health benefits of tickle lipo

4 Health Benefits of Tickle Lipo

Scott Brandt, M.D. Tickle Lipo, Weight Management

Liposculpture is commonly perceived as a procedure with benefits limited to contour improvement and quick weight loss. What are often overlooked are the positive health benefits of tickle lipo, an out-patient procedure offered at ThriveMD’s Vail Valley clinic. In this article, we are going to provide an overview of these health benefits. The following information is based on both external research and our own practice experience.

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1. Reduction in Harmful Blood Fat After Tickle Lipo

A plastic surgery study by World of Health Online quoted in LA Times suggests “the cosmetic procedure that removes fat from well-padded areas of the body may also reduce harmful fat circulating in the blood.” Serum triglycerides, were reduced by 43% among patients suffering from high triglyceride levels. The reduction is significantly greater than what is commonly achieved by cholesterol -lowering drugs. The findings support other studies claiming that fat deposited underneath the skin, which can be removed by Tickle Lipo, has a considerable metabolic role. There is a need for more research in the area, but the current findings lead to conclusions that Tickle Lipo decreases risks of “heart disease, stroke, diabetes”.

2. Reduction in Inflammatory Cells

In the same study, liposculpture was also found to decrease the count of inflammatory white cells. This additional finding is another potential reason that liposculpture may lead to a decreased risk of heart (cardiovascular) disease. The combination of lowering both trigylcerides and inflammation shows that there is a powerful cardiovascular benefit to liposuction.

3. Boost of Healthy Lifestyle

What is very common to see among patients after their Tickle Lipo procedure is a boost to their health as a result of both psychological and physical changes. Some of the change in psychological outlook comes from the positive feedback from friends and colleagues. People have the tendency to appreciate others’ concern about their own health and appearance. The patient may feel more attractive, enjoy increased confidence, have better work environment interaction, and an improved sex life. Additionally, we find psychological health benefits to quickly translate into a boost of motivation. Patients that have long felt stuck in their unhealthy routines may now embrace new healthy eating and exercising habits.

4. Boost of Mobility

A powerful physical health benefit of Tickle Lipo is improved mobility. Fat deposits around hips, other joints, and the abdominal area are now smaller and no longer restrain the patient from physical activity. Many patients can enjoy activities they could not engage in for years, or participate in sports they have not tried before. The fact that our clinic is based in the Vail Valley, where sports and recreation are an integral part of our social life, we see the physical benefit as a major contributor to increased quality of life. As our colleagues in the Tickle Lipo field note, Tickle Lipo patients walk with better posture and increased comfort.

More About Tickle Lipo

Tickle Lipo is a popular term for Nutational Infrasonic Liposculpture. The procedure, originating in Europe, is minimally invasive and uses an innovative low frequency, infrasonic vibration to remove the most stubborn and unwanted fat. This technique allows for excellent fat removal without damaging any of the surrounding tissues. Patients who enjoy this procedure range from those that have had years of troubling areas of unwanted fat, to those that exercise often but just cannot get rid of the extra inch. At ThriveMD, we treat both male and female patients.

Individual patient results may vary, and so to make sure that patients are happy with the results of their Tickle Lipo procedure, it is important to undergo a one-on-one consultation prior to making a decision. Post procedure, patients are followed clinically to assure maximum benefits are achieved.

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