The Best Fat Freezing Technology CRYO-CURVE is the most advanced device allows not only performing Cryolipolysis alone, but also treating under Thermal-Shock therapy according to very precise time, speed, temperature, energy rates piloted automatically through software.
Thermal Shock Lipolysis Technology
Thermal shock lipolysis also called thermal contrast lipolysis, which combined two sources (Cryolipolysis and Hyperthermia), The target area is treated with a triple thermal shock of heating – cooling- heating, applied for a specific duration by using sophisticated automated software in a dynamic, sequential and temperature-controlled manner.
How Does It Works
The area is covered with a short heating treatment to approx. heated to 42℃ to 45℃.
A thermo-shock effects caused by the fast changes from heat to cold on the treated tissue. The treated tissue is optimal chilled and preserved a viscosity similar to one piece of butter.
The relaxation procedure – Heating
In the final heating phase, it comes to a rapid transition from cold to heat. This is to improve blood circulation and metabolism stimulated.
The crystallized fat cells then undergo apoptosis, and they are naturally eliminated from the body by its metabolic processes.
The treatment results turn out to be positive and a significant reduction on the treated adipose tissue.
How is our Fat freezing Applicators different from other technologies
We Cryo-Curve has 4D Surrounded Cooling Applicator covered with high quality silicone-covered cooling cup designed with 100% cooling effective surface, ensures more than twice of the cooling effective coverage compared with other typical cryo devices. The excellent management of the cooling allows shorter session with high patient satisfaction rate.
Cryo-Curve equips with 7 ergonomic heads in five size to choose from, which adapt to the anatomy and needs of any area: abdomen, arms, armpits, double chin, buttocks, flanks, bra line, inner and outer thighs, knees. Cryo-Curve cooling cups are ergonomically designed to adhere to each curve of the body, optimized to achieve desired outcomes from head to toe.
Who is eligible for this treatment
• A person who is in relatively good shape, but who has some modest deposits of unwanted fat.
• A person seeking spot reduction of specific areas of fat.
• If the target area is thin, treatment may not be appropriate and clinical results may greatly vary
Which areas can be targeted with your advance Fat freezing technology
• Common applications are shown below:
1) Is Crypo-curve fat freezing treatment safe ?
CRYO-CURVE is also based on fat freezing technology or also referred as cryolipolysis which nonsurgical, completely non-invasive and safe procedure. You can get back to your normal routine right after the treatment.
What would I feel during this cryolipolysis or fat freezing treatment procedure?
During the procedure, the patient will feel a moderate amount of discomfort for the first ten minutes, but this will steadily diminish as the tissue becomes numb from the cold applicator. When the applicator is first applied, the feeling is that of the skin being pulled strongly into a vacuum.
When the cooling process begins, there may be a stinging or cold sensation for the first ten minutes. The patient should then feel quite comfortable for the remainder of the treatment.
2) What are the Contraindications for this treatment.
This treatment is generally safe for all, our health coaches and physiotherapist are DHA certified and well trained. They will perform a detailed health assessment with and accordingly a customised slimming treatment plan will be prescribed based on your health and medical history. The general Contraindications are as follows:
• Surgical or other open wounds less than 14 days old.
• Hypersensitivity to cold, such as Raynaud’s phenomenon, cold urticaria, cryoglobulinemia, and paroxysmal cold haemoglobinuria.
• Angina pectoris or any cardiac disease.
• Degenerating peripheral nerves.
• Varicose veins
• Uncontrolled Diabetes
• Severe Skin conditions (rashes or open wounds)
3) What precautions should I take during the Fat freezing treatment course.
Patients can live a normal healthy lifestyle during and post the treatment. Patients going through our treatment course are asked to follow customised guildlines accordingly to their health and medical history. Generic guildlines which are usually applicable are as follows:
Life style: Maintain Healthy life style and follow the customized diet plan prepared by our DHA Certified dietitions.
Avoid certain medication after consulting your doctor.
Aspirin – If the patient is taking any amount of aspirin on a daily basis, it may be appropriate to continue to take it under medical supervision and with the treating practitioner’s knowledge. However, if the patient is taking aspirin purely for prophylactic reasons, it should be discontinued 10 days before CRYO-CURVE treatment. If the patient is taking Coumadin, you should consult with the prescribing doctor regarding whether or not it should be discontinued for the procedure.
Supplements – Vitamin E, Ginseng, Garlic tablets and Gingko Biloba should be discontinued two days before a procedure.
