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ZERONA is a new, FDA approved body-sculpting procedure designed to remove fat and contour the body without invasive surgery.

Unlike other procedures, Zerona Lipo Laser at ALL KARE allows the patient to continue their daily activities without interruptions from surgery, pain, or wounds.

According to the manufacturer, the ZERONA procedure was proven through a double blind, randomized, multi-site, and placebo controlled study in which patients averaged a loss of 3.5 inches total (meaning measurements were taken from all over the body), and some lost up to as much as 9 inches total compared to the placebo group that lost only a half an inch.

Zerona is six, quick and painless treatments - you simply lie under the Zerona Laser for 20 minutes on your front and 20 minutes on your back. And unlike minimally-invasive or traditional liposuction, Zerona allows you to continue your daily activities without any interruption

Freeze! Zap! Bye-Bye, Fat The Wall St. Journal - Sept. 14, 2010

zerona in the wall street journal

Fat cells, watch out. Two new devices — one that deflates fat cells, one that destroys them — have just been cleared for "body contouring" in doctors' offices by the Food and Drug Administration. Zerona is a low-level laser that rotates around the waist, hips and thighs, forcing the fat cells to empty in a matter of weeks. In both cases, there are no incisions, no downtime and no need for anesthesia.

Scapel News - Lasered Thin Allure Magazine - Aug. 2009

zerona in the wall street journal

A low-level cool laser, which presents no risk of burning the skin because no heat is involved, is being studied as a noninvasive treatment for excess body fat. The Zerona device (which has FDA approval for other uses) deflates fat cells in targeted areas, releasing the fat into surrounding tissue to be burned off naturally by the body, according to the manufacturer, Erchonia. A clinical trial found that patients treated six times in two weeks, with no changes in diet, lost an average of 3.6 inches combined in the waist, hips, and thighs, versus 0.6 inches with a placebo treatment, says Steven Shanks, president of Erchonia. "The reported results are intriguing,".

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