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What is Body endermologie®/endermotherapie and How Does it Work?

March 15, 2018

Are you ready for that big day?

Reduce your cellulite and body fat with Body endermologie® and you’ll feel more confident than ever.

What is Body endermologie®?

A safe, FDA-cleared massage treatment, Endermologie uses a patented roller system to reduce the appearance of cellulite. There’s no need for invasive surgery: you can leave the salon straight after your treatment!

The treatment is 100% natural and uses no chemicals, and can be used to treat any area of the body – even the face.

What Does Endermologie do?

This massage-based beauty treatment reduces the appearance of cellulite and tones the skin, without any invasive procedures or long recovery times.

After a series of sessions, you’ll notice a reduction in the appearance of cellulite and see that your skin looks more radiant. Once you’ve achieved the desired look with your first Endermologie course (usually takes about 12-16 sessions), you can book individual sessions to optimize and continue to improve on the initial results.

How Does it Work?

Endermologie Body endermologie® stimulates dormant cells by using a patented roller and pulsation technologies. The rollers and suction system manually stimulate fat cells for deep tissue mobilization to reduce the appearance of cellulite.

It improves lymphatic circulation, tones the skin, and also contributes to a 70% increase in the release of fat cells, also known as lipolysis*. The roller movements help to re-densify your skin, too, with studies showing increases in elastin (+45.6%), type 1 collagen (+7.8%)**with Body endermologie®.

Does Body endermologie® Hurt?

Body endermologie® is non-invasive and doesn’t hurt.  It may feel like a strange sensation at first, but it is not painful. Many people even find the massage is extremely relaxing.

The sessions will always be carried out by a fully trained professional, so you can lay back and relax during your treatment.

Body endermologie® is entirely non-aggressive too, so you won’t be left with any visible bruising or have long recovery times (unlike traditional liposuction or cool sculpting).

How Long Does a Session Take?

A single session of Endermologie takes about half an hour to an hour depending on special areas of focus and it is recommended the first time you try this treatment that you book at least six to ten sessions to see the best results.

Your first session will take a little longer as your treatment specialist gets to know you and your specific needs.  Be sure to allow some time to register and discuss your treatment needs with your specialist, so that they can make sure you’re getting the most out of your Body endermologie® sessions.

Who Should Try Endermologie?

Body endermologie® is suitable for a wide range of people, from busy moms and dads with little time to exercise, to people who just need a little extra help alongside a new or existing healthy lifestyle or nutritional regimen to reduce the appearance of their cellulite and contour the body. 

The massage-based treatment can also be used by those with sports and rehabilitation goals in mind.

Edermologie also has overall wellness benefits for those suffering from Lymphedema, connective tissue pain issues such as Fibromyalgiaj,  TMJ and Migraine Headaches.

Get in touch today to find out more.

Face Endermologie

February 14, 2018

Face Endermologie® is a Facial Rejuvination treatment that is the alternative to invasive facial procedures, like surgery, lasers and fillers, with ZERO downtime!

The LPG® treatment head equipped with Motorized Pulsating Flap technology stimulates the fibroblasts (skin cells), which are responsible for the natural production of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid – substances that are essential for skin firmness, volume and suppleness.




Skin Toning

Enhance Skin Radiance

Fluid Mobilization

Eye Circles and Puffiness

Loose and Sagging Skin Including Hands

Fine Lines and Wrinkles



increased firmness by + 53%

increased skin thickness by + 240%

decreased nasolabial fold by - 43%

Facial aging can be caused by multiple factors, including hormonal changes, the decline of cellular structures, genetics, as well as external factors such as smoking, pollution, sun damage,  poor diet or dehydration.

These factors often lead to wrinkles, saggy or drooping jowls, neck & eyelids,  blemishes and dry, rough skin.

The changes that occur in our skin structure with aging affect all three layers of the skin; the epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous layers, however the dermis is most affected, losing anywhere from 20-80% of its thickness over time. As a result, the skin begins to thin and becomes more fragile.

