FALL RIVER, Mass. - May 22, 2020 - (Newswire.com)
Many women endure prolonged health and aesthetics concerns as a result of pregnancy. According to the cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Mark X. Lowney, “diastasis recti, or abdominal separation and incontinence commonly result after giving birth and can significantly affect a woman’s standard of living.” Dr. Lowney, who is board-certified in cosmetic surgery and ob/gyn, specializes in feminine health and wellness at his medical center, Advanced Body Sculpting in New England. While Dr. Lowney performs surgeries to improve these conditions, he admits, “more and more patients desire a non-invasive, more natural solution, wishing to avoid anesthesia, scalpels, and lengthy recovery times.” Fortunately, the therapeutic application of Highly Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) energy offers many of these women with “non-surgical alternatives that require minimal to no downtime.”
Diastasis Recti affects the largest muscle in the abdomen. It often occurs in the last trimester of pregnancy as pressure from the growing baby causes the “the two vertical muscle groups to separate and pull away from the abdomen,” explains Dr. Lowney. “It afflicts 33% to 60% of pregnant women.” According to Dr. Lowney, Diastasis Recti usually resolves on its own as the muscles rejuvenate themselves. “However, for some women, the damage is too great, potentially leading to cosmetic concerns and health problems.” Surgery and physical therapy were once the only options for medical intervention. Emsculpt, a new body contouring treatment changes that, offering a non-surgical solution for abdominal separation. “Emsculpt uses HIFEM energy to stimulate muscle contractions. Clinical studies demonstrate that Emsculpt improves Diastasis Recti by strengthening the abdominal wall.”
Another treatment utilizing HIFEM energy is Emsella. The non-invasive incontinence treatment reduces urinary leakage by strengthening the muscles of the pelvic floor. Nicknamed the “Kegel throne,” a single Emsella treatment stimulates 20,000 contractions, the equivalent of 20,000 Kegels. “This strengthens the muscles responsible for supporting the bladder, which reduces symptoms of stress and urge incontinence,” says Dr. Lowney. Moreover, patients remain fully dressed during the treatment and immediately resume their normal activities when the treatment is over.
For women living in the Fall River, MASS area, Dr. Lowney invites them into Advanced Body Sculpting of New England for a free consultation to learn about Emsculpt and Emsella. To schedule, visit Dr. Lowney online at his website https://massachusettscosmetic.com or call (877) 577-5476.
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