People often talk about the core as if it’s one big muscle, but it is much more complex. The back, glutes, and numerous small pelvic muscles are often over-looked. All these muscles have their own unique functions—your glutes extend your hips, your obliques rotate and flex your torso, and hip abductors fine-tune motor activity for example—but they all also perform one of two key actions that bind them as “core” muscles: they support and stabilize your spine or pelvis. These muscles not only provide postural control and stability, but also facilitate the transfer of power between your limbs and between your lower and upper body. A strong core leads to maximum athletic performance, while an incomplete core strength profile often leads to injury. Importantly, anyone can benefit from a solid foundation of core strength for these very reasons.
Even the smallest daily tasks can become more difficult as a sedentary lifestyle can lead to a decrease in bone density and lean muscle mass, tightened hip muscles, and an overall loss in muscle strength.
Stats to consider:
• After the age of 30, we lose roughly 3% to 5% of our muscle mass per decade
• 26% of people with back discomfort blamed weak muscles or a lack of exercise
• 67% of women with abdominal separation (Diastasis Recti) have pelvic floor disorder
• Only 55% of adults engage in enough physical activity to achieve health benefits
• Every 11 seconds, an older adult is treated in the emergency room for a fall
Core to floor therapy, with a 95% patient satisfaction, is the first non-invasive solution to address the whole core, which can improve muscle strength, balance, posture, incontinence, and possibly relieve back pain. We utilize two HIFEM therapies, Emsella and Emsculpt Neo, to strengthen, firm and tone the abdomen and pelvic floor muscles. This non-invasive combination therapy results in increased muscle hypertrophy and hyperplasia and restoration of neuromuscular control, complete core health.
Both Emsella and Esculpt Neo deliver focused electromagnetic energy (HIFEM) of varying intensity and duration of pulses to induce supra-maximal contractions non-invasively over the course of therapy. This results in a complete stimulation of the muscles, both large and small, independent of movement because induced contractions are involuntary. None of the local musculature is missed, and each muscle is worked well beyond any person’s capacity to exercise, regardless of athletic ability.
EMSELLA® is used to treat all forms of urinary incontinence, stimulates deep pelvic floor muscles and restore neuromuscular control. A single session brings thousands of supra-maximal pelvic floor muscle contractions, which are extremely important in muscle re-education of incontinent patients. All this is done without any effort on your part and without getting undressed. Scientific research shows that 95% of treated patients have reported significant improvement in the quality of life.
EMSCULPT NEO® technology induces 20,000 supra-maximal muscle contractions, compared to doing 20,000 full contraction crunches or squats in one session. When exposed to supra-maximal contractions, the muscle tissue is forced to adapt to such extreme conditions. It responds with a deep remodeling of its inner structure that results in muscle building and adipose tissue burning. Clinical studies showed on average a 25% growth in muscle volume.
Both devices are FDA approved and are safe and easy to use. A course of Emsella treatment is typically six, 28-minute sessions, done two times per week for three weeks. With Emsculpt Neo, four, 30-minute sessions are spaced about five to ten days apart.
Our goal here at REJUV AVE of Fenton, MI is to help YOU restore core to floor health by restoring your core and pelvic floor muscles. We are here to help you enjoy your best life with more strength, less pain, improved balance, confidence, and improved intimacy. Book online now for your complimentary consultation with our core to floor specialist.