Is There Any Downtime?
No, there is no expected downtime after your truSculpt Flex session.
Are There Side Effects?
While there are no side effects, you can expect soreness immediately after your session that lasts 24-48 hours, just like you would after an intense workout. For post-care, we recommend high-protein shakes to aid your muscle recovery.
How Many Treatments Are Needed?
This is up to you. However, a typical plan includes between 4-6 treatments.
If you’re an active person who works out or exercises regularly while maintaining a healthy diet, then maintenance sessions every 3-4 months are recommended.
On the other hand, if you live a more sedentary lifestyle in which you don’t follow a good diet or routinely exercise, monthly maintenance sessions are highly recommended so you don’t lose your muscle strength and definition.
In fact, truSculpt flex may be a waste of time and money for anyone who isn’t active.
How Is truSculpt flex Different from Other Muscle Sculpting Procedures?
- Faster – up to four muscle groups can be treated in a single 45-minute session
- Safer – unique truControl™ technology delivers less energy yet safe, consistent, effective results
- Increased muscle thickness – clinically proven to increase muscle mass an average of 30%
- Versatile – it not only can be customized for a variety of fitness levels, goals, and body shapes, it can also be performed on two people simultaneously
All in all, truSculpt flex is a state-of-the-art way to lose weight, tone your body, refine muscle definition, and turbocharge metabolism. Find out if it’s right for you.
Who Is a Good Candidate for truSculpt flex?
Generally, if you are in general good health, with only focal areas of concern, you are an ideal candidate.
Is truSculpt flex Effective on All Skin Types?
Yes, it is. There are no skin type restrictions for treatments with truSculpt flex.
Are There Contraindications with truSculpt flex?
Yes, there are several contraindications with truSculpt flex to be aware of if you are a patient with:
- Cardiac pacemaker, defibrillator, or other implanted metallic or electronic devices
- Cancerous lesions
- Acute trauma or fracture
- Recent surgical procedures
- Abdominal or inguinal hernia
- Critical ischemia of lower limbs
- Blood flow deficiencies/venous thrombosis