For some people, excess fat can be a problem in everyday life. For others, the problem is more severe and even dangerous. Fortunately, there are now many different options for treating excessive fat, including surgery and body contouring devices with DMA therapy.
What is DMA Treatment?
DMA stands for Dynamic Metabolic Activation Therapy. It is a non-invasive, natural, and drug-free fat loss and body contouring device whose treatment technique overpowers the fat cells inside your body to break them down and make them into a usable source of energy. The DMA Treatment technique has been used in clinics in Europe since 2005 with over 400,000 patients treated so far without any side effects reported.
The DMA technique is a natural and drug-free body contouring treatment that uses the body’s energy system to break down and detoxify fat cells. Using a special ultrasound, the body contouring device sends targeted frequencies of sound waves into your body, which causes fat tissue to overheat.
This causes an increase in the amount of heat produced inside your body, which generates more energy in your cells. It also releases an enzyme called lipase that breaks down the fats found in your fat cells.
Who is The DMA Technique For?
The technique is most effective for targeting fat deposits in the body as it not only speeds up the metabolism but also reduces cortisol (a hormone that slows down metabolism).
This sort of therapy does not require any medication or supplements. It is suitable for vegetarians and vegans. The fat reduction device is safe and effective for both men and women of all ages.
How Long Does the Procedure Take?
The treatment takes between 20 to 30 minutes and is administered once a day. You can either go to your doctor’s office or use a machine that delivers the frequencies to your home. The energy system of your body has a natural response to this therapy and will heal itself within 3-4 weeks.
Is DMA Therapy Safe?
This therapy is completely natural. DMA therapy works by inhibiting the production of Citrate Lyase, thereby stopping lipogenesis from occurring inside the cells. In some cases, the fat reduction device can be used to reduce excess fat in the upper body, while in others it can be used on specific areas of the body such as the sides of the hips and waist.
Sometimes it is combined with dieting and exercise to achieve optimal results. The therapy has been approved by the FDA since 2008. Research and testing on fat reduction with DMA have been ongoing since the procedure was first introduced.
In 2018, it received approval from the FDA for use on the upper arm. This is intended to replace the fat that has been lost due to weight loss. The device is designed to be used in a doctor’s office under local anesthesia, with no recovery time needed after treatment.
The cost of this type of therapy depends on the area being treated. The cost is higher in areas where there is more fat to be reduced.
Statistics for DMA Treatment Results
In 2013, a study was published that tested the effectiveness of DMA on a group of individuals with excessive abdominal fat. The study involved 86 individuals who were sent for treatment to have their upper body fat removed. The average weight loss for participants was 15.8 pounds after the first session and 10.4 pounds after their final session in the study. Participants reported more than a 50% reduction in abdominal fat after one year of treatment.
Another study was conducted in 2014, which involved patients with excess fat in the hip area. This was a 5-month trial, where participants underwent an initial treatment session and then had their device replaced every 8 weeks for a total of three sessions. The average weight loss after use of the body contouring device was 35 pounds due to DMA therapy.