What Is Emsculpt

What Is Emsculpt?

Going to the gym and not seeing desired changes can be a frustrating experience. Rather than resigning yourself to a flat backside or flabby midsection, you may wish to consider a completely non-invasive treatment that can increase muscle and decrease fat.

Emsculpt is the world’s first and only procedure that can target muscle and fat at the same time to define abs and lift and tone buttocks