with 4 tips options
The Modellata is an equipment that promotes vibratory-oscillatory therapy, combining vertical forces
and parallel lines to promote deep tissue mobilization (skin, subcutaneous tissue and
muscles) that allow treatments in the medical area, physical and aesthetic rehabilitation.
Modellata equipment has continuous mode and sweep mode options. The “sweep” mode promotes
a treatment in the form of a ramp, with oscillations between low and high frequencies during the
04 options of
The equipment also features 4 tips options that come with the product; Pointer “Point
central, “Multipoint” Tip, “Four-point” Tip, “Concave for drainage”.
CONTROL OF CYCLES PER SECOND IN
Modellata allows you to control the cycles per second on the applicator itself, making it easier to use
and optimizing treatment time, without the need for
interruptions for adjustments.
It presents a series of pre-programmed protocols, both for aesthetics and for rehabilitation,
all scientifically supported by our research, engineering and development team!
IDEAL FOR MODELINGBODY
Modellata allows you to maintain rhythmic strength and speed, optimizing treatment and minimizing
incidence of therapist injuries.
The base technology for Modellata is based on orthostatic oscillation mechanisms (platform
vibration), in which the increase in blood circulation is systemic. already the equipment
Modellata consists of a non-invasive therapeutic oscillatory vibration force, its effect
mechanic combines vertical and parallel forces on adjacent tissues and structures without
cause damage. This effect, in turn, alters vascular physiology, stimulating an increase in
skin oxygenation, improvement of cellular nutrition and skin tone, in addition to helping in the
elimination of metabolism by-products, reducing the appearance of cellulite and distributing
of subcutaneous adipose tissue and improve blood and lymph flow.
Modellata favors an increase in the permeability of actives in the skin, optimizes exchanges
metabolic disorders, induces peripheral and localized hyperemia (which increases the supply of oxygen and
nutrients to the tissues), has a decongestant and fibrinolytic action, and also promotes the
temporary pain relief by stimulating the skin’s mechanoreceptors, based on the mechanism of
“Pain floodgate theory”, by Melzack and Walsh (1965), and on the release of endorphins.
In the musculature, it acts by facilitating the removal of post-exercise lactate, minimizing muscle pain.
late, in addition to encouraging relaxation and toning the muscles. With Modellata, these effects
are potentiated by magnetic therapy, as the “Four-Point” tips and the
“Center point” have static magnets. Magnetic therapy is an alternative medical practice that
it also provides an increase in blood circulation, favoring the supply of oxygen and
nutrients to tissue through its magnetizing effect, piezoelectric effect and
Vibro-oscillatory therapy – context and development of literature
Vibration is a physical phenomenon where the oscillatory movement of a point around a reference point occurs. The intensity of this movement varies according to its frequency measured in Hertz (Hz), which is represented in cycles per second (cps).
Vibration is present in various occupational environments, in the daily life of the population and even in the functioning of the human body. The exposure of the human body to external vibrations has been extensively investigated for its harmful effects, however, the understanding that vibratory stimuli can be beneficial to the human body has been considered over the years.
The first applications of vibro-oscillatory therapy appeared in 1968, when Hagbarth and Eklund used oscillatory vibration at a high frequency of 150Hz in patients with spasticity, rigidity and cerebellar disorders. The conclusion was that the therapy caused a simultaneous relaxation of the evaluated antagonist muscles.
Ortolan et al. (2005) applied vibro-oscillatory therapy with 100Hz for 15 minutes on the triceps brachii muscle in eight adult subjects with stroke sequelae and found that vibro-oscillatory therapy was beneficial, as the patients showed improvement in the amplitude of movement (ROM), featuring a decrease in the degree of spasticity and improvement in motor control.
Umprhred et al. (2004) evaluated the effects of oscillatory vibration in patients with Parkinson’s and made sure that, with relatively low frequencies of 75Hz, there is already an important relaxation of the muscles.
In 1970, in the former Soviet Union, researchers developed the vibrating platform with the aim of increasing the bone mineral density of astronauts, as several studies show that vibration stimulates bone formation and promotes a significant gain in muscle strength due to greater neuromotor activity. and greater recruitment of muscle fibers. Vegar and Imtiyaz (2014) evaluated the use of the vibrating platform in individuals with delayed onset muscle soreness after physical exercise and found that there was an improvement in pain and muscle recovery.
