Are you or someone you love suffering from fatty tumor and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including fatty tumor with our sound therapies.
Our therapy is based on frequencies, tuning your body to vibrate at the correct frequency is as important to your body healing itself or reducing symptoms you are facing. Our healing sessions provide your body with the frequencies that would be found in a normal, healthy body. Your system absorbs these frequencies and makes the needed changes to “tune itself” and start to heal. Our bodies want to be healthy and when we provide them with the proper tools they will do everything needed to do just that.
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Our Fatty Tumor sound therapy CD’s help by:
- Decrease or minimize symptoms of fatty tumor
- Has the correct frequencies to help your body retune itself
- Aligns and opens your Chakra system
- Opens and cleans up your meridians
- Helps your body heal itself
Short Description of Fatty Tumor
Fatty tumors commonly known as lipomas are non-cancerous fatty tissue growths that develop underneath the skin. They are not harmful and do not usually require treatment,.
Symptoms of Fatty Tumor
The fatty tumor is generally:
- Soft to touch
- Moves easily if prodded by the finger
- Located just beneath the skin
- Grows slowly
About Fatty Tumor
A fatty tumor or lipomas is fatty tissue that grows just beneath the skin. They move easily when you touch them and feel rubbery, not hard. Most fatty tumor growths are not painful and do not cause any major health issues so rarely if ever they need treatment. If you have fatty tumors that are bothering you there is an option for you to have it removed.
Etiology of Fatty Tumors
A fatty tumor is a round or oval-shaped lump of tissue that moves easily when you touch it. It is made of fat and does not usually cause any pain. Fatty tumor growths may occur anywhere on the body but are most common on the back, torso or trunk, shoulder, arms and back. They are considered benign soft tissue tumors. They grow very slowly and are not cancerous in nature. Approximately 1 of every 1000 people has a fatty tumor. The lipomas may occur between ages 40 and 60 but can develop at any age. The can also be present at birth. They affect people of all genders but are more common in women than men. Fatty tumors are not usually painful in nature but they can cause some discomfort if they happen to press against a nerve or grow near a joint. Many people with the condition do not notice any symptoms. They are usually encapsulated which means they do not grow or spread around cells and tissues. They are painless but some fatty tumor growths cause pain and discomfort depending on the location, size and if there are blood vessels present.
Other features include:
- Round or oval-shaped: The fatty lumps of rubbery tissue are usually symmetrical.
- Moveable: They sit just beneath the skin’s surface and move when you touch them.
- Smaller than 2 inches in diameter: In a few cases, lipomas can be larger than 6 inches wide.
Experts are not sure how lipomas develop. They are known to pass down through families so you are more likely to develop one if a family member has one. There are conditions that result to the development of multiple fatty tumors on the body such as:
- Dercum’s disease: This rare disorder causes painful lipomas to grow, most often on the arms, legs and trunk. It’s also called adiposis dolorosa or Anders’ syndrome.
- Gardner syndrome: A form of a disorder called familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP), Gardner syndrome causes lipomas and a range of health problems.
- Hereditary multiple lipomatosis: Also called familial multiple lipomatosis, this disorder is inherited (passed down through families).
- Madelung’s disease: This condition occurs most often in men who drink alcohol excessively. Also called multiple symmetric lipomatosis, Madelung’s disease causes lipomas to grow around the neck and shoulders.
Diagnosis of Fatty Tumor
Lipomas can be diagnosed via physical examination. The doctor will touch the lipoma and ascertain if there is pain or tenderness. A biopsy may be needed to determine if the growth is benign. Many times, the lipoma may be mistaken for a cyst and it is possible that ultrasound, MRI or CT scan may be needed.
Types of Fatty Tumor
- Angiolipoma: This type contains fat and blood vessels. Angiolipomas are often painful.
- Conventional: The most common type, a conventional lipoma contains white fat cells. White fat cells store energy.
- Fibrolipoma: Fat and fibrous tissue makes up this type of lipoma.
- Hibernoma: This kind of lipoma contains brown fat. Most other lipomas contain white fat. Brown fat cells generate heat and help regulate body temperature.
- Myelolipoma: These lipomas contain fat and tissues that produce blood cells.
- Spindle cell: The fat cells in these lipomas are longer than they are wide.
- Pleomorphic: These lipomas have fat cells of various sizes and shapes.
Since it is considered a benign growth, there is no chance it can spread to other parts of the body and cause harm. The lump will not spread through muscles or any other surrounding tissues and is not considered life threatening.