Reduction of Fat Deposits by Injection Therapy


Simply melting superfluous fat away by means of an injection – a fascinating idea. During this procedure the substance phosphatidylcholine (PVC) is directly injected into undesired fat deposits. The active substance is a natural compound made from the soybean. The body itself makes PPC in the same composition for various functions, especially in those related to fat metabolism.

Lipolysis injections must not be regarded as a new miracle drug for weight reduction. But when it comes to fat deposits which cannot be eliminated by diet or exercise, lipolysis injections initiate a process during which fat is melted away and then eliminated from the body via the usual metabolic process.

The medication is directly injected into the area concerned. As a result, fat cells start to melt away and are eliminated to an increasing degree. And due to its elasticity, the skin contracts to build a smooth homogenous surface.

Areas qualified for treatment


• Gluteofemoral adiposity (Saddlebags)
• Inner thigh
• Lower buttocks / transition to thigh
• Love handles (with men)
• Hips

• Upper and lower belly
• Fat bulges at shoulder-arm-joints
• Upper arm
• Knees
• Dorsal areas


• Double chin
• Jowls

Treatment of cellulite

• Thighs


As a rule, 2-4 treatments in intervals of 8 weeks are necessary to finish the therapy with success.

More than 90% of the patients are very satisfied with the results after 2-3 treatments.

The fact that lipolysis injections have not yet been officially approved as a therapy may be regarded as a general risk. But it is not the only therapy successfully applied without official approval. A well-known example is the millions of Botox treatments that were given over many years for the treatment of wrinkles prior to FDA approval.

Health risks, however, have not been observed by the members of NETWORK-Lipolysis. The active substance itself and its elimination from the body via metabolism is no pro

blem at all and has generally been investigated and documented in more than 80,000 cases.

Almost every patient shows some temporary side-effects after treatment like redness, swelling and discomfort and – in some cases – bruising. After a few days, however, any discomfort at the treated region will have disappeared and the swelling resolved.

Please obtain information about the individual and general side-effects and risks from your physician during a comprehensive personal conversation.

The medication used for lipolysis injections is a liver protection medication known for many years now; it is also been used to treat fat embolism in blood in Europe. The concentrations used are far higher than those used in our treatment protocol.

Against the background of more than 80,000 treatments in the whole world no serious side-effects have been observed so far. Nevertheless, the therapy must be carried out by medical experts trained in this field.Up to date, however, it has not yet been approved for lipolysis injections. For this reason, there exist special patient information requirements with respect to the application.

In order to make the therapy a success a knowledge about fat deposits in the body, the correct injection technique and the right dosage for the treatment that seems to be so simple is of utmost importance.


What is Mesotherapy?

Mesotherapy is a technique invented in 1952 by Dr. Michel Pistor to deliver medications just below the skin surface. While pills expose the entire body to chemical side effects, Mesotherapy is injected only where it is needed.

Over the past 50 years, more than 15,000 physicians world-wide have used Mesotherapy for many uses including the treatment of acute and chronic musculoskeletal and rheumatological conditions, as well as sports injuries. In 1987, the French Academy of Medicine recognized Mesotherapy as an inherent part of traditional medicine.

Mesotherapy is the practice of using microinjections of conventional or homeopathic medication and/or vitamins into the mesoderm or middle layer of skin to deliver healing or corrective treatment to a specific area of the body.

Mesotherapy has been touted as the latest breakthrough in aesthetic medicine for body sculpting, cellulite reduction, stretch marks, scars, and skin rejuvenation. Mesotherapy is also used in Pain Management, Sports Medicine, Sports Injuries and Bone Calcifications.

What are the benefits of Mesotherapy over surgical techniques such as liposuction?

Liposuction does not treat cellulite. In fact, liposuction often causes existing cellulite to appear more prominent. Mesotherapy treats cellulite directly, promoting smoother skin and reducing fat in selected areas. Fat deposits are flushed from the body, and do not reappear in other areas, which often occurs after liposuction. Mesotherapy does not require hospitalization, general anesthesia or downtime.



  • Surgical procedure
  • Removes fat cells
  • Cannot be used where there is cellulite
  • Down time = 2 weeks +
  • Weight gain back in abnormal places
  • Appearance of cellulite & dimpling common
  • Significant bruising and pain
  • Restrictive garment worn post-operation for several weeks


  • Non-invasive procedure
  • Removes fat from the fat cells
  • Can be used even in areas where there is cellulite
  • No down time
  • Weight gain back where it was lost
  • Cellulite eliminated & maintained with diet
  • Minimal bruising and pain
  • Wear loose clothing after treatment


Who is Suitable for Mesotherapy?

Generally, most healthy adults 18 to 80 may have Mesotherapy for body sculpting and weight loss, cellulite treatment, and “mesolift” skin rejuvenation.

Mesotherapy should only be administered under the guidance of a doctor.

Who is not a candidate for Mesotherapy?

If you are pregnant or nursing, you are taking blood thinners, you are an insulin dependent diabetic, if you have cancer, if you have AIDS, you have coronary artery heart disease or heart dysfunction, if you have arrhythmias or irregular heart rhythm, you have a history of blood clots or strokes, or if you are immune-compromised and/or are an organ transplant recipient.

What Ingredients will be Injected into my Body?

Mesotherapy injections generally are a solution of various vitamins, minerals, enzymes, plant extracts, anesthetics, medications and amino acids. The ingredients in the solution depend on your individual treatment needs and the desired effect you want to achieve.

Your doctor creates a specific formula to reduce the fat in your cellulite, improve impaired circulation and break down damaged connective tissue – thereby smoothing the skin’s surface. Mesotherapy can treat cellulite located anywhere on the body.

How Fast will I see Results?

The timing on when someone will see results depend on the area treated and the extent of the problem. Eye Fat pads will usually show visible improvement after the first treatment. Larger areas with cellulite and fat should show improvement after the first 3 – 4 treatments.

Contact Information

Canadian Institute For Laser Surgery
Queen Elizabeth Health Complex
Address: 2100 Marlowe ave, Suite 306 H4A 3L5
Phone: (514) 482-3456
Toll Free: 1-877-90-LASER

Canadian Institute for Laser Surgery

2100 Marlowe, suite 306     1-877 90-LASER