Yes. It can easily be combined with other slimming treatments such as cryotherapy, mechanical palpate-rolling, laser, infrared, ultrasound, etc. These technologies optimize the results of the BodySculptor.
There is an average loss of 6.5 cm in waist, 7.2 cm in hip and 3.9 in thigh after 12 sessions of BodySculptor (4 to 6 weeks). However, the results vary from one individual to another. They depend in particular on everyone’s metabolism and lifestyle.
Other than an express contraindication for pacemaker carriers, there are no specific contraindications concerning the bioenergetic field produced by the device, which are totally harmless. Nevertheless, to be perfectly safe, we do not recommend BodySculptor for:
• Pregnant women;
• Patients with serious illness;
• Patients with skin problems or skin lesions (cuts, ecchymosis).
The contraindications regarding the micropressure function of the BodySculptor are:
• Deep veinous thrombosis (DVT);
• Infections (erysipelas, lymphangitis);
• Severe arteriopathies (stages 3 and 4);
• Untreated heart problems;
• Capillary fragility
12 sessions at least – 2 to 3 sessions a week – are recommended. Depending on each person’s slimming goals, sessions could last for 30 minutes or 45 minutes and the treatment can be continued with supplementary sessions.
Electrical muscle stimulation targets striated muscles only, while BioStimology technology works to stimulate calcium exchange to stimulate both striated and smooth muscles. Electrical muscle stimulation must be performed as part of an active fitness treatment. BioStimology is generally used on a static protocol performed on a massage table.