Clinic welcomes ‘ground-breaking’ treatments

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Total Body Contouring founders Danielle, left, and Suzie Heath.

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A FAMILY-run boutique medical aesthetic and weight loss clinic in Manuka is excited to welcome two “ground-breaking” treatments, says Suzie Heath, who founded Total Body Contouring with her daughter, Danielle.

With more than 35 years of experience in the industry, Suzie says their clinic is best known for the popular and innovative “Cooltech” fat cell freezing treatments as well as cellulite reduction treatments using “VelaShape 111” technology.

Now, she’s excited to welcome two new ground-breaking treatments called the TESLAFormer and TESLAChair.

“The TESLAFormer and TESLAChair use functional magnetic stimulation to stimulate muscle contraction which is much higher than what typically the body can achieve through exercise,” says Suzie.

“The TESLAFormer strengthens muscles such as glutes, abdomen and arms by providing a pulsed magnetic field on the target site and can help people who are recovering from injury and might have lost muscle strength.”

“It makes you feel fantastic and can turn you into a muscle machine.”

The TESLAChair uses the same technology, but was specifically developed to help treat weakened pelvic floor muscles and urinary incontinence.

“It’s like taking your pelvic floor to the gym,” says Suzie.

By sitting in the chair for a painless and non-invasive 30-minute session, Suzie says males and females can benefit from an improved sex life due to the increase in blood flow.

Total Body Contouring, 3/22 Franklin Street, Griffith. Call 6239 7347 or visit

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