.Thermage.com
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