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Zerona Z6 Laser

The Zerona Z6 laser is the first non-invasive fat loss laser of its kind. Zerona allows you to target and emulsify excess fat. It takes inches off the waistline, hips, thighs, back, arms, chest, knees, ankles and bra fat area with its low-level laser technology. Just imagine going down a pants size, and all you have to do is lay down and relax for forty-minutes a few times a week. No restrictive diets or overly exerting workouts required - how easy is that!

FDA Approved 

The Zerona Z6 Laser has been scientifically proven effective through double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial testing. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) performed a multi-site clinical trial. During the two FDA trials, patients lost 3.5 and 3.7 inches without diet or exercise. It is important to note that results will vary from person to person.

How It Works 

The technology behind the Zerona Z6 laser works all the way down to the fat cellular level all while not disrupting the integrity of the capillaries or other vital cells within the interstitial space.  Transitory pore, the disruption of the fat membrane by releasing fat cell content, is achieved when utilizing the low-level laser stimulation that Zerona Z6 offers.

The procedure is virtually painless, and there is almost no downtime. It requires no surgery and no need for recovery afterward. One of the benefits is that each session takes less than an hour to complete! You will lie on a table for 20 minutes on each side while the six lasers are applied to the target areas simultaneously. Once you have completed your session, you can carry on and resume your day to day activities.

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  • "I am also a RN, and will recommend him to all my patients who are tired of living with pain. Life is meant to be enjoyed, and Dr. Justin can give us our life back."
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