January 29, 2015 Press
NEW YORK—In the late 1990s, Dr. Lionel Bissoon introduced to the United States a treatment method that eliminates cellulite and other pernicious fat deposits with tiny injections. Since then, his work has gotten the attention by media outlets such as the Rachel Ray Show, E! News, Fox News, and Good Morning America.
Watch! Magazine got in touch with Dr. Bissoon to find out his top 5 anti-aging tips for men.
After years of getting away with murder when it came to their physical appearance and health (wrinkles = wisdom, wide girth = wealth), men are finally seeing the benefits of looking and feeling better. Read more, or download the article in its full form.
November 15, 2012 News
On Monday, Ultherapy was featured on Good Morning America (GMA)! New Jersey's Dr. William Song and his reality star patient, Jacqueline Laurita, were interviewed about the procedure in the recurring segment, "Wrinkle Rehab." The clip from the show is now available in the Customer Portal. You can also check it out on our YouTube Channel.
CNBC's Wall Streeters Buying Testosterone for an Edge covers Dr. Lionel Bissoon's Testosterone Replacement Treatment:
"Traders on Wall Street are always looking to get an edge and pull ahead, especially in this catch-a-falling knife market. The latest secret weapon isn't some complex trade or computer algorithm, it's something more primal - testosterone."
November 15, 2012 News
The male hormone testosterone has become an unlikely drug of choice for Wall Street traders seeking to give themselves an edge over their professional rivals.
New York clinics have reported a rise in treatment for 'testosterone deficiency', sometimes known as 'andropause'.
They say many workers in the male-dominated industry are hoping that boosters of the hormone will help them perform better at work and put in longer hours.
Until a few years ago, doctor Lionel Bissoon, who practises what he calls integrative medicine on Manhattan’s smart Upper West Side, mostly treated middle-aged women for what is politely known as cellulite. Then the financial crisis hit Wall Street and a strange thing happened: a stream of financial executives and traders began coming to him in the hope of being turned into alpha males.
Ms. Brown, 35, is not taking hCG to help her bear a child. She believes that by combining the hormone injections with a 500-calorie-a-day diet, she will achieve a kind of weight-loss nirvana: losing fat in all the right places without feeling tired or hungry. “I had a friend who did it before her wedding,” Ms. Brown said. “She looks great.”