Scientifically Developed Scar Treatments to Optimise the Healing Process & Reduce Scar Tissue
The French developed technology we use was first trialed in 1986, and was initially formulated in response to the need for gentle, safe treatments for burns scars. Since then, LPG® SYSTEMS have continued to innovate, with the first natural, non-aggressive solutions for health professionals to help patients with a range of medical, and pre and post surgical concerns. LPG® SYSTEMS continue to test and develop their technology and protocols for connective tissue treatment and in the process, continue to discover new health benefits.
More than 30 years of research to improve health
LPG® SYSTEMS attach special importance to research in order to scientifically prove the effectiveness of its techniques and to perfect their safety.
For this reason, since 1999, LPG has had its own scientific committee (Comité Scientifique International de Recherche, or CO.S.I.RE.) composed of renowned experts and university hospital teams from around the world: researchers, surgeons, oncologists, orthopedic surgeons, doctors, dietitians, dermatologists, gynecologists, phlebologists, physiotherapists, physical rehabilitation technicians, and more.
Objective data has been collected through increasingly sophisticated evaluation techniques: soft tissue ultrasound and NMR analysis, Laser Doppler micro-circulation analysis, micro-lymphography, opto-electronic volumetrics, histological analysis of fibroblast activity in animals and humans, adipocyte function micro-dialysis and DNA chip analysis, etc. Today, LPG has 145 scientific studies to back up its claims.
LPG technology is also validated up by 50 publications (including 27 indexed on Medline), and an independent international research committee (COSIRE), giving it unparalleled recognition around the world. You can view more of these studies here.
We have been trained in Advanced Scar Treatment by France Medical Distribution, and are seeing the dramatic improvements it brings to the appearance of scar tissue. To date, LPG technology has been used to address issues such as:
- Orthopaedics & Neurosurgery
- Angiology, Lymphology
- Severe Burn Victims
- Aesthetic Medicine