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Dr. Suresh Koneru Introduces Zeltiq Non-Invasive Procedure For Fat Reduction
Date:6/15/2010

e works painlessly and effectively on these problem areas.

Dr. Koneru explains that using advanced cooling to eliminate fat cells is much better than existing devices which utilize heat, sound waves or other mechanical techniques. The Zeltiq cooling technology is a more natural approach, inducing fat cells to undergo a process of natural, non-invasive removal which gradually reduces the thickness of the fat layer.

“What patients love about the Zeltiq procedure is that it’s a painless and relaxing way to get great results in a short amount of time without surgery. In just a few months of treatment using Zeltiq Coolsculpting™, my patients see noticeable results and a better, more natural looking physique,” said Dr. Koneru. “This is great news for anyone who is reluctant to undergo a surgical invasive procedure in order to improve their body shape and appearance.”

Dr. Koneru treats patients in San Antonio, Austin, Houston and other cities in Central and South Texas. The Zeltiq Procedure is comfortable for most patients, and no pain medication is required. While undergoing the procedure, most patients keep themselves occupied by reading, working on a laptop, listening to music, or just relaxing. Also, there is no recovery time after the Zeltiq Procedure and patients usually resume their normal activities the same day, including work and exercise.

For more information or to schedule a consultation, please call 210-499-5900 or visit www.DrKoneru.com.

About Dr. Koneru
Dr. Suresh Koneru is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon who has been in private practice in San Antonio since 1996. He is fully trained in all aspects of modern plastic and r
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