For patients receiving liposuction procedures, the goal is the removal of fat by suctioning the fatty tissue from the region desired. In the process of removing the fatty tissue, scar tissue is formed, leaving an uneven pattern of scar tissue or Fibrosis. This can also build up because of trauma injury or damage during the liposuction procedure. When this occurs, patients will see lumps and bumps or even excessive dips of loose skin in the area.


The Aspen After Surgery treatment provides a non-surgical technology, as well as hands-on therapeutic programs that have been shown to remove these hard lumps or knots otherwise known as fibrosis.


This process will help loosen the hard lumps and knots, but cannot tighten the skin should it have been stretched or not contracted back after the lumps removed. This would require a secondary procedure typically sought in med spas to correct.


It is important to note that the Fibrosis and lumps must be removed first prior to receiving skin tightening treatments, or the lumps may be magnified and more visible.


A successful Aspen After Surgery treatment will help the Liposuction area looks smoother, more flat, and help avoid more liposuction surgeries, which can, unfortunately, create a similar problem with repeated procedures.




When a patient has liposuction or any surgery, the body will recover and may show signs of swelling, bruising, fluid retention, and in more severe cases, scar tissue or fibrosis. Utilizing the Aspen After Surgery treatment technique one can receive a safe, non-surgical, and pain-free treatment that helps. Patients can avoid further surgical procedures, downtime, pain, and increased costs of surgery.

Liposuction lumpy and bumpy

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for Aspen Liposuction Lumpy and Bumpy Treatment

This patient was referred to us after she developed hard lumps from her liposuction procedure. She also did the Capsular Contracture Prevention Program due to having radiation and a mastectomy this patient was at a higher risk of Capsular Contracture. Unfortunately for her, she had suffered from it once before, so and took all precautions to prevent it after her revision Surgery.

Male patient who underwent Liposuction Gynecomastia procedure to chest. Patient noted Incisions "puckering" in and hard knots and lumps near nipples after procedure. Pain was also a major issue. Listen how patient describes as he is now pain free and able to move chest/ arms without restriction after Aspen Treatment.

Our latest patient describes having Liposuction to abdomen in 2007 with onset of dimpling and firm "lumps and bumps" aka "contour irregularity" creating a rippled effect to her abdomen. She tried Radio Frequency technology (RF) treatment to area without success.

Hard knots and contour irregularity:  After liposuction it is not uncommon for a patient to develop hard problematic knots or bumpy areas where with the lipo was performed.