Endermologie's Exciting Evolution – New Massage Technology Protocols Can Tone Body and Offer Pain Relief
Ive always found the phrase “Out with the old, in with the new,” a little harsh. What happens if the old works just fine must new automatically replace it simply because its the freshest, sexiest concept?
To my way of thinking its better to evolve the things we know that are already working into something even better or different. Take Endermologie for example. This massage technology has been around for several years providing visible results. For nearly a decade, men and women have enjoyed its relaxing, deep-tissue massage capabilities that can leave users with a more toned, defined body overall, and for women the reduction in the appearance of cellulite.
But even Endermologie had to evolve eventually. While some people have long enjoyed its slimming and toning effects, a new Endermologie-based protocol called Endermo Therapy is helping athletes at every level improve strength, flexibility and endurance while other people find they can better manage or eliminate joint and muscle pain.
Endermologie is a patented process and technology cleared by the FDA as a therapeutic massage technique to tone the body and reduce the appearance of cellulite and abdominal fat. Treatment is provided by trained, certified technicians and feels like a deep-tissue sports massage.
The LPG Endermologie machine powerful rollers with a smooth, mechanized suction process is endorsed by a variety of plastic surgeons and dermatologists and produces results that other invasive processes, including liposuction, cannot. The massage provides visible results by increasing blood circulation up to 400 percent which can result in a smoothing and tightening effect of the treated region, including hips, thighs and buttocks for women and abs and waist for men.
EndermoTherapy offers protocols that focus on pain management, rehabilitation and flexibility through completely different massage techniques. Results can be enhanced by working with a chiropractor or other health professional. The practice is gaining popularity for use in chronic pain relief from many conditions, including fibromyalgia, lower back pain, neck pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, chronic shoulder conditions, and knee and ankle pain.
EndermoTherapy works by stretching the contracted and painful muscle fibers as well as increasing blood and lymph circulation, which can lead to more rapid healing. The process mobilizes soft tissue (muscles, ligaments), making it more flexible and functional, and leading to a faster return to normal physical activity.
Its also effective because it can decrease the amount of chemical irritants around the muscle and thus pain by reducing swelling through increased metabolism and circulation.
No matter what your goals, a series of massages, combined with a healthy lifestyle that includes regular exercise, a balanced diet and plenty of hydration, may produce the best long-term results.
Both protocols work for men and women, though many women seek out Endermologie to treat cellulite alone. Because each increases blood circulation, they help burn fat and can lead to a more contoured and toned body.
It may not be a revolution, but for Endermologie enthusiasts its a welcome evolution.
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