Where does the fat go after radio frequency?

Radio Frequency provides a non-invasive alternative for people who want to lose weight but don’t want to undergo liposuction surgery. Weight loss with Radio Frequency is safe and natural, and your body will eventually expel the fat from the heated cells during treatment. 

You’ve heard it before: If you are overweight, losing weight can be difficult. But if you’re looking for a solution that doesn’t involve invasive surgery such as liposuction, here’s a treatment worth considering: Radio Frequency (RF). More specifically, RF Therapy. RF is a natural, safe method to help you lose weight because after the treatment, you can eat as you normally would, and the body will naturally expel the fat cells that were heated during treatment.

How does Radio Frequency work to help me lose weight?

RF Therapy is a safe, non-invasive method of losing weight through radio frequencies that cause the body to eliminate fat cells.

How much will my body lose in one session?

The weight loss during an RF Therapy session can vary from client to client, depending on how long it has been since their last meal and how the body reacts to treatment. But generally, the body will eliminate approximately 3-5 pounds of fat in one RF Therapy treatment.

What do I need to do before the treatment?

You can plan by eating small meals and drinking 8-10 glasses of water to reach a healthy weight. If you are not overweight, you will not need this treatment. You should also make an appointment at your local medical spa or physician’s office to ensure that your insurance plan covers this procedure. Please see the FAQs section of our website for more details on preparing for your initial consultation with our practice for the use of radio frequency therapy (RF).

What happens to my body during the treatment?

 Your body will be exposed to a special type of energy that causes the cells to heat up and release the fat from the cell. No pain, discomfort, or negative side effects are associated with this procedure. Any swelling or bruising will subside within 24 hours, and any loose skin will tighten back up after about 4 weeks.

Can I eat and drink before RF?

Yes, before and after your RF Therapy session, you should have small meals with water, but you should wait 12-24 hours before your last meal before your appointment for treatment for best results.

Will my body be sore after the treatment?

Your body will not be sore, but you should expect some swelling and bruising on your abdomen when you wake up after your treatment. After 10 days, any swelling and bruising will have subsided, and your skin will tighten back up.

How long do the results last?

The RF therapy results usually last several months but can vary from person to person depending on their health conditions and lifestyle.

How often will I need RF to maintain the results?

You may need to return for a maintenance session every few months to a year, depending on how quickly your body begins to build fat again.

Is RF Therapy safe? Will it hurt? What should I expect?

The Radio Frequency procedure is 100% safe and painless, and you can expect no side effects or complications after your treatment if you follow all of your practitioner’s instructions before and after the procedure. Most patients have no discomfort during the treatment, but some people may experience mild warming or tingling sensations while being treated with radio frequency energy. Please see the FAQs section of our website for more details on how to prepare for your initial consultation with our practice.

How long does RF Therapy last?

Depending on your health, lifestyle, and diet, you can typically expect results for 3-5 months after each treatment session. But the results can vary from person to person and may depend on their weight loss goals and dedication to exercise and healthy eating before getting RF Therapy. The good news is that the procedure is non-invasive, so there are no side effects or risks involved with trying it out. Also, most patients regain their body’s original appearance after one or two sessions of radio frequency therapy (RF).

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