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Dr. Daniel Ronel is one of the First in the U.S. to Offer Tickle Lipo™
Date:7/1/2010

Santa Fe Plastic Surgery Practice Introduces Newest, Safest Method of Liposuction

NEW YORK, NY (PRWEB) July 1, 2010 -- Dr. Daniel Ronel, board-certified plastic surgeon, is pleased to announce that he offers the latest FDA approved liposuction procedure, called Nutational Infrasonic Liposuction, more commonly known as Tickle Lipo™.

Tickle Lipo™ is a safer and quicker procedure than traditional and laser liposuction because it uses small cannulas and low frequency acoustic vibration that does not generate heat, which can damage the skin. The nutational (the motion of a gyroscope) vibration is almost painless and gives the sensation of tickling, or hitting one’s “funny bone”. The Tickle Lipo™ is also an out-patient procedure that does not require anesthesia. “Patients are awake during this procedure and the cannulas infiltrate the anesthetic solution as they melt and suck out the fat… it is quick, virtually painless and patients can walk out of the office right after the procedure”, says Dr. Ronel.

Dr. Ronel is also excited about Tickle Lipo™ because the cost to the patient is less than the old liposuction, without the fees of an operating room and anesthesiologist. “Because there is so little downtime”, says Dr. Ronel, “It is a perfect procedure for this economy where many people do not have the ability to take time off work.”

Patients can also enjoy Dr. Ronel’s Whole Being Plan – an innovative program developed by Dr. Ronel that combines traditional western medicine with complementary practices, including reflexology, acupuncture, aromatherapy, nutritional counseling, and psychotherapy. Those from out of town can book a weekend at one of Santa Fe’s renowned spa resorts to recuperate while they are out enjoying the beauty of the city.

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