Saturday, 4 August 2012

New invention - Whiteley Laser Sweat Ablation (LSA) Cannula

The Whiteley Laser Sweat Ablation (LSA) Cannula
- ensures a more even distribution of Laser Energy

On 25th July 2012, new Whiteley Laser Sweat Ablation (LSA) cannula was used for the first time on a patient by Mark Whiteley.

Mark introduced Laser Sweat Ablation (LSA) for the treatment of under arm sweating (Axillary hyperhidrosis) into the UK, performing the first operation in the UK in March 2009.

Since then, Mark and his team have been performing research and development to improve the results of this revolutionary new procedure.

The latest development is the Whiteley Laser Sweat Ablation (LSA) Cannula, which has a Patent Pending on it.

The cannula makes sure that the laser energy is passed into the skin at an exact angle, reducing the risks of under treatment or skin burns. It also makes the procedure easier for the doctor as the cannula glides across the inner surface of the skin - making the procedure quicker and easier.

The Whiteley Laser Sweat Ablation (LSA) cannula is now on sale exclusively through Premier Health Resources.

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