So what exactly happens to allow this deterioration?

-Fibroblasts are responsible for producing the basic building blocks of the dermis: collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid. They are the principal active cells of connective tissue.

- Collagen keeps skin looking young and gives it firmness and elasticity.  It is a protein that ‘holds’ the skin together.

- Elastin gives skin its elasticity and rebound after stretching or contracting skin. 

It is a highly-elastic protein found in connective tissue.

- Hyaluronic acid helps retain water and keeps the skin hydrated so plays an enormous role in cell growth and renewal. 

The number and proliferation of fibroblasts in the dermis decreases progressively as we age as does the associated production of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid. After age 20, a person produces approximately 1% less collagen in the skin each year. By age 40, almost 50% of all  hyaluronic acid in the body is located in the epidermal and subcutaneous skin layers.

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January 15, 2018

EndermoTherapy is a mechanized, negative pressure, therapeutic massage modality that was first developed in France. As EndermoTherapists, we use a state of the art, negative pressure, hand-held, motorized treatment head with specially designed rollers that gently lift and stretch our clients’ fascia while massaging the muscles, stimulating the venous and lymphatic systems, and eliminating toxins.

This therapy helps to release tension in the muscle tissue fibers and forces lactic acid removal, helping to downsize or offset delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS). 

An EndermoTherapy session can be 30 or 60 minutes long, and is well-suited for sports training, detoxifying, or a quick, relaxing massage. Each session is tailored to your needs and goals, which may include improved sports performance, pain relief, or improved circulation & energy. Our goal is simple, to help you meet your goals!

EndermoTherapy is a very powerful circulatory and lymphatic massage that may increase your blood flow by approximately 400% for up to 6 hours and increase your lymphatic drainage by approximately 300% for up to 3 hours

EndermoTherapy corrects muscular and soft-tissue problems caused by adhesion formation from acute injuries, repetitive trauma and/or constant pressure and tension as it simultaneously enhances circulation, reduces muscle tension, and removes lactic acid and other inflammatory toxins. The therapeutic uses of EndermoTherapy treatments are many and varied.

This is a personalized treatment adapted to the skin sensitivity of each individual client, and so it is never painful. Most love the gentle lift and stretch of the massage.

Fascia is a body system in itself. It is a web of tiny fluid-filled micro tubules that exist in a multidimensional structure surrounding every cell in our body. Fascia is what composes over 80% of what we consider muscle tissue. It is such a strong fiber that it may exert a pressure of 2000 lbs per square inch when it becomes tight or bound. The techniques required to treat this tissue must be much different from those that treat other systems and areas of the body, and EndermoTherapy is one modality that is particularly well-suited for addressing fascial restrictions.

In addition to being a valuable component of athletic training, EndermoTherapy can also prove to be useful in addressing the symptoms of fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia is a common condition characterized by long-term, body-wide pain and tender points in joints, muscles, tendons, and other soft tissues. Fibromyalgia has also been linked to fatigue, joint stiffness, sleep problems, headaches, numbness in hands and feet, depression, and anxiety. The symptoms of fibromyalgia may be relieved by gentle stretching and light massage, both of which are provided by EndermoTherapy.

Endermologie and Endermotherapy treatments for medical conditions.

Breast Cancer

March 15, 2018

By mechanically mobilizing the tissue, endermologie®/endermotherapy post-operative always effects by reducing secondary edema and inflammation in order to limit the appearance of adhesions.  Moreover, the different treatment heads stimulate the microcirculation and activate collagen and elastin production to facilitate reduced scarring, minimize pain, and restore mobility.

Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in women. Currently, one in nine* women will suffer from this cancer in the course of her life and at ever-younger ages.

While prevention, research and treatment are regularly making tremendous progress, there is still very little focus on post-operative care. However, this is the most important time for physical and psychological rehabilitation, and their success is crucial to return to an active life and feeling feminine again. The physiotherapist’s role (though little known to the public) is essential during this stage and allows women to gradually reclaim their bodies.

