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“Anyone who wants to be free from unsightly dimples on their thighs and buttocks in the summer needs to declare war now.”
Glamour (UK) includes EPAT in its article on the latest methods to treat connective tissue disorders.Glamour -
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This (EPAT procedure) is great for anyone with cellulite, stretch marks or loose skin with a course of 8-10 being recommended for best results.”ZEST -
“In my early 20s my thighs were smooth and bump free but in recent years the dreaded orange peel has begun to make its mark…A course of 8 to 10 treatments with maintenance every 6 months is recommended. I have recently started my course and have already noticed an improvement. By the time next summer comes around I am hoping my legs will be more delicious than dimply!”Vicky Eldridge - Cosmetic News, editor
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“The technology uses the body’s repair mechanisms to tighten tissue–EPAT’s mechanical stimulus convert into chemical activity, breaking up connective tissue, accelerating lymphatic flow, enhancing metabolic activity and stimulating fat breakdown.”Body Language Journal -
“Compared to other treatment modalities, EPAT offers a decisive advantage: it induces neoangiogenesis in the target area and this provides long-term treatment success.”Authors M. Adatto, K. Russe-Wilfingseder, K. Raegener - From Multidisciplinary Medical Applications by H. Lohrer and L. Gerdesmeyer
“EPAT represents a valuable addition to the range of treatments for connective tissue disorders that can be performed on an outpatient basis.”Dr. Gerhard Sattler - Rosenpark Clinic