Endermotherapy is a treatment for pathological and aesthetic changes in the connective tissue. Endermotherapy is performed with an LPG device, for example, in oedema therapy. We work with Integral professional laser equipment.
By the way, did you know that LPG stands for Louis Paul Guitay? That’s the inventor of this technique. In combination with a vacuum massage, the LPG device uses rolling and kneading movements. This affects the connective tissue, blood vessels and the lymphatic system.
Endermotherapy is used to treat lymphedema and lipedema, burn scars, hypertrophic and atrophic scars, fibrosis, scleroderma, scleroedema, pre- and post-treatment of surgical procedures (such as liposuction), lipohypotrophy (e.g. caused by frequent injections in diabetes) and adhesions in the subcutaneous (connective) tissue. Endmotherapy can also be used to treat pain in muscles and joints.
Endermotherapy can also be used for cosmetic purposes. Endermotherapy is used, for example, as a lipomassage for sagging skin and cellulite. This is considered an intensive connective tissue massage.
Depending on the condition, endermotherapy is chosen and applied to the skin in the most effective way. This will always involve vacuuming the skin and applying rolling and kneading movements.
The treatment area will be determined in consultation with the skin therapist
The skin therapist will apply endermotherapy to the treatment area
The skin therapist will discuss home exercises, exercise advice and dietary advice with you
After a number of treatments the progress of the treatments will be evaluated
Frequently Asked Questions
Endermotherapy – medical
Depending on the condition, your treatment may be eligible for reimbursement from your supplementary health insurance.
If it is a cosmetic procedure, the health insurance will not reimburse the costs.
The connective tissue becomes smoother and softer. Blockages decrease or disappear, and blood and lymph circulation is greatly promoted.
We see good results in patients suffering from oedema, lipoedema and/or fibrosis.
Thanks to the intensive connective tissue massage, circulation is intensively stimulated, fat deposits are massaged away and waste products are discharged directly and more rapidly.
We are increasingly applying the LPG device to our oedema therapy, with great success!
Patients with scars also benefit greatly from this endermology treatment. This is because the scar tissue becomes smoother at an accelerated rate.
Thanks to the intensive massage with the help of the LPG device, the bad collagen is broken down so that the good, smooth collagen can replace it more quickly.
Of course, the extra blood circulation also means that the waste materials are discharged more quickly and the nutrients are supplied more quickly.
The overall process of scar improvement is greatly improved thanks to the endermology treatment using the LPG device.
The treatment can be considered sensitive. Endermotherapy is a connective tissue massage that can have an effect on deeper tissues, this may not always be experienced as pleasant.
Endermotherapy is applied to lymphedema and lipedema, burn scars, hypertrophic and atrophic scars, fibrosis, scleroderma, scleroedema, pre- and post-treatment of surgical procedures (such as liposuction), lipohypotrophy (e.g. as a result of frequent injections in diabetes) and adhesions in the subcutaneous (connective) tissue. In addition, endermotherapy can be used for pain in muscles and joints.
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Special arrangements apply to the above treatments. Every health insurance company has a fixed rate for these therapies.
For chronic conditions, the first 20 treatments are covered by the additional package; from the 21st treatment onwards, the treatments are covered by the basic health insurance. If there is no supplementary insurance, the first 20 treatments are at your own expense, after which a claim can be made under the basic insurance.
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