Cryolipolysis Training Manual

Provides theoretical knowledge and understanding of the process and procedure to the Cryolipolysis treatment including anatomy and lymphatic system and equipment used for successful results.


Cryolipolysis Training Manual

It is important to note that Cryolipolysis treatment is not suitable for those who are obese and have a lot of fat to lose – it is designed to improve the appearance of small, localised areas and should be not be thought of as a weight-loss solution.

Safe and cost-effective Toning and sculpting effect No downtime required Can be uncomfortable but not considered painful Suitable for men and women PERFORMED BY TRAINED, CERTIFIED PRACTITIONERS Cryolipolysis Treatment.

During the cryolipolysis treatment, patients can relax, read, listen to music, surf the internet, make calls, sleep or watch a film while the cryolipolysis device treats the fat cells.

What are the advantages of cryolipolysis?

There are many advantages to cryolipolysis:

No surgical incision is required.

It is a low risk procedure. There is no risk of infection.

The procedure can be performed on an outpatient basis.

Patients do not need to be sedated or anesthetized before undergoing the procedure.

More than one area of the body may be treated in a single session.

Most people can resume their normal daily activities immediately after treatment.

The procedure can be performed on people of all ages.

There is no damage to nerve fibers, blood vessels, muscles, or lasting damaging to skin in the treatment area.

Fat cells that have been damaged or destroyed are permanently removed from the body.

Patients may experience an increase in self-esteem due to an improvement in their appearance.

What is cryolipolysis?

Cryolipolysis, commonly referred to as fat freezing, is a nonsurgical fat reduction procedure that uses cold temperature to reduce fat deposits in certain areas of the body. The procedure is designed to reduce localized fat deposits or bulges that do not respond to diet and exercise. It is not intended for people who are obese or significantly overweight

What areas of the body are best suited for cryolipolysis?

The Food and Drug Administration has approved cryolipolysis to treat fat deposits beneath the chin, upper arms, inner and outer thighs, abdomen, hip/flank (“love handles”), upper back (“brassiere rolls”), lower back, and underneath the buttocks.

How are fat cells destroyed?

The technique is based on the finding that fat cells are more susceptible to damage from cold temperatures than other cells, such as skin cells. The cold temperature injures the fat cells. The injury triggers an inflammatory response by the body, which results in the death of the fat cells. Macrophages, a type of white blood cells and part of the body’s immune system, is “called to the injury location,” to rid the dead fat cells and debris from the body.

Cryolipolysis is a safe and effective treatment for fat loss without the downtime of liposuction or surgery.

Cryolipolysis Training Manual Questions


1. What does the term “cryolipolysis” mean?

Cryolipolysis, commonly referred to as fat freezing, is a nonsurgical fat reduction procedure that uses cold temperature to reduce fat deposits in certain areas of the body.

2. How long will I feel soreness following my cryolipolysis treatments?

According to the Center for Aesthetics, it can take two to four months before you see the full results of your cryolipolysis treatment. You shouldn’t have long-term discomfort for this entire time, but you may have side effects for a few weeks after treatment.

3. Is there any pain associated with cryolipolysis procedure?

Pain is primarily experienced during the procedure itself. It’s possible to feel pain from the numbness caused by the cooling sensations from the freezing applicator used during the procedure. You may also feel slight pinching and pulling sensations as the fat cells are frozen and pulled out.

4. Will I see immediate cryolipolysis results?

The results of your body sculpting treatment will not appear immediately. When you are treated, the fat cells in the target area are destroyed and your lymphatic system naturally removes the cells from the body.

5. Are there side effects to cryolipolysis?

Rarely, cryolipolysis can cause mild or moderate pain afterward. You’re also at a slight risk of nerve pain. Sometimes your skin can look less smooth afterward. Less than 1% of people who get it done have a complication called paradoxical fat hyperplasia.

6. Where can I find information about the cryolipolysis procedure?

You can find out more about cryolipolysis by visiting WEBMD

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