Bay Area Non Invasive Body Sculpting Fat Burning Muscle Building Device Launched

A new non-invasive and non-surgical body contouring treatment has just been launched for San Francisco Bay Area patients, made possible by a revolutionary fat-burning and muscle-building device.

Marlborough, United States - October 18, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

US-based company BTL Industries introduces a new body sculpting technology to the San Francisco Bay Area market. The aesthetic machine called Empsculpt NEO provides a one-of-a-kind treatment, as it offers both fat-burning and muscle-building properties.

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The newly launched device has been cleared by the FDA for non-invasive lipolysis or breakdown of fat in the abdominal area of patients with up to BMI 35. Aside from improving abdominal appearance, the treatment can also strengthen, tone, and firm other body parts like the arms, calves, and buttocks.

Empsculpt NEO uses an applicator that simultaneously emits synchronized RF and HIFEM+ energies.

The radio frequency works by rapidly increasing muscle temperature by several degrees. This allows the muscle to properly prepare for exposure to stress, similar to a warm-up activity. Within minutes of application, the subcutaneous fat reaches temperature levels where fat is permanently broken down and eliminated from the body.

As the company explains, “After the treatment, the dead fat cells are flushed out from the body through metabolic processes. The free fatty acids released during lipolysis is partly used as an energy source for the muscles during the HIFEM contractions, and the rest is flushed out by the body.”

The high intensity electromagnetic energy, on the other hand, contracts 100% of the muscle fibers in the treatment area. The application of stress stimulates the muscle to adapt, causing an increase in the number and growth of muscle fibers and cells.

Empsculpt NEO involves four 30-minute treatments, spaced five to 10 days apart. The body contouring method does not require patients to undergo any type of preparation before the procedure. After the sessions, the patients can also carry on with their regular lifestyles, which may include physical activity, healthy diet, and proper hydration.

Based on clinical studies, the use of Empsculpt NEO results in 30% fat reduction and 25% muscle growth, on average. The company notes, “Each individual patient’s results may vary but the best time to see the final results is in 3 months after the last treatment.”

Interested parties may learn more by visiting the above website.

Contact Info:
Name: EMSCULPT neo
Email: Send Email
Organization: BTL - Emsculpt NEO
Address: 362 Elm Street, Marlborough, MA 01752, United States
Phone: +1-866-285-1656

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88981295

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