Are you seeking a noninvasive way to tone and strengthen your abdomen, buttocks, and thighs? The CoolTone® procedure might be just what you’re searching for. This FDA-cleared body contouring treatment uses magnetic muscle stimulation to target and firm muscles below the fat layer. In this blog post, we’ll explore how the CoolTone® procedure works, what to expect during treatment, and any potential reasons you might not be suitable for this innovative treatment.
How CoolTone® Works
CoolTone® is a noninvasive body contouring procedure using electromagnetic stimulation to repeatedly contract muscle tissues. The treatment occurs through applicators placed on specific body areas, such as the abdomen, buttocks, or thighs. The muscles contract as the electric currents pass through the applicators, improving muscle tone and firmness.
What to Expect During CoolTone® Treatment
Your treatment provider will develop a personalized treatment plan based on your needs. During the procedure, one or two applicators will go over the targeted area, and a strap will cover the applicator. The electromagnetic stimulation is delivered through the applicator, and the intensity can fluctuate according to your comfort level. You’ll feel involuntary deep muscle contractions, followed by rest. You may wear a thin layer of clothing during the treatment.
CoolTone® Results and Benefits
The CoolTone® procedure can improve abdominal tone, strengthen abdominal muscles, and develop a firmer abdomen. Additionally, it can strengthen, tone, and firm the buttocks and thighs. Results and patient experiences may vary.
Who Should Avoid CoolTone® Treatment?
Some certain medical conditions and situations may make you an unsuitable candidate for CoolTone® treatment. Inform your provider of your entire medical history, and be sure to mention if you have any of the following conditions:
- Metal, electrical, or electronic implants/devices in the treatment area
- Graves’ disease, active bleeding disorders, or seizure disorders
- Menstruation or pregnancy
Other medical reasons to avoid CoolTone® include fever, recent surgical procedures, pulmonary insufficiency, and malignant tumors.
Potential Side Effects of CoolTone®
Temporary side effects may occur during and after CoolTone® treatment. These include muscular pain, temporary muscle spasms, joint or tendon pain, and local skin redness. Generally, these side effects resolve within days or weeks.
Take the First Step Towards a Toned Body
Are you interested in experiencing the benefits of CoolTone® in Denver? Consult RederMD to discuss your goals and determine if CoolTone® is the right treatment. Don’t wait – take the first step towards a more toned and sculpted body today. Give us a call at 720-550-6476.