This is why, for many years, LPG has made a commitment to health teams and developed treatment protocols specific to pre- and post-breast cancer care in order to assist patients at each stage of their rehabilitation.


*Medical Research Foundation




* World Cancer Research Fund International

** World Health Organization

*** Lu SR, Hong RB, Chou W, Hsiao PC. Role of physiotherapy and patient education in lymphedema control following breast cancer surgery. Ther. Clin. Risk Manag. 2015;11:319–327.1


Scar and Burn Treatment

February 14, 2018

After surgery, a burn or any other kind of trauma, the skin heals by producing collagen where the wound is.

If nothing is done, this natural process can create an actual barrier within the skin that interferes with cellular exchanges. Beyond its unsightly appearance, the scar can then create functional problems: for example, limiting range of motion, causing pain, or interfering with how certain organs work.

The draining and defibrosing properties of Endermologie allows scars and burn scars to be painlessly worked on at an early stage. First, it helps to eliminate waste so as to effectively drain the tissue and prevents the formation of scar adhesions related to fibrosis. Next, this treatment stimulates natural collagen and elastin production to improve the healing process in order to ease pain and restore mobility.

Thanks to endermologie® sessions, it is possible to work on all kinds of scars and to prevent the need for additional surgery.

- Recent scars still showing signs of inflammation

- Old scars

- Surgical or traumatic scars

- Burns, even after skin grafts

- Post-caesarean

- Scleroderma

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Back Pain

January 15, 2018

Lumbago, sciatica, hernia, lower back pain... Often considered the scourge of the age, back pain can interfere with your quality of life if left untreated.

Mostly mechanical in nature, back pain has numerous causes and can worsen over time. A sedentary lifestyle, stress, excess weight, bad posture at work and at home, standing or sitting all day in front of a computer are some of our bad habits that contribute to back pain. Prompt treatment is thus necessary to prevent the pain from getting worse.




ENDERMOLOGIE®  (performed by a trained professional) mobilizes tissues and stimulates circulatory exchanges to relieve tensions and reduce stiffness. This pleasant and natural treatment restores joint mobility while significantly reducing pain.


Before or After Surgery

March 15, 2018

Surgery not only creates apprehension and anxiety for patients, it is also the beginning of a long process.

First, there is the necessary psychological and physiological preparation before the operation, then the surgery itself, and lastly, the postoperative follow-up help you get through this process with more peace of mind.

Before the operation,  endermotherpy® helps prepare and soften skin tissue to limit side effects and complications, facilitate the procedure, and thus maximize surgery’s success. After the operation, the treatment’s draining effect allows edema and bruises from the surgery to be reabsorbed more quickly. Simultaneously, the LPG treatment head stimulates the cells of the dermis (fibroblasts) so as to restore skin suppleness and elasticity, promote healing and recover range of motion. This natural, painless treatment has no side effects.

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Heavy Legs/Lymphedema

February 14, 2018

Aching and heavy legs, swollen ankles, visible veins...

No matter what the symptoms are, they are all linked to venous insufficiency, or in other words, poor blood circulation in the veins. Everyone – both men and women – can be affected, but today certain causes are clearly identified: heredity, excess weight, prolonged sitting or standing, hormonal fluctuations, prolonged exposure to heat, etc. This progressive pathology needs to be monitored in order to prevent potential complications.

By stimulating the skin using the patented Alliance treatment head, the medical endermologie® technique naturally and painlessly boosts venous (x4*) and lymphatic (x3*) circulation in order to achieve results more rapidly than with manual lymphatic drainage (MLD). This treatment also enables veins to be unclogged and to gradually regain more tonicity for rapid, lasting relief.

*Source : WATSON J. ET AL. Physiological Effects of Endermologie® : A Preliminary Report Aesthetic Surg J 1999, 19 (1);27-33.

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