Ultherapy[R] Becoming Popular Treatment for Excessive Sweating.
"Most patients know of Ultherapy for its remarkable ability to tighten, tone and uplift the face and neck," explains Dr. Reichel. "Now, this cutting-edge treatment is becoming well-known for its ability to decrease underarm sweating." A condition known as "hyperhidrosis," excessive sweating is thought to affect at least 211 million individuals worldwide, explains the International Hyperhidrosis Society.
Asked to explain how Ultherapy works to combat underarm sweating, Dr. Reichel offered this: "During an Ultherapy session, safe ultrasound energy is used to selectively target and destroy sweat glands. This, in turn, reduces underarm sweating." Ultrasound - which is essentially high-frequency sound - has long been used in the medical field, particularly in diagnostic sonography.
Dr. Reichel also cited new research that looked at Ultherapy's effectiveness in treating underarm sweating. "In a small recent study, hyperhidrosis patients were given two Ultherapy sessions, 28 days apart. Two months after treatment, researchers found a nearly 80% reduction in sweating," explains Dr. Reichel. "These figures give new hope to those living with the condition."
Offering advice to those looking for more information, Dr. Reichel concluded with this: "Hyperhidrosis is a condition that affects individuals both physically and emotionally. This is why we encourage anyone dealing with excessive sweating to meet with a board certified dermatologist and find out more about their treatment options, including cutting-edge Ultherapy."
Interested parties are invited to schedule an Ultherapy consultation with Dr. Reichel at (206) 859-5777 or http://www.pacificdermcenter.com/
About Dr. Reichel
Dr. Jennifer Reichel is the founder and director of Pacific Dermatology & Cosmetic Center in Seattle. As a board certified dermatologist, Dr. Reichel has advanced fellowship training in Mohs micrographic skin cancer surgery, liposuction, facial rejuvenation, eyelid lifts, BOTOX;, tissue fillers and lasers. Dr. Reichel is also fully trained in leg vein treatment.
After attending the University of Colorado for both her undergraduate degree and her doctorate of medicine, she then underwent residency training in dermatology at the University of Washington. This was followed by a postgraduate fellowship in Mohs micrographic skin cancer surgery and cosmetic surgery.
Dr. Reichel is a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS), The American College of Mohs Surgery (ACMS), the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery (ASLMS), the Women's Dermatologic Society (WDS), and the Seattle and Washington Dermatologic Societies.
Pacific Dermatology & Cosmetic Center can be reached at (206) 859-5777 or http://www.pacificdermcenter.com/
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|Date:||Apr 15, 2013|
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