Ultrasound Cavitation

Hi all,

I was wondering if someone has been on an Ultrasound Cavitation, so can share their experience. 

I am planning to undergo this procedure, but having a pacemaker is a contraindication. 

I have asked the technition who is doing the procedure, and she told me that since I am planning to do my legs on the back side and my buttocks, there will be no affection on the pacemaker's work, because it is not near it. 

What do you think?

Thanks a lot.

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5 Comments

Ultrasound Cavitation?

by AgentX86 - 2021-06-03 20:42:59

What does your EP say?  Any procedure should be run by your EP.  He should be the last word.

ask your doctor

by Tracey_E - 2021-06-04 09:59:37

Sometimes things like that are ok on extremeties but not the torso, so definitely ask your doctor. 

A DOCTOR HAS BEEN ASKED.

by Meri - 2021-06-04 11:45:22

Hey, I asked my doctor, and he said it probably wont have any affection, but it sounded like he wasn't sure enough. But, he also said, it is Ok, since it is not near the PM, so I will make a try. If I feel something like dizzness or similar I will definitely stop the procedure. 

Thanks a lot.

Depends

by ROBO Pop - 2021-06-04 19:51:50

On how long your legs are...

:-)

by Meri - 2021-06-08 05:52:42

Well, if the comments for the length of my legs is a joke ok, but if you wrrote it for a seriously, then I am not a tall girl, and the place where the cavitation will be done, is distanced more than 40 cm. What do you think?!

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