The New Tightening Treatment For Your Problem Areas
When dieting or hitting the gym isn’t enough, BTL high-intensity focused electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology can help to tone and shape the most common areas of concern including abdomen and buttocks without invasive measures or downtime.
No-sweat non invasive method using high intensity electromagnetic energy works to create muscle contractions that result in muscle strengthening with deep remodeling. Based on the selected stimulation, muscle toning, building definition or strengthening can be achieved.
Is it right for me?
Consult body contouring specialist at Lesprit Medical Clinic, if you struggle with stubborn areas of fat that just don’t seem to go away by maintaining a diet and working out at the gym. With some of the best tightening results for the abdominal area, arms and buttocks, this treatments can be a great option for men and women who are looking to improve their body faster.
Take the First Steps to Abdomen Treatment
The first step is a general assessment before the procedure which includes taking measurements and images. Then the technician will ran through the procedure in detail including some of the contraindications of the procedure (i.e. recent surgeries, copper IUDs, pacemakers, etc.).
The patient is then simply lying down in a relaxed position. Treatment area can be exposed or gym clothes free of buttons can be worn. The pan- paddle connected to a device will then be placed upon stomach to target abdominal muscles. Once the device is in place, the procedure can begin.
After the paddle is placed securely on the stomach the technician will set the machine to a low intensity level of 10-20 percent. At this point, a feeling of a small muscle twinge followed by the involuntary muscle contraction is experienced. This experience of an involuntary muscle movement, may feel strange at first but is not painful or unpleasant.
Over the course of 30 minutes, the stomach muscles are hard at work with each and every contraction. The electromagnetic energy will contract the stomach muscles at various intervals of stimulation and duration -sometimes even holding the muscles in a contraction for a few seconds. Throughout the treatment, various levels of contractions take place and these movements alternate with an occasional tapping movement meant to flush out lactic acid that’s been released during the muscle contractions (this step prevents post-procedure soreness!).
One treatment takes about 30 minutes. For optimal results, we recommend starting with 4 treatments, at 1-2 per week.