Liposuction is Painful—Skip it with Non-Invasive Body Contouring Treatments

Liposuction is Painful—Skip it with Non-Invasive Body Contouring

Liposuction is Painful—Skip it with Non-Invasive Body Contouring Treatments

Liposuction is relatively minor compared to most other cosmetic surgeries, requiring only a tiny incision the width of your pinky nail per treatment site—however, healing from liposuction is surprisingly painful. Liposuction also requires general anesthesia, and there is always an inherent risk with any such surgery. That’s why RefinedMD offers a variety of non-invasive body contouring options so you can tone and sculpt without the downtime and risk associated with surgery.

We have a variety of treatments to choose from, including both Emsculpt and Emsculpt NEO. The original muscle-building treatment forces targeted muscles (and only targeted muscles!) into 20,000 supramaximal contractions in just 30 minutes per treatment site. For your body, there is no difference between performing 20,000 crunches and doing a full session of Emsculpt on the abs. Of course, only Emsculpt can let you actually target muscles so you’re not bulking up where you don’t want to (which isn’t the case with old school weight training that works out assister muscles at the same time). Plus, nobody can actually do 20,000 reps perfectly, let alone in 30 minutes.

Emsculpt NEO combines the original technology of Emsculpt, but with radiofrequency to also burn fat at the same time. We offer both because in some areas you may or may not want to melt away fat. Both treatments are totally non-invasive, and while they may have a strange sensation most clients are comfortable scrolling through their phone during their treatment. You can get Emsculpt and Emsculpt NEO anywhere you typically desire gains including the abs, back, legs, and upper arms. Most clients need 4 – 6 initial sessions within the first month or two, followed by maintenance appointments every 6 months.

More for Contouring

The makers of Emsculpt/Emsculpt NEO have also made big waves when it comes to cellulite reduction. Cellulite is harmless, but affects over 90 percent of women (especially in the buttocks area). It can happen to any person of any age, regardless of weight or fitness levels. Many celebs have been spotted on the beach with cellulite, so you know it’s something that just happens when fibrous bands near the skin’s surface have fat that gets pushed and squeezed through them. We all need some fat to be healthy, especially around the buttocks and thighs, which is why cellulite is so common in women.
Emtone reduces cellulite through radiofrequency technology and targeted pressure. It relaxes the bands so the appearance of cellulite is dramatically lightened. However, there is no permanent means of removing cellulite. Even the time-consuming, costly surgery that cuts the fibrous bands eventually sees the bands naturally reconnecting. However, Emtone can be used repeatedly, making it a top choice for cellulite reduction.

Targeted Fat Loss

Your trainer and nutritionist might tell you that you can’t target fat loss, but that isn’t true. CoolSculpting is the OG for non-invasive fat reduction and contouring, freezing away small areas of unwanted fat. It has been in high demand for decades, but the technology behind it keeps improving year after year. Now, CoolSculpting reduces more fat in fewer sessions and can be used just about anywhere—including the submental fat area under the chin.

You can also mix and match these treatments to customize results for you. Today, it’s no longer just about fat reduction. It’s about targeted fat reduction, building muscles, and getting rid of cellulite once and for all. That’s the trifecta of a body that you’ll love to show off and be comfortable in. Plus, since each of these options are non-invasive, they can fit into even the busiest summer plans. How quickly results are revealed depend on numerous factors, but you will at least start to see serious results if you book your first appointment now.

To learn more about body sculpting options at RefinedMD, get in touch. You can schedule a consult or appointment by calling the office, completing the online form, or starting a chat during business hours.