Zerona Oakville
474 Iroquois Shore Road
Oakville, Ontario

Call: (905)842-8560
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  • Zerona Oakville, Oakville ON
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  • Zerona Oakville, Oakville ON
  • Zerona Oakville, Oakville ON
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We’ve Got Our Contouring Treatments Down To A Science!

Zerona® Science

ZERONA® utilizes the Erchonia® Laser Scanner, the safest and most researched low-level laser in the world. Initially designed and FDA-cleared for use during liposuction, the non-invasive Erchonia laser is applied to emulsify the adipose tissue and release excess fat into the interstitial space. From there, fat is passed through the body during its normal course of detoxification.

Whether performing traditional liposuction procedures or following the new ZERONA® protocol, certified experts can be confident they are treating patients with the safest and most researched low-level laser in the world.

The ZERONA® procedure has been proven through a double-blind, randomized, multi-site and placebo-controlled clinical study in which patients lost on average a combined 5 inches in waist, hip, thigh and arm circumference in just 2 weeks. Compared to the placebo group these results were quite dramatic, as they only averaged a half an inch over the same time period.

How Zerona® Works

The video below demonstrates the low-level laser's ability to breakdown adipose tissue. The process highlights the safe collapse of the rigid adipose cell and the secretion of triglycerides and fatty acid from the cell.

How Triglycerides and Fatty Acids Escape with ZERONA®



Fat Scan

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Zerona Oakville

The ZERONA® process is well supported by scientific research and analysis. The specification configurations for ZERONA® are:

  • Configuration: 5-3b Line Generated Laser Diode Modules
  • Wavelength: 635nm
  • Modulation Constant Wave (CW)-1,000 Hz
  • Display: 8" Full Color TFT Touch Panel Control Center
  • Adjustments 44" Vertical Arm Height Adjustment
  • Power Source 100-240VAC 50-60Hz
  • Housing: Thermoformed of Non-Allergen Material/Plastic
To view Zerona research papers please check out this link: www.zeronacanada.ca/research

Are a suitable candidate for treatment?

Zerona Oakville offers free consultations to determine just that! Come on in and together we can assess your lifestyle habits, review your medical history, set your fat loss goals and develop a customized stagey for success! which only lost an average of half an inch over the same time period.

The True Cost of Obesity

We have great compassion for those suffering with obesity or weight issues and have helped thousands regain control of their bodies. Still it was surprising to see the statistics (references below) detailing the many predjudices and difficulties endured on a day to day basis. It is our desire to help.

Many Difficulties

Frequent doctor visits are a fact of life, due to the development of weight-related disorders such as those listed in figure 1. Along with the daily difficulties associated with these diseases, the overweight or obese person may be personally affected financially as a result of weight-related expensese and reduced income.

The personal consequences and costs of obesity are serious, and the personal financial cost great. Multiple studies have shows that obesity significantly negatively affects personal and working relations, wages, and advancement, particularly for females.

How Much are Extra Pounds Costing You Per Year?

The overall, tangible annual costs of being obese are:
WOMEN: $4,879 MEN: $2,646

The overall annual costs of being overweight are:
WOMEN: $524 MEN: $432

Average annualized costs for obese individuals, including value of lost life, are:
WOMEN: $8,395 MEN: $6,518

Paid Less than Their Leaner Counterparts:

As of 2008, approximately $3.41 per hour less than healthier peers. Obese women are particularly affected, earning 11% less than their slimmer counterparts (2012).

Resources:
http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/obesity/basics/definition/con-20014834
http://www.forbes.com/sites/bethhoffman/2012/08/16/what-the-obesity-epidemic-costs-us-infographic/#21e05d1f2ba0
http://www.cdc.gov/obesity/adult/causes/index.html
http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/obesity-prevention-source/obesity-consequences/economic/