San Francisco Non Surgical Body Sculpting Patented Fat Removal Device Launched

US-based company BTL Industries launches an improved version of their body contouring product, which endeavors to help San Francisco patients reduce fat while developing muscles at the same time.

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

BTL Industries, the company behind the popular Emsculpt aesthetic machine, launches another revolutionary body contouring technology to the San Francisco market. The new product called Emsculpt NEO aims to deliver both fat-burning and muscle-building benefits to patients.

Additional information can be found at https://www.emsculptneo.com.

The newly launched device builds upon the legacy of its predecessor by simultaneously emitting both radio frequency and HIFEM+ energies in a single treatment. During clinical studies, the procedure has demonstrated its ability to reduce fat by 30% and grow muscles by 25%, on average.

The radio frequency heating is responsible for raising muscle temperature by several degrees, preparing them for exposure to stress. The effect can be compared to a warm-up activity before workout. Within four minutes, the subcutaneous fat temperature reaches a point where fat cells are permanently broken down and slowly flushed out of the body.

The high intensity electromagnetic energy complements the efforts by contracting all the muscle fibers in the treatment area. The applied stress prompts the muscle to adapt, which leads to an enhanced number and growth of muscle fibers and cells.

The protocol for Emsculpt NEO involves four 30-minute treatments, spaced five to 10 days apart. During the sessions, the patient simply lies on a bed and the applicators are placed over the treatment area. An intense but tolerable heating sensation coupled with muscle contractions may be felt during the procedure.

The use of the body sculpting machine does not require patients to undergo any form of special preparations before the treatment. The procedure also does not result in any downtime, as the patients are able to get up and go back to their daily routines after the sessions.

Emsculpt NEO has been cleared by the FDA for the non-invasive breakdown of abdominal fat in patients with up to BMI 35. The treatment can also be applied to help strengthen, tone, and firm the arms, legs, and buttocks.

The company notes, “Each individual patient’s results may vary, but the best time to see the final results is in three months after the last treatment.”

Interested parties may learn more by visiting the website above.

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
Website: https://www.EmsculptNeo.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88981306

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