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Emsculpt Non-Invasive Muscle Toning And Body Sculpting

Emscupt is FDA authorized/cleared for improvement of abdominal tone, strengthening of the abdominal muscles, development of firmer abdomen. Strengthening, toning and firming of buttocks, thighs, and calves. Improvement of muscle tone and firmness, for strengthening muscles in arms. In addition, the EMSCULPT creates the world’s first non-invasive buttock toning procedure. Emsculpt uses the non-invasive HIFEM® (High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic) technology to induce muscle contractions not achievable through voluntary contractions.

When exposed to strong contractions, the muscle tissue is forced to adapt to such extreme conditions. It responds with a deep remodeling of its inner structure that results in muscle building and sculpting your body. One 30 minute Emsculpt treatment is the equivalent of 20,000 situps.

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Emsculpt Procedure

The applicator is applied to the area. One of two applicators are applied depending on the size of the area. The Emsculpt treatment starts. You will feel strong contractions with periods of rest. 4 treatments are required over 2 weeks for a slimmer and firmer abdomen.

*Individual Results May Vary

Emsculpt FAQs

How many Emsculpt treatments are required?
4 sessions are required for visible results. 2 treatments a week for 2 weeks.
Are Emsculpt results permanent?
When working with muscle there is always maintenance which is required. The muscle will eventually weaken without exercise. Maintenance sessions are an option to maintain muscle tone.
When will I see results from Emsculpt?
You begin to feel tangible results right after the treatment. Positive results are usually reported two to four weeks after the last session and continue to improve for several weeks following the treatments.
Is Emsculpt Painful?
The Emsculpt procedure is not painful. The intensity is increased based on your comfort level. We will adjust the intensity to ensure you are getting a good “workout”.