BODY CONTOURING

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What is EMSCULPT NEO

 

EMSCULPT NEO builds off the legacy of its predecessor, EMSCULPT, by simultaneously emitting both radio frequency and high intensity electromagnetic energies.

The end result is more fat reduction and muscle growth, than any single gold standard product, for less time and less money.

Best of all, EMSCULPT NEO has broad appeal as it can treat patients up to BMI 35!

How Does EMSCULPT NEO Work?

EMSCULPT NEO is based on an applicator simultaneously emitting  synchronized RF and HIFEM+ energies.

Due to the radiofrequency heating, the muscle temperature quickly raises by several degrees. This prepares muscles for exposure to stress, similar to what a warm up activity does before any workout. In less than 4 minutes, the temperature in subcutaneous fat reaches levels that cause apoptosis, i.e. fat cells are permanently damaged and slowly removed from the body. Clinical studies showed on average a 30% reduction in subcutaneous fat.*

Bypassing the brain limitations, HIFEM+ energy contracts the muscle fibers in the area at intensities that are not achievable during voluntary workout. Extreme stress forces the muscle to adapt resulting in an increase in the number and growth of muscle fibers and cells. Clinical studies* showed on average a 25% growth in muscle volume.

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A BREAKTHROUGH TREATMENT FOR URINARY INCONTINENCE

This unique technology revolutionizes the women’s intimate health and wellness category by providing those suffering from incontinence with a completely non-invasive option.

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BTL Emsella is intended to provide entirely non-invasive electromagnetic stimulation of pelvic floor musculature for the purpose of rehabilitation of weak pelvic muscles and restoration of neuromuscular control for the treatment of urinary incontinence in women.

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