Melbourne-based Practice Among First Nationally to Introduce the Latest Innovation in Body Contouring
MELBOURNE, FLA. – January 21, 2020 – Just in time for anyone making a New Year’s resolution to get a stronger, more toned body, Ross A. Clevens, MD, FACS and the team at Clevens Face and Body Specialists are excited to be the first in Brevard — and among the first in the nation — to introduce CoolTone, the latest innovation in body contouring. Created by the makers of Botox and CoolSculpting, the world’s top nonsurgical fat reduction treatment, CoolTone is a procedure that can tone, firm, and strengthen muscles with no surgery and no downtime.
“CoolTone is an extraordinary new technology that’s achieving phenomenal results for patients who want stronger, more toned muscles,” says Dr. Ross Clevens. “The treatment pairs perfectly with our CoolSculpting nonsurgical fat reduction so our patients can reach their body contouring goals in a noninvasive way, such as finally getting the butt lift or six-pack abs they have always wanted.”
An FDA-cleared technology proven to tighten muscles, CoolTone can be used to treat a patient’s abdomen, buttocks and thighs. CoolTone works by creating powerful muscle contractions using magnetic muscle stimulation that targets muscles safely and effectively. A typical treatment plan includes a 30-minute session for each targeted area performed twice weekly over a two-week period. Many patients see a noticeable improvement immediately following their treatment series.
Ideal candidates for CoolTone include men and women with a regular fitness routine who want to accelerate their results and improve muscle definition, as well as patients who would like to strengthen their core muscles. In clinical studies, patients gained at estimated 16% increase in muscle mass after a series of just four CoolTone treatments.
“A toned look can be difficult to achieve, even with exercise and training,” says Dr. Clevens. “The advantages of CoolTone are twofold: treatments can help achieve a firmer, more sculpted look cosmetically, as well as the functional benefit for patients who want to increase strength in their abdomen, thighs, and glutes.”
Clevens Face and Body Specialists is offering complimentary consultations for anyone interested in learning more about CoolTone. Additionally, the practice is hosting a CoolSculpting and CoolTone Consult Day on January 31 from 10am to 3pm in Melbourne. For more information about CoolTone at Clevens Face and Body Specialists, visit www.drclevens.com or call (321) 727-3223.