Pain Relief – Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents, such as Motrin, Ibuprofen, Advil, Celebrex, Nuprin, Feldene, Clinoril, Alleve, Naroprosyn, or Anaprox must be discontinued two days before CRYO-CURVE treatment. This will assist in minimising any chance of bruising. Patients can resume these medications the day following treatment.
Alcohol – Alcoholic beverages such as beer, wine and liquor is recommended to be avoided prior to the procedure. Patients may resume them the day after the procedure.
Clothing – Patients should be instructed to wear loose, comfortable clothing on the day of their CRYO-CURVE procedure. There may be post-procedure swelling, and as the numbness wears off, the patient may be aware of some discomfort in the treated area. Trousers with tight waistbands, belts, and other restrictive clothing should be avoided.
Pain – If the patient experiences pain after treatment, recommend Extra Strength Tylenol. Avoid NSAIDS and Aspirin until the day after CRYO-CURVE treatment. A compression garment may be given to patients, and this will help reduce discomfort. Patients should expect some discomfort after the procedure; however, if this becomes intolerable, they should contact their practitioner for advice.
Activities – Since the CRYO-CURVE procedure is non-invasive, patients may resume normal activities immediately. They should continue to wear comfortable clothing for the first 2 days, then gradually return to more fitted clothing as the body tolerates it.
How long will it take to show visible difference after the fat freezing treatment – Patients should see results as early as three weeks after treatment. More dramatic results should be apparent after two months, and improvement should continue for a further two months or more. The body will continue to flush out the fat cells for up to three months, so improvement should continue through that time period. The result of CRYO-CURVE treatment is the elimination of the treated fat cells. The patient should be encouraged to maintain a healthy regimen of diet and exercise in order to enjoy the full long-term benefits of treatment.
4) FAQ – Thermal Cryo – (We use this for Fat freezing with hot and cold thermal effect)
Q: Should patients avoid any medications when undergoing thermal Cryo procedures?
A: Patients should cease taking any medications that affect blood circulation 10 days before treatment. Over-the-counter medications such as aspirin, anti-inflammatories and fish oil supplements could make bruising more likely and should not be taken for 10 days before treatment.
Q: What is a normal response after the thermal Cryo procedure?
A: After the treatment finishes, the area may feel tender or stiff. Some patients can observe redness in the treated area, but this typically fades in a few hours. Patients are free to engage in normal activities immediately after the treatment.
Q: What results should be expected from thermal Cryo treatment?
A: Patients should normally see a noticeable improvement in the treated area after 6 weeks. Remaining fat cells continue to be gradually eliminated from the body, resulting in further fat reduction. The full benefit of the treatment should be seen after 90 days, at which point the practitioner can determine whether another treatment is needed.
Q: What is Apoptosis?
A: Apoptosis is the process of programmed cell death (PCD) that may occur in multicellular organisms. Biochemical events lead to characteristic cell changes (morphology) and death; other cells clean away the dead cells, leaving no trace of them in the body.
Q: How much is the size of the treated area likely to reduce?
A: Studies indicate that one session (applying one applicator) can reduce the size by 2 to 3 centimeter. Given that thermal Cryo has four applicators, it is possible to reduce the size by twice of the abdominal areas and thighs in a same session.
Q: How long does a thermal Cryo treatment take?
A: CRYO-CURVE treatment takes 35-60 minutes. The practitioner should determine the time and level of procedure according to the targeted area. The patient can relax, sleep, read or listen to music in a comfortable position during the treatment.
It is important not to exceed the recommended treatment time.
Q: How many treatments are needed?
A: It depends on the thickness of the fat. Thermo-Cryo treatment can be repeated on the same area after 2-3 weeks gap.
1) Normal response vs. side effects of Thermo-Crypo
• Heat – The treatment area will be heated first for 2-3 mins so pain may feel like discomfort or little burning sensation.
• Chilling: During the CRYO-CURVE procedure, the patient will feel a moderate amount of discomfort for the first 10 minutes. This will steadily decrease as the tissue becomes numb from the cold applicator.
• Erythema (redness): The treated area may exhibit erythema immediately following the treatment. This typically resolves within a day of treatment.
• Bruising: Mild bruising, which is caused by strong suction to soft tissue blood vessels, may occasionally occur and typically resolves within 2-3 weeks of treatment.
• Discomfort: Initial discomfort may be experienced during the first 10 minutes of the procedure.
• Numbness: The patient could experience a temporary dulling of sensation in the treated area. This can occur up to 2-4 weeks after the procedure.
• Itchy feeling: A mild itchiness may occur in the treated area that may last 2-4 weeks after the procedure.
• Stiffness: The patient’s skin may feel sensitive to touch following the procedure. This is a normal and temporary response.