Fat & Muscle HIFEM Lipolysis
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Areas we can treat
Abs (Upper Abdomen)
Mid-Core (Mid Abdomen)
Hamstrings (Back Thighs)
Fat & Muscle HIFEM Eligibility Criteria
MUST NOT have Impaired skin sensation
MUST NOT have Open or infected wounds
MUST NOT have had Recent surgery or scar tissue in the area to be treated
MUST NOT have injury or history of impaired muscles (eg. Hernia)
MUST NOT have Skin conditions such as eczema, dermatitis, or rashes
MUST NOT be Pregnant minimum 6 months
MUST NOT have active implanted device such cardiac pacemakers, implanted defibrillators, implanted neurostimulators
MUST NOT have a liver, kidney, heart or cancerous disease
Must NOT have sensitivity or allergy to latex
Must NOT have a Fever
Must NOT have Haemorrhagic conditions
Must NOT have Epilepsy
MUST NOT have had recent surgical procedures (muscle contraction may disrupt the healing)
Before Fat & Muscle HIFEM Lipolysis
Drink at least 600ml of water before treatment time
Remove any skin products before treatment time
Do NOT drink caffeine or alcohol minimum day before treatment
Areas must NOT have wounds, bruising, sunburn. Avoid damaging your skin in the target area.
Must NOT be menstruating if treating abdomen
Avoid eating 2 hrs before treatment if treating abdomen
Avoid tanning your skin in the target area. Tanning can make your skin more sensitive to treatment. To minimize discomfort, it’s best to protect your skin from the sun exposure before your treatment.
Eat healthy before your treatment. A healthy body makes it easier and faster for results to appear, since you’ll be functioning at an optimal level.
You might want to consider stopping smoking for about a week before your session, too. Smoking can impede the healing process, delaying your results
Fat & Muscle HIFEM Lipolysis After Care Tips
Maintain your weight
Eat a healthy diet
Drink at least 600ml of water after treatment water / fluid to support your lymphatic system
Reduce your intake of caffeine to no more than 2 cups a day
Avoid or reduce your alcohol intake
Be active for at least 30mins a day
Fat & Muscle HIFEM Lipolysis FAQ's
What is Fat & Muscle HIFEM Lipolysis?
Fat & Muscle HIFEM Lipolysis also known as Em Shape, Tesla Sculpt and Em Sculpt is a revolutionary non-invasive treatment, designed specifically to reduce fat and build muscle using High Intensity Focused Electro Magnetic (HIFEM) Technology.
To achieve your ideal body contours, you don’t just want to slim down, you may want to improve tone and strengthen your core. Fat & Muscle HIFEM Lipolysis is the only procedure in the world that eliminates fat and also builds muscle simultaneously, without surgery. Fat & Muscle HIFEM Lipolysis is also an alternative to surgical buttock procedures, offering non-invasive buttock lifting!
In a typical 20 minute session of Fat & Muscle HIFEM Lipolysis, approximately 20,000 supramaximal muscle contractions are induced, something that is not achievable by voluntary muscle action. Additionally, it affects only motor neurons that are activated, while other neurons or tissues are not responsive to the current, and therefore stay unaffected. The contractions are accompanied by a rapid metabolic reaction in fat cells to not only strengthen and build muscle, but also breakdown fat!
Can Fat & Muscle HIFEM Lipolysis help repair Diastasis Recti after pregnancy?
Diastasis recti is a medical term that describes the separation of the abdominal muscles. This most commonly occurs during pregnancy, as the belly increases in size to accommodate a growing baby, which can stretch the abdominal muscles. Fat & Muscle HIFEM Lipolysis offers the first non-surgical means that may improve this condition.
One of the great applications of the Fat & Muscle HIFEM Lipolysis is its applicability to help close the diastasis. The treatment can start 6 months after pregnancy and is safe during breastfeeding.
A woman who suffers from it can find that it really helps start to bring her body back to the pre-pregnancy state. It is also a good way to bring the body to tone before hitting the gym again and can lift those postpartum blues.
The effects on muscle tissue
Because the muscle tissue is forced to adapt to supramaximal contractions, which are extreme, it responds with a deep remodelling of its inner structure. The myofibrils grow (muscular hypertrophy) and new protein strands and muscle fibres are created (muscle hyperplasia). The rise in muscle density and volume lead to a better definition and muscle tone.
The effects on fat tissue
All tissues of the body, especially muscles, require energy. Muscles function by using it to produce contractions. This energy is derived primarily from the energy molecule adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and secondarily from creatine phosphate and glycogen to fuel the muscles. When these reserves are no longer available, the body begins a series of reactions that breakdown other sources. These are called catabolic processes that take place in the different forms, one of which is lipolysis – i.e. the breakdown of lipids (triglycerides) into free fatty acids (FFA) and glycerol. These released molecules can then act as an alternative source for the needed muscle activity and body metabolism.
Is Fat & Muscle HIFEM Lipolysis Painful?
Fat & Muscle HIFEM Lipolysis is a very comfortable procedure, the treatment feels similar to an intense workout, and normal activities can be resumed immediately after.
Fat & Muscle HIFEM Lipolysis vs. Fat Freezing Cryolipolysis – Which Is Best for You?
Deciding between these two often depends on each person’s concerns, goals, and anatomy.
Fat Freezing Cryolipolysis may be the best option if you want to reduce significant pockets of subcutaneous fat in various parts of the body.
However, if you are concerned about minor pockets of fat, muscle tone and adding definition to your physique, HIFEM Lipolysis is highly recommended. HIFEM Lipolysis is also the obvious choice for persons that want to lift their buttocks or repair diastasis recti after pregnancy.
Fat & Muscle HIFEM Lipolysis & Fat Freezing Cryolipolysis can also be combined for optimum results.
What’s the Science Behind Fat & Muscle HIFEM Lipolysis?
Fat & Muscle HIFEM Lipolysis initiate a series of 20,000 supramaximal muscle contractions in just 20mins, which are more powerful than voluntary muscle contractions.
More specifically, during voluntary muscle contraction, muscle fibers are able to relax after each nervous stimulus. However, HIFEM Lipolysis generates muscle contraction so rapidly that there is not a period of relaxation.
As a result, HIFEM Lipolysis causes intense destruction of fat cells, stimulates deep remodeling of muscle tissue, and produces a slimmer, stronger, and well-defined abdomen and buttocks
How many treatments are necessary?
On average a minimum of 4-8 sessions is recommended for optimum results.
Is there any downtime?
Each treatment lasts 20 minutes and doesn’t require any anesthesia or incisions. Compared to other procedures, there is absolutely no downtime with Fat & Muscle HIFEM Lipolysis. After the procedure it feels like you had an amazing workout, and you can get back to work immediately following the procedure.
When will I see results?
This may vary depending on your age, physical condition, BMI and many other aspects. In general you can begin to feel tangible results right after the treatment. Positive results are usually reported 2 to 6 weeks after 4 – 8 sessions and may continue to improve for several weeks following the treatments depending on lifestyle.
How long do the results last? Do I Have to repeat the procedure regularly?
Nothing in life lasts forever, but the clinical studies show that majority of patients are still better in both muscle and fat even a year after their treatment series. You may require more sessions a few months after your treatments to see if you may benefit from any additional treatments or to simply help maintain results. Keeping a healthy lifestyle is the key to maintain your results in longer term.