With summer being around the corner, many of your patients, and potential patients are looking for ways to get their bodies looking better for the warm weather. As a healthcare practitioner, you should consider offering low level laser therapy for weight loss into your clinic or practice.
The use of low level laser therapy for weight loss has become the go-to treatment for people looking for a non-invasive treatment for body fat reduction.
Unlike procedures like liposuction, LLLT is a non-invasive procedure with no side-effects or downtime, which means after treatment, your patients can continue with the rest of their day.
LLLT involves the use of low-intensity lasers or light-emitting diodes (LEDs) to stimulate the body’s tissues. The therapy aims to increase cellular energy production, which can lead to improved metabolic activity and cellular function.
LLLT uses laser light to penetrate the skin and promote the breakdown of fat cells, which are then eliminated from the body. LLLT can increase blood flow and stimulate the lymphatic system, aiding in the removal of fat and toxins from the body. Additionally, LLLT helps to reduce inflammation, which is a common contributing factor to obesity and weight gain.
Low level laser therapy can be used on almost any area of the body, including abdomen, buttocks, hips, back, and thighs.
If you are interested in offering your patients, and potential patients, a safe and non-invasive way to reduce body fat, low level laser therapy for weight loss could be your solution. Contact us today at 1-800-657-6009 or email@example.com to learn more about purchase and leasing options for the Emerald, Verjú, and the Zerona Z6 lasers. We can provide your with pricing and financial options.
We can also discuss what current providers are currently charging for treatment packages and the price point that has been effective for maintaining profitability and achieving success with your patients.
We are excited to help your grow your business with our state of the art Erchonia fat reduction lasers. By becoming a provider you can start offering this safe and effective fat loss treatment to your patients.