Struggling with Neck, Shoulder, Back, Wrist and Leg Pain ? Try our Muscle-Related Pain Relief!

Soft tissue injuries can result from sports, during your workday, in a fender bender, after a slip-and-fall, and potentially any other day-to-day activity. Regardless of the situation in which they occur, your soft tissue injuries are a result of muscle, ligament, or joint damage resulting from sudden severe or repetitive trauma. Pain and restricted movement are often the result, significantly impacting your life and sometimes even putting it all on hold. Pain, rest, and rehabilitation can be the hardest part, as you simply wait for recovery. Your eagerness to get back to your regular routine may just be the reason we provide this treatment for accelerated recovery.

A non-invasive system for the treatment of acute and chronic disorders of the musculoskeletal system, such as muscle spasms, back pain, and soft tissue injuries, such as those brought on by sports injury, joint pain, and stiffness in other areas of the body. It increases tissue temperature and results in pain relief, myorelaxation, increase of local blood circulation, and reduced edema. Venus Heal™ features two ergonomic applicators—Small and Large—with an innovative multi-polar electrode arrangement and unique smart electrode coupling algorithm. Both applicators deliver therapeutic treatments using innovative RP3 technology, which is made up of three components: Multi-Polar Radio Frequency, Pulsed Electro Magnetic Fields, and mechanical manipulation or massage.


Our Muscle-Related Pain Relief treatments utilize innovative RP3 technology, which is a synergistic combination of Multi-Polar Radio Frequency (RF) energy, Pulsed Electro Magnetic Fields (PEMF), and therapeutic massage. When combined, these three therapeutic modes of action, each proven to effectively target soft tissue injuries and conditions, offer a powerful treatment that offers quicker results faster than traditional modalities alone. Used alone or as part of a holistic treatment plan, our treatments may be recommended to relieve:
• Neck, shoulder, back, wrist, and leg pain
• Repetitive strain and overuse injuries, including carpal tunnel
• Foot pain, including plantar fasciitis
• Tennis elbow or Jumper’s knee
• Muscle strain
• Many other soft tissue injuries and conditions
These quick and comfortable treatments result in pain relief, reduced swelling, improved local blood circulation, muscle relaxation, and increased range of motion for accelerated healing.
• Targeted thermal energy with adjustable levels delivers deep, homogenous 3D distribution of heat
• Helps to reduce nerve pain in the connective tissue to increase range of motion and relieve pain
• Increases fibroblast migration and proliferation, resulting in increased collagen synthesis
• Helps to stimulate the deposition of new collagen in the tissue
• Helps to deliver nutrients for repair, growth, and proliferation of cells
• Helps to increase angiogenesis1
• Can be used without RF during acute phase of injury to reduce edema
• Addition of manual therapy (massage) improves lymphatic drainage and circulation
•  Facilitates breakdown of connective tissue tension and fascial adhesions if needed
•  Synergistic combination of RP3 can effectively reduce pain medication
Once or twice a week treatment within 45 minutes.
Return to your regular routine immediately after your treatment sessions.
Recommend a series of 4-10 treatment depend on the injuries.
While your treatment provider will be better able to speak to your unique case, rest assured that this is ideal for the treatment of soft tissue injuries and conditions where a thermal modality (deep heat), pulsed magnetic energy, and/or massage is recommended. However, for safety reasons, Muscle-Related Pain Relief is NOT recommended for who:
• Have active inflammation and/or infection in the treatment area.
• Have or have had cancer.
• Have a degenerative neurologic disease or any other disease around the treatment area that may be triggered by heat (e.g. herpes).
•  Have been diagnosed with a hematological disease, such as HIV.
•  Have a history of inflammation causing blood clots.
•  Regularly take corticosteroids or beta-blockers.
•  Have an active implant in the body, such as an internal defibrillator or pacemaker.
• Have any passive implants, excluding dental, specifically in the treatment area, including metal or silicone implants, injections, or the like.
•  Have varicose veins.
•  Are currently pregnant or are undergoing an IVF procedure.
•  Have been diagnosed with a skin-related autoimmune disease.

Don`t miss your chance to get back to your regular routine!

It’s true that RF, PEMF, and massage—the three modes of action behind this treatment—have been used individually in different soft tissue injury treatments for many, many years. However, this is the first device of its kind to combine all three in one soft tissue injury treatment. More specifically, our treatment incorporates an innovative RF delivery system. Using PEMF, our applicators deliver heat energy deep below the skin’s surface in a very targeted, deep, and uniform fashion that other devices simply cannot match. These treatments then go one step further with the added healing benefits of massage.

Typically, most patients receive four to ten treatment sessions to experience the most effective results with sessions spaced at least 24 to 48 hours apart when using RF to ensure adequate tissue recovery. Although you may notice a significant improvement after one session, these results may lessen without an adequate number of subsequent treatments. For this reason, it’s strongly advised that you complete your full treatment plan, as recommended by your care provider. Of course, treatment plans may differ depending on your injury and your individual treatment needs, as well as the parameters used while delivering the treatment.

It is quick, taking just 15-45 minutes to complete, depending on the nature of your injury and the size of the treatment area. Regardless, they’re quick enough to fit into a lunch break or busy schedule.
The treatment itself is considered very comfortable for most patients. When your provider is using RF mode, expect to feel the applicator gradually growing warmer as they glide it around the treatment area. The treatment will create a deep heating effect, alongside the massaging component.
As for outcomes, following the first treatment, a reduction in pain and muscle spasm, as well as an increase in range of motion may be observed. However, additional treatments are encouraged to maintain these results and improve overall outcomes as they prompt the injured area to further heal over time. Total sessions will vary based on your provider’s analysis and recommended treatment plan.

As a general guideline, cleanse skin in the treatment area before your appointment to ensure it is free of any creams, lotions, or other topicals. Your treatment provider may also ask you to remove any jewelry around the area. Loose-fitting, softer clothing is recommended, when possible, as skin can feel warm to the touch afterward and stiff or tight clothing may cause irritation. Your provider should review any other details specific to your treatment with you prior to your first appointment.

Post-treatment recommendations will vary depending on your injury and treatment plan. Your treatment provider will review any details, recommendations, and follow-up instructions with you following your first treatment. If you have any questions that may affect your plans or schedule following your treatment, it’s best to reach out to our care coordinator for advice or clarification.

It is $200 for each treatment area. Additionally, special price for packages and easy financing options are available to you.

The best way to know exactly what you will be paying is by contacting us by calling 703 299 0707 and schedule a consultation visit with us. These consultations take as little as 10-30 minutes and are private one on one in person or virtual consultations.