CoolSculpting to Lose Back Fat

CoolSculpting to Reduce Back Fat

Back fat can occur in the middle and lower parts of the back and can be particularly challenging to lose with diet and exercise alone.

Genetics, age-related hormonal changes as well as stress-related hormones can all contribute to the accumulation of back fat.  Now, there's something you can do about it...

CoolSculpting can safely and effectively reduce back fat without the serious risks and side effects associated with other treatment alternatives.

Patients experience a cooling sensation which acts as a natural anesthesia during the procedure.  Some patients experience mild discomfort when the applicator is applied and during the post-treatment massage.

What is CoolSculpting?

CoolSculpting is a non-invasive fat reduction procedure that involves no anesthesia, needles, or incisions. Like placing warm butter in the refrigerator, it’s based on the principle of cooling subcutaneous fat to the point that the fat cells are destroyed by the cooling process and absorbed by the body. Subcutaneous fat is the layer of fat just under the skin.

How CoolSculpting Works

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Are You a Candidate for CoolSculpting?

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CoolSculpting Is a Non-Surgical, Non-Invasive Alternative to These Treatment Procedures:

Liposuction

Liposuction is a surgical procedure that involves making an incision and inserting a "cannula" which is used to break up and extract fat cells.  Due to the nature of the procedure, patients can experience significant recovery time as well as numerous risks associated with surgical procedures.

Laser Lipolysis

Laser lipolysis involves making an incision in the skin and then inserting a "laser fiber cannula" which is used to heat the fat cells. Thermal injury is a risk associated with laser lipolysis because it's difficult to perceive the exact depth of the cannula in the tissue.  Side effects of lipolysis may include: swelling, bruising and pain.

Exercises to Lose Back Fat

A number of exercises that can strengthen back muscles such as bent-over rows, seated cable rows, barbell deadlifts, etc., but it's not possible to specifically target certain areas of fat with exercise.  To lose fat through diet and exercise, you have to operate at a caloric deficit, which should be done in moderation.

The challenge often lies with age-related hormonal changes, cortisol production as a result of stress, and genetics.  A lot of our patients tell us they diet and exercise regularly (some are even fitness instructors), but they still found it difficult to lose their back fat prior to their CoolSculpting treatments.

Find Out How We Can Help You Reduce Back Fat

CoolSculpting is, hands down, the most effective and safest way to reduce back fat.  Schedule a free, no-obligation consultation at our Scottsdale office to find out if you are a candidate for CoolSculpting.

CoolSculpting Is All We Do, And We Have the Latest Technology, Which Means...

Shorter Treatment Times
Greater Comfort
More Fat Treated
Per Session

At Sculptify Me in Scottsdale, you’ll be treated in a luxury treatment suite by professional CoolSculpting experts who are elevating body contouring to an art form.

*Results & Patient Experience May Vary (Disclaimer):   Many patients start to notice results after 21 days with full results occurring over a period of 8 weeks as your body naturally eliminates the fat cells frozen during treatment. CoolSculpting is not an alternative for exercise and a healthy diet and is not a diet or weight loss program.  Average treatment times range from 35 to 45 minutes depending on the treatment area.  The extent of the response to the CoolSculpting treatment varies from patient to patient with most patients experiencing a 25% reduction in fat per treatment. In some extremely rare cases, individuals have been resistant to the treatment. In the before and after photos, all patients were within +/- 5 lbs. of their original weight in their “after” photo unless otherwise noted.  Click here for clinical information.