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CBS’s “The Doctor” Showcases Remarkable Body Contouring Effects of the Zerona™ Laser

Top Rated Daytime Talk Show Features a Dramatic Zerona Makeover

Erchonia Corporation, the leading low level laser technology manufacturer in the United States, today announces the company’s Zerona laser will be featured on an episode of CBS’s hit show “The Doctors” airing on Monday, April 27th.
The episode features the before and after story of a woman who struggled for years to lose weight but was not ready to commit to an invasive plastic surgery procedure. Zerona, a low-level laser designed to remove fat and contour the body without invasive surgery, was an attractive alternative. After six treatments with the Zerona laser, the patient lost 5 inches from her waist, 1.5 inches from her hips, 2 inches from each thigh and a total of 10 lbs.
In contrast to high-power, high-heat lasers that are used in various surgical procedures, the new Zerona laser produces a low-level, or cold, output that has no thermal effect on the body’s tissue. Instead, the non-invasive laser helps the body absorb fat by stimulating biological function. Excess fat is then removed naturally by the body without the negative side effects and downtime associated with more invasive procedures such as liposuction.
“We were so pleased with the patient’s results and think “The Doctors” segment is the perfect way to introduce the Zerona laser to a national audience,” says Charlie Shanks, VP of Erchonia Corporation.  “We know our laser can help so many people achieve their goals and contour their bodies without the risks associated with traditional surgical procedures.”
For more information, please visit www.myzerona.com or www.thedoctorstv.com.
About Erchonia Corporation
Based in McKinney, Texas, Erchonia was founded in 1996 in order to advance the science of lasers through the development and distribution of proven non-invasive laser devices. Erchonia lasers have been FDA approved to treat chronic pain, acne, for use in conjunction with liposuction and for use during breast augmentation. Erchonia lasers have also been proven effective for the treatment of many musculoskeletal conditions, wound healing, arthritis, carpal tunnel, various dermatological disorders, soft tissue injuries and overuse syndromes. To find a doctor using Erchonia lasers in your area or for more information, please visit www.erchonia.com.
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