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Cellulite and Lymphedema

THE BONORI METHOD
TREATMENT OF CELLULITE AND LYMPHEMA

The Bonori Cellulite Method comes from twenty years of experience and at first uses shock waves in one session, and then the Tecar-therapy for connective massage…

BONORI METHOD FOR CELLULITE AND LYMPHEMA

Cellulite from a medical point of view is sclerotic fiber edema panniculosis and is a subcutaneous tissue pathology characterized by fatty hypertrophy of cells, imbalance of the lymphatic venous system, which leads to a slowdown of blood flow and fluid retention in tissues.

These are pathological conditions that eventually get worse, so they need to be treated with individual programs and by specialized medical personnel, who can use not only aesthetic technologies, but also more effective electromechanical ones.

The Bonori Cellulite Method comes from twenty years of experience and at first uses shock waves in one session, and then the Tecar-therapy for connective massage. It is primarily processed in the abdominal cavity, stimulating neuroleptic and neurovascular points, reflecting the advantage of fluid circulation in the lower limbs. In particular, visceral fat is reduced by physical therapy and massage. Visceral fat is the subject of numerous scientific studies that lead to the conclusion that it may be one possible cause “of systemic inflammation that leads to numerous degenerative (e.g. cellulite), neurodegenerative, and dysmetabolic diseases. This surprising method stimulates the whole body to neurovegetic, metabolic and hormonal rebalance.

The consequence is a collective improvement in the circulation of liquids with a significant increasing of microcirculation and an exceptional drainage effect. In a short time, the benefit is evident not only in the treatment of cellulite, lymphedema and venous stasis, but also in general on human health and energy.

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