4 Unconventional Uses For EmSculpt NEO Post-Injury

July 2, 2022

Non-Aesthetic Treatment with EmSculpt NEO

Often times, the hardest part about an injury isn’t the immediate pain itself. It’s the recovery process. Rehabbing an injury requires rebuilding muscles and mobility around the effected area.

Recovery times can be sped up with the use of technology, especially in conjunction with physical therapy.

Clients have used Emsculpt NEO to help rebuild leg strength after knee and hip replacements, strengthen their core to reduce back pain, and stimulate damaged nerve cells after surgery.

EmSculpt NEO isn’t just about building muscle mass and fat burning. We’ve used the HIFEM (High-frequency, electromagnetic) technology for medical uses on many clients looking to prevent and recovery from injury.


1. Rehabbing Your Body Post-Pregnancy: 

Roughly around 30 percent of women develop rectal diastases six weeks after childbirth. During pregnancy, the abdominal muscles separate. This condition arises as the uterus grows and forces the abdominal muscles apart, causing the abdomen to round. EmSculpt NEO can help with Diastasis Recti.

A series of treatments can help tighten the core and improve the abdomen’s appearance. It may even help reverse some pregnancy-induced alterations. Forceful muscular contractions are created using HIFEM technology. When the body is subjected to these intense contractions, the muscles begin to adapt and repair their internal structure.


2. Reviving Damaged Nerve Cells:

It is only through regular exercise that muscle and nerve damage can be repaired. A person’s ability to efficiently use such muscles is often ruined by injury or surgery.

Emsculpt NEO, on the other hand, eliminates the need for manual control of the muscle, causing it to contract automatically.

Most body sculpting treatments target resistant fat, helping clients achieve their fitness objectives by revealing muscle tone after a workout. But Emsculpt NEO goes beyond body sculpting. It is the only treatment that uses high-intensity focused electromagnetic (HIFEM) energy to target hard-to-build muscle. This energy causes supramaximal muscular contractions to rebuild brain-muscle connection.



3. Rebuilding Muscle For Pain Reduction:

Non-invasive, Emsculpt NEO treatments are great for rebuilding strength after a strain, joint replacement, or other any other injury. Often times, injuries prevent us from moving the way we want to. Surrounding tissues start to deteriorate when we don’t use them and are experiencing physical pain. With NEO and physical therapy, we can begin to rebuild muscle to help support the injured area and reduce pain.

Clients who experience back pain have also reported improvements with EmSculpt NEO ab treatments. Strength equals support which prevents pain.


4. Improving Core Stability To Prevent Falls:

Each year, about 3 million older adults are treated in emergency departments for a fall injury. One out of every five falls causes an injury, such as broken bones or a head injury. Accidental falls are extremely detrimental to health.

Core stability is correlated with balance and mobility. By building core strength and stability using EmSculpt NEO along with proper exercise and training, clients can prevent the likelihood of falls.