Hide/Show Banner - Home - Site Map - Print Page - Email Page - Refer a Friend

Can I use the Far Infrared Sauna Blanket if I have breast implants?

Although it is technically safe per the manufacturers instructions, JSB Deeper Health does not want to possibly jeopardize the health of our clients and therefore does not allow clients with implants to use the blankets.

Can I use the Far Infrared Sauna Blanket or Inversion Table if I'm pregnant?

No, unfortunately, you can't. The elevated temperatures and traction are not safe for the baby.

What is the maximum height or weight allowed for the inversion tables?

The inversion tables can handle clients between 4'10" and 6'6" tall and has a maximum weight capacity of 325lbs.

How long are the inversion treatments?

Inversion treatments consist of a set of exercises to warm up the tissue (five to ten minutes), actual inversion time (15 minutes) and stretches to "set" the work you done (five minutes). So your total visit time is approximately 30 minutes. Your initial visit and status visits will be about 45 minutes because they include consultations with your therapist to gauge your current status, improvements and changes to routine.

How many times per week may I use the sauna blanket or inversion table?

We allow up to three 60 minute visits per week to the sauna blankets and daily visits to the inversion tables.

Are the results of the wrap and sauna blanket permanent?

Everyone is different. The It Works!® wrap is effective up to 72 hours after treatment and the results are progressive. The more regular your session schedule, the better your results. However, technically, no procedure is permanent. Even people who have gastric bypass surgery can regain weight if they do not make a healthy lifestyle change. These treatments are not to be used as a replacement for a healthy diet and exercise, but rather as an enhancement to your efforts.

What areas are considered small and large for the Ultrasonic Cavitation and Lypossage?

A large area would usually consist of the abdomen, back, front or back of thigh or each glute,usually an area of 12" by 8". Two small areas, such as both upper arms, the "love handles" (low back/upper glute area), and the "saddlebags" (low glute/upper thigh area) are also options. Everyone is a different size though, so what may be enough for one person may not be for the next. Try measuring the area you want addressed and we can go from there, but the areas listed above are usually how it is determined.