Non-Surgical Fat Reduction Body Sculpting Contouring Technology Launched

A company based in Massachusetts has launched a new non-surgical non-invasive technology designed to reduce fat, promote muscle growth, and improve cardiovascular health through RF and HIFEM tech.

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

Massachusetts-based BTL Industries has launched a new muscle building, non-surgical, non-invasive, fat reduction and body sculpting device. The EMSCULPT NEO utilizes a combination of Radio frequency (RF) and High-Intensity Focused Electromagnet (HIFEM) Technology to provide customers across the US with visible results within months.

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The newly launched technology aims to empower people, so they feel confident in their body while also offering health benefits. For instance, the EMSCULPT NEO can aid athletic performance and support cardiovascular health as it reduces fat and promotes muscle growth.

FDA approved and patented, the EMSCULPT NEO has broad appeal as it is not bound by typical BMI standards of 25 or less. It can be used for muscle strengthening, toning, and firming as well as non-invasive lipolysis of the abdomen on patients with a BMI up to 35. The process breaks down stubborn subcutaneous fat stored within the body and builds muscle simultaneously.

Clinical studies undertaken show on average a 30% reduction in subcutaneous fat can be expected as the technology bypasses limitations set by the brain. HIFEM energy contracts 100% of the muscle fibers in the area at intensities that cannot be achieved during voluntary workouts and exercise.

In this instance, extreme stress forces the muscles to adapt, resulting in an increase in the muscle volume by up to 25%. The team behind the technology explain, as many people may be aware, building muscle is one of the best ways to reduce weight and improve fitness as it increases the metabolism, as well as building strength.

Each patient will achieve different results, but most people can expect to see noticeable changes after three months. A key advantage of the technology is the fact people do not have to take time out of their schedules to recover as there is no downtime required.

A company spokesperson said: “Many people ask what happens to the dead fat cells after the procedure. Essentially, the cells are flushed from the body through metabolic processes while the free fatty acids released during lipolysis are partly used as an energy source for the muscles during the HIFEM contractions. The rest is flushed out by the body, which makes it a completely non-invasive, non-surgical procedure.”

To find out more, interested parties are invited to visit the link provided.

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

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88981291

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