MedSurge Advances Introduces Physicians to New Medical Technologies for Body Shaping and Weight Loss: The MedSpa Leader Unveils futureperfect(TM), an Exciting New Concept in Health and Fitness for Women, in a Series of Workshops

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MedSurge Advances, the nation's largest independent provider of aesthetic medicine products and services to physicians, will offer a series of educational workshops in 2007 to introduce doctors across the United States to a wholly new concept in health and fitness - the futureperfect Total Body Management Center.

futureperfect is not a gym. It's not a fad diet. It's a clinically tested, patent-pending medical concept offering women an alternative method for getting and staying in shape

    Utilizing breakthrough technologies from Europe and Japan, together with nutritional guidance and physician oversight, futureperfect Total Body Management Centers enable women to lose weight and shape their bodies without the need for strenuous workouts. The first futureperfect center will open at LakeSide Market in Plano, Tex., in May 2007, with a nationwide rollout to follow.

"futureperfect is not a gym. It's not a fad diet. It's a clinically tested, patent-pending medical concept offering women an alternative method for getting and staying in shape," said Scott Day, founder and chairman of MedSurge Advances. "Physicians across the country will soon be opening futureperfect centers."

The two-day physician workshops will take place in Dallas on the following dates: May 12-13; July 21-22; Sept. 29-30; Nov. 10-11, and Dec. 8-9. Doctors interested in learning more may visit or call 866.566.7097.

The workshop's faculty is led by Serge Mordon, Ph.D., research director for Inserm, the French public body for the study of human health. In 2007, Mordon received the prestigious Caroline and William Mark Memorial Award from the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery in recognition of his outstanding contributions to laser technology and patient care.

Other faculty members for the workshop include Scie Siems, M.D., Switzerland; Jason Holbrook, M.D., Atlanta, Ga.; and Pascal Servell, B.Sc., clinical director for MedSurge Advances.

Topics to be covered include:

-- The physiology of fat and cellulite and how physicians can impact it

-- Slimdome(TM), a heat-based therapy to help women shed fat without surgery

-- Acoustic Wave Therapy(TM) (AWT(TM)), a new treatment for smoothing dimpled skin

-- Vybe(TM), a biodynamic technology for targeted fat loss

-- MesoMassage(TM), a no-needle mesotherapy for contouring specific areas of the body

-- The role of nutrition in optimizing patient results

-- Steps to launching a futureperfect Total Body Management Center

-- Tour of the futureperfect center

MedSurge Advances offered a sneak preview of futureperfect technology in 2006 with the introduction of Acoustic Wave Therapy, a new treatment program to smooth and firm dimpled skin. Since AWT's introduction last September, more than 200 physicians nationwide have provided the therapy on a standalone basis to more than 1,800 patients.

AWT is only one of several new body-shaping and fat-burning technologies that will be part of futureperfect Total Body Management Centers.

About MedSurge Advances

Based in Dallas, MedSurge Advances helps physicians across the United States build and manage their practices in aesthetic medicine, one of the fastest-growing healthcare segments. Since its founding in 2002, MedSurge Advances has provided technology and business resources for hundreds of physicians who have started standalone businesses or added aesthetic procedures to their existing practices. For more information, contact MedSurge Advances at 972.720.0425, or visit

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