How many treatments are necessary?
The answer to this is based on several things including the patient’s goal, the patient’s age, and the patient’s overall health and physical fitness. For the most part you begin with a corrective series of two treatments per week for six weeks, totaling twelve treatments. More treatments may be required to reach a specific patient goal. After this goal is reached, a maintenance program is highly suggested (once a month is typically enough to sustain results).
When will I notice a change?
Most people will see an immediate change in the tone and texture of their skin however; this will be a temporary effect. After the fourth or fifth treatment the patient will begin to see sustained changes. Equate this procedure to exercise.
Are there any contraindications?
People with a pacemaker, epilepsy, who are pregnant, melanoma, with metal plates of pins or those with implants in the area of machine use are not suitable candidates.