Dornela and Duarte (2010) reviewed studies on the effect of mechanical vibrations on peripheral blood circulation and concluded that vibration, both local and systemic, causes increased blood flow.
Maloney-Hinds et al. (2008) compared the effects of different frequencies: 30Hz and 50Hz, alone or in the same session, in relation to treatment and recovery time. Concluding that, at five minutes of treatment, there was a peak of increase in blood flow and that both 30Hz and 50Hz of vibration produce significant increases in blood flow. Among the physiological effects directly related to vibro-oscillatory therapy are: symptomatic relief of muscle pain and improvement of local blood flow.
Information about Modellata Therapy
The base technology for the Modellata is based on orthostatic oscillation mechanisms (vibrating platform), in which the increase in blood circulation is systemic. The Modellata equipment, on the other hand, consists of a non-invasive therapeutic oscillatory vibration force, its mechanical effect combines vertical and parallel forces on adjacent tissues and structures, without causing damage. This effect, in turn, alters vascular physiology, stimulating increased skin oxygenation, improved cellular nutrition and skin tone, as well as helping to eliminate metabolism by-products, reduce the appearance of cellulite and distribute subcutaneous adipose tissue and improve blood and lymph flow.
Modellata favors an increase in the permeability of actives in the skin, optimizes metabolic exchanges, induces peripheral and localized hyperemia (which increases the supply of oxygen and nutrients to the tissues), has a decongestant and fibrinolytic action and also promotes pain relief by stimulating skin mechanoreceptors, based on the mechanism of “Pain Gate Theory”, by Melzack and Walsh (1965), and on the release of endorphins.
In the musculature, it acts by facilitating the removal of post-exercise lactate, minimizing delayed muscle pain, in addition to encouraging relaxation and toning the musculature. With Modellata, these effects are potentiated by magnetic therapy, as the “Four points” and the “Central point” tips have static magnets. Magnetic therapy is an alternative medical practice that also provides an increase in blood circulation, favoring the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the tissue through its magnetization effect, piezoelectric effect and metabolic effect.
- 1 PP female IEC- 2 x 0.75 x 1500mm cable (Code 03017006);
- 1 5A 20Ag fuse (Code 03019012);
- 1 “Multipoint” tip (Code 03067022);
- 1 tip “Concave for drainage” (Code 03067023);
- 1 “Four Points” tip (Code 03067020);
- 1 tip “Central Point” (Code 03067023);
- 1 digital operations manual (Code 03040068);
- 1 Modellata massage cream – 400g (Code 03044023);
- 1 Modellata applicator (Code 02O39940).
- Power: 100/240V | 50/60Hz;
- Electrical Class: Class II;
- Electrical protection: Type BF;
- IP20 degree of protection;
- Plastic cabinet;
- Operating temperature: 5°-35°C/41°-95°F;
- Number of applicator: 1 applicator in ABS and silicone;
- Number of tips: 4 silicone tips;
- Display: soft touch;
- Sound signal at the end of treatment: 3 sequential beeps;
- Private protocols: 20 private protocols that can be customized and saved in the device’s memory;
- Pre-programmed protocols: Pre-programmed protocols are suggested preset values and are available in the protocol list. The user can change the parameters of the protocol pre-programmed for use, but the user cannot save the change in the equipment’s memory.
- For tissue stimulation, therapy should be vigorous with sweeping movements;
- Apply the technique over the entire region until uniform hyperemia is achieved;
- As soon as the skin below the applicator appears hyperemic (reddened), change the direction and apply parallel to the area being treated;
- Persistence on the same site after hyperemia can cause petechiae and bruising;
- Keep the applicators adhered to the skin to avoid loss of contact;
- For relaxation techniques, use slow movements and low cycles;
- The technique should be started as often as the patient tolerates.
Prepare the patient for therapy
- Examine the skin and clean the treatment area;
- Clean application accessories before and after each therapy session;
- Use cream or vegetable oil to slide the tips;
- For static application, the use of cream or vegetable oil is optional;
- After the procedure, it is common for the patient to experience hyperemia (in some cases, slight swelling) and hypersensitivity.
- “Multipoint” Tip: temporary reduction of the appearance of cellulite, body contour modeling, temporary improvement of local blood circulation and symptomatic relief of muscle pain;
- “Concave for drainage” tip: aids in lymphatic drainage;
- “Four points” tip: symptomatic relief of muscle pain and temporary improvement of local blood circulation;
- “Central point” tip: symptomatic relief of muscle pain and temporary improvement of local blood circulation.
- Body modeling;
- Nodal clearance;
- Lymphatic drainage;
- Post-liposuction adhesion;
- Gynoid lipodystrophy (grade 1 and 2 cellulitis);
- Gynoid lipodystrophy (grade 3 and 4 cellulitis);
- Myofascial pain;
- Post-exercise muscle soreness;
- Adapted Shiatsu.
- Symptomatic relief of muscle pain;
- Temporary improvement of local blood circulation;
- Temporary reduction in the appearance of cellulite;
- Body contour modeling;
- Aid in lymphatic drainage;
- Post-exercise muscle recovery.
- About continuity solution;
- About skin lesions, such as dermatitis and dermatoses;
- Capillary fragility: presence of blood vessels called capillaries that break easily, causing petechiae and ecchymosis on the skin;
- About large varicose veins, due to the risk of thrombus displacement;
- Patients with acute deep vein thrombosis (DVT);
- On or near cancerous lesions;
- Implanted electronic device (eg, cardiac pacemaker, deep brain stimulation device, etc.);
- Use in patients with suspected infectious diseases and/or diseases in which it is advisable, for medical purposes, to suppress heat or fever.
The Modellata is a device that produces vibration-oscillatory therapy. It is a non-invasive, safe and efficient technique that works by providing multidirectional tissue mobilization, combining vertical and parallel forces and promoting deep tissue mobilization.
The equipment has an applicator that allows the exchange between 4 tips (multipoint, concave, four points and central point), which allow various techniques. In addition, it allows adjustment of continuous mode and Sweep mode (adjusting high and low frequencies) and a maximum frequency of 60cps.
The therapy can be used in large or small areas, being indicated for the treatment of localized fat, cellulite and fibrosis, muscle and myofascial pain, relaxation and reflexology maneuvers, in addition to stimulating lymphatic drainage.
What structures does therapy work on?
The therapy acts directly on the structures of the skin, subcutaneous tissue and muscle without causing discomfort or trauma. The resource can be performed in the cervical, thoracic, lumbar, abdominal, upper and lower limbs.
What are the physiological effects of this therapeutic resource?
In general, Modellata therapy promotes increased skin oxygenation, improved cell nutrition, skin tone, blood flow and lymphatic flow. It also assists in the elimination of metabolism by-products, in reducing the appearance of cellulite and in the distribution of subcutaneous adipose tissue, as well as in the reduction of measurements and circumference.
Modellata favors an increase in the permeability of actives in the skin, optimizes metabolic exchanges, incites peripheral hyperemia and localized hyperemia, which accelerates the oxygenation of nutrients to the tissues. This therapy, decongestant and fibrinolytic, causes temporary pain relief due to stimulation of skin mechanoreceptors, based on the mechanism of “Pain Gate Theory” and release of endorphins.
How many sessions are indicated?
Generally, from 6 to 10 sessions, depending on the therapeutic objective.
What is the interval between them?
Generally, this treatment is performed 2 to 3 times a week.
What is the result and when does it appear?
The response to aesthetic treatments is very individual, but from the first session, it is possible to observe an improvement in fluid retention and, throughout the sessions, other results. In general, the expected results are: improvement of body contour, reduction of fluid retention, temporary reduction of the appearance of cellulite, toning and improvement in the appearance of the skin, pain relief, in addition to post-exercise muscle recovery.
What is the advantage of this treatment over others on the market?
Vibro-oscillatory therapy offers numerous advantages in body treatment, since it treats several body aesthetic dysfunctions simultaneously. The interesting thing about Modellata is that the professional operator can combine two therapeutic goals in the same session, for example: modeling the body contour, at the same time, which performs lymphatic drainage through different preset frequencies, resulting in optimized physiological effects.