Liposuction is definitely not an alternative to losing weight and should not be mistaken as a treatment for obesity. Liposuction is recommended only if you have earnestly attempted to change your lifestyle but there are no improvements.

Initially, approach a qualified dietician and opt from a wide range of guided weight loss programs that he / she may suggest after understanding your body constitution.

Rigorous exercising without initial weight reduction might cause further injuries to the joints. To avoid this, after shedding a few significant kilos or pounds, you can attempt hitting the gym under the guidance of a knowledgeable fitness trainer.

Dieting and exercising not only helps improve your overall fitness, but also moves you closer to becoming an ideal candidate for liposuction. Exercising and dieting can help eliminate the overall fat layers first, revealing the resistant fat deposits, which can then be dealt with liposuction. This eventually can increase your satisfaction levels following the procedure. Procedures that involve large volume fat removal come with increased risks and longer than usual recovery times. Now, I am sure you would not mind shedding a few extra pounds before going under the knife.

When mobility and shape is a major hindrance to working out or gymming, the surgeon might offer to perform liposuction on you as a special case. This will enable better mobility than before and give you an opportunity to exercise. Large volume fat removal is often attempted in a hospital setting with extreme precaution and monitoring.