Shelton, CT (PRWEB) July 16, 2013
Dr. James J. Dalfino announces his clinic is one of the first to offer the newest breakthrough technology in the "Fight Of Cellulite," the Verju Laser from Erchonia. Erchonia has pioneered many different laser treatments from pain management, to acne treatments, and the most famous of laser treatments, the Zerona, which is known to reduce inches in hips, waist, and thighs by 1-2 pants or dress sizes in a matter of visits.
Now comes a new laser technology, Verju. Verju is different from Zerona in that it uses green laser lights instead of red, and works on the cellulite instead of the fat. In just two weeks with six treatments of Erchonia’s Verjú cellulite laser, patients experienced a significant improvement in the appearance of cellulite in their thighs, buttocks, and lower abdomen when compared with those treated with the placebo laser.
In the clinical trial, not only did the Verjú laser system improve the appearance of cellulite, but pre and post measurements showed it also significantly reduced the circumference of the thighs.
Studies performed on the Verju have shown, "In contrast to other technologies, Verjú is non-invasive, safe and effective as a standalone procedure for significantly improving the appearance of cellulite after only two weeks."
Dr. Dalfino states, "Cellulite is present in 90 percent of post-adolescent women. Until now there has not been a proven non-invasive procedure to help with the appearance of cellulite, and other treatments on the market have all been temporary. Erchonia’s Verjú laser is now proven option to help with the appearance of those pesky dimples."
The Verju laser is a Cold Laser meaning that it is non-thermal and produces no heat, so patients do not feel anything while the procedure is performed. Treatments are typically 30 minutes long, and average two weeks in length. "We can actually target the areas that our patients want to work on," says Dr. Dalfino. "We contour the Verju to work on the pesky areas, on the midsection, buttocks, and thighs. Basically we have the ability to improve the appearance on the regions that interest our patients."
What Is Cellulite?
Cellulite can be described as a condition of uneven deposits of fat, water, and wastes that have become trapped in connective tissues of the body, just below the skin’s surface. It is not in the fat cells. Cellulite occurs primarily in the hips, knees, upper thighs, abdomen, buttocks and upper arms. According to cellulite experts, the biggest contributor toward a cellulite condition is poor blood circulation. Loss of blood flow to an area, whether from a lack of exercise, excessive sitting, clogged arteries, or nutrient deficiency, can have a disastrous impact on cellulite formation. As a result, cellulite generally accumulates in these areas where poor lymphatic flow and circulation occur. The amount of damage that inhibited blood and lymph flow can do in fragile connective tissue cannot be calculated but every system of the body is adversely affected when cleansing systems are reduced or blocked. Cellulite is not fat, but rather a toxic body condition combined with edema and a lack of circulation. A person does not have to be overweight to have cellulite—thin people are also affected. Cellulite does not respond to normal weight loss and exercise programs. 8 out of 10 women have cellulite, as well as many men, although less common.
There are 2 types of Cellulite
Dr. Dalfino is offering a free initial consultation to his office to see if you qualify for this life changing procedure. He can be reached at 203-922-9277. Connecticut Disc & Laser Therapy Centers is located at 61 Bridgeport Avenue in Shelton, CT. For more than 10 years, Dr. Dalfino has been dedicated to offering non-surgical solutions to today's chronic conditions, such as non-surgical spinal decompression with the DRX 9000 techonology, Laser treatments for chonic neck, shoulder, knee and ankle pain as well as carpal tunnel syndrome.
If you would like to learn more about the Verju Laser and see if you are a candidate for treatment, contact the Connecticut Disc & Laser Therapy Centers at 203-922-9277.
You can also learn more by visiting the Center's website at http://www.ctdisccenters.com.