ANDROGENIC ALOPECIA /CELLULITIS
Androgenic alopecia: Non-invasive treatment with planar shock waves and focus control devices promotes the generation of new hair follicles by stimulating the mesenchymal stem cells of the capillary dermis.
The mechanisms of action are based on promoting the stress of the extracelular enviroment, introducing epigenetic changes in the nuclei of the stem cells, activating the Wnt/β- catenin signaling pathway and favoring the allosteric competition of Hsp90 vs. DHT in the androgenic receptors, stimulating the genetic transcription and the adequate folding of the proteins responsible for generating new hair units.
Cellulitis: The combined treatment with planar and radial shock waves solves the cellulitis preserving the integrity of the adipocytes, essential for their function of triclyceride natural deposit. The action mechanisms are based on the revascularization of the subcutaneous fatty tissue through the VEGF (vascular endotelial growth factor), the recovery of the fibrous walls elasticity by means of transdifferentiation from the TGFß1 (ß1 transforming growth factor) and the facilitation of the lipid replacement due to an increase of the permeability of the cytoplasmic membranes.