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Rediscovering Health: A Deep Dive into Fat Loss Lasers and Their Potential

Video Summary:

Hello to all health enthusiasts and curious minds! Vanessa here, the UK sales and operations manager for Erchonia, and today I’m accompanied by the insightful Dr. Eric Reis. We’re excited to shed light on an intriguing topic that garnered much attention during our recent Aesthetic Medicine Live event – using your very own fat to regain health.

Meet the Expert: Dr. Eric Reis

Dr. Reis, hailing originally from the States and now a close associate of ours in the UK, has spent a decade diving deep into the nuances of complex neurological conditions, including concussions, brain injuries, strokes, and regenerative conditions. In recent years, he’s also ventured into the aesthetic world, emphasizing the deep connection between our brain and body. With Erchonia’s groundbreaking laser technology, Dr. Reis has witnessed profound clinical results, both in pain alleviation and aesthetic enhancement.

The Misunderstood Role of Fat Cells

Traditionally, both practitioners and patients have gravitated towards methods aimed at destroying fat cells, perceiving it as the optimal route. But should we reconsider this approach?

Dr. Reis educates us on the essential role of fat cells. Beyond the perceived aesthetic implications, fat cells:

  • Store toxins.
  • Release hormones.
  • Act as metabolic powerhouses.
  • Offer protection and insulation for various tissues.

Interestingly, an obese individual doesn’t possess more fat cells than a lean person; their fat cells simply store more fat, expanding in size.

Current Trends and Their Implications


A popular procedure, liposuction physically removes fat but comes with various consequences:

  • Pain due to nerve damage.
  • Excessive bleeding.
  • Aesthetic imperfections post-surgery.
  • Scarring, leading to potential uneven fat distribution.
  • Re-emergence of fat cells.


Another renowned method, CoolSculpting, entails freezing and destroying fat cells. While seemingly effective, it too presents downsides:

  • Pain and discomfort.
  • Peripheral bruising.
  • Potential return of lost fat cells.

The Erchonia® Difference

Erchonia’s fat loss lasers differ by emitting wavelengths to create pores in the fat cells, letting free fatty acids escape. This innovative, non-invasive approach ensures fat doesn’t return post-procedure. But how can we be sure these fatty acids aren’t reabsorbed? Research by Erchonia provides concrete evidence against such reabsorption.

Inflammation: The Root of All Diseases?

The chronic inflammation that afflicts many can be a precursor to myriad health issues. Lasers, specifically those by Erchonia, can counteract this through mechanisms like reactive oxygen species production at low doses and nitric oxide generation, which dilates blood vessels to enhance tissue perfusion.

The Importance of Frequency and Wavelength

The effectiveness of any laser boils down to its frequency and wavelength. Erchonia’s commitment to rigorous research ensures their lasers provide genuine results, transforming skeptical views about the too-good-to-be-true notion.

Depth of Penetration

While some critics point to the penetration depth as a potential limitation, Dr. Reis emphasizes the cellular-level impact of Erchonia’s lasers. The key lies in the cell-to-cell communication, with every cell functioning like a network node.

Embracing the Erchonia® Journey

For aesthetic clinics or individuals contemplating the Erchonia approach, it’s crucial to remain curious, ask questions, and consider both past experiences and potential future benefits. The proof, as they say, is in the pudding—or in this case, the laser.

Remember, our health is a reflection of our choices, combined with the tools and knowledge at our disposal. Erchonia lasers present a promising tool, waiting to be harnessed. Why not give it a shot?

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