Shockwave Therapy

Non-invasive, safe and effective cellulite treatment

Anti-ageing shockwave therapy is an advanced, non-invasive treatment that is used for the reduction of cellulite and other skin and body benefits.

Shockwave therapy:

– non-invasive

– no anesthesia required

– no risk of infection

– no scarring

– no downtime

– over 80% patient satisfaction

– cost effective

– faster, easier healing


Shockwave therapy is a most advanced and effective non-invasive treatment. It uses pressure waves to stimulate the metabolism, enhance blood circulation and accelerate healing.

Shockwave therapy was originally developed to treat injuries and chronic pain in joints and muscles. It not only improves mobility, healing. People also saw a reduction in cellulite. This non-invasive procedure represents a proven treatment option for a broad range of conditions and is extremely versatile.

Shockwave therapy is used to treat cellulite wherever it appears on the body – especially on the outer and inner thigh area and buttocks. Shockwave therapy is one of our most powerful therapeutic tools for  cellulite. It works by sending pressure waves to the lower layers of tissue through a series of acoustic pulses that stimulate fat breakdown, collagen synthesis, and lymphatic drainage.


  • Detailed discussion of your observations and wishes
  • Thorough examination
  • Holistic assessment of your health
  • Diagnosis
  • Discussion of treatment options
  • Personalised treatment plan
  • Treatment
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Shock wave therapy involves the transmission of energy or pressure pulses of large then small amplitude into a localised area. The high energy shockwaves produced were initially used for various treatments including kidney stones, erectile dysfunction, and chronic joint pain.

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It takes several treatments to see good results from shockwave therapy. This is because it takes time for the stimulation of collagen to result in more toned and elastic skin. The effect is achieved by causing minor tears or injury to the connective tissues where cellulite has collected. The broken up fat cells are then drained away through stimulated blood and lymphatic circulation.

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It is a painless procedure but may cause minimal discomfort due to the vibrations. You may also feel some tenderness at the treatment area after the session, but this should entirely disappear within 48 hours. Any discomfort can be effectively treated with over the counter pain relievers. Some people may also experience some redness or bruising for up to 10 days after sessions.

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Research suggests that the therapy may stimulate the metabolism of fat cells and that reduced oxidative stress may be a factor. It has also been suggested that the shockwaves generated have a mechanical effect that causes tissues to loosen yet strengthen as they resist and contract. It promotes denser elastin which results in a firmer yet flexible skin.

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A handheld soundwave device is used to generate, direct, and send pressure waves into the lower layers of tissue through acoustic pulses. The intensity of the pulses and length of the session will depend on the severity of cellulite being treated and the patient’s tolerance to the therapy. The treatment is mainly used to address cellulite conditions on the thigh and buttock areas.

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The full effect of this treatment will likely be realised as much as 3 months after treatment begins. By then the injured tissue will have been expelled and new healthier tissue will have taken its place. Treatment sessions will often last about 20 minutes, with a full treatment series requiring 6-12 sessions carried out twice a week. The most visible results can be seen after 4-5 treatments, but even greater improvement can be achieved with more sessions.

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