For cellular Reduction, Scar Fading, and Soft Tissue Healing
Kinetic Pulse Therapy also known as Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology (EPAT), has been applied in medical settings for over 20 years. This FDA-approved advanced technology has been used with fantastic outcomes in many fields of medicine: urology, orthopedics, sports medicine, rehabilitation, gastroenterology, cardiology, and dermatology.
For aesthetics it is used to treat:
Sets of advanced proprietary kinetic pulse are produced from a “wand” that is placed against the treatment area. The pressure waves “penetrate” tissue to promote the activation of metabolic processes and connective tissue and to stimulate tissue repair and regeneration. It is completely non-invasive – no needles and no incisions – and has no side effects. Treatments take less than 15 minutes. Therapy involves a one or two treatments per week over the course of one to eight weeks. Depending on the treatment area, effects can last anywhere from 6 to 12 months. Some clients will receive treatment one time, while others may seek treatment bi-annually or annually.