Anti-fibrosclerotic effects of shock wave therapy in lipedema and cellulite.

@article{Siems2005AntifibroscleroticEO,
  title={Anti-fibrosclerotic effects of shock wave therapy in lipedema and cellulite.},
  author={Werner G. Siems and T. Grune and Peter Voss and Rainer Brenke},
  journal={BioFactors},
  year={2005},
  volume={24 1-4},
  pages={275-82}
}
In vivo measurements in 26 female patients with lipedema and cellulite parameters were carried out before and after therapy by means of complex physical decongestive therapy (CPDT) including manual lymph drainage and compression as main components and/or shock wave therapy (SWT). Oxidative stress parameters of blood serum and biomechanic skin properties/smoothening of dermis and hypodermis surface were evaluated. Oxidative stress in lipedema and cellulite was demonstrated by increased serum… CONTINUE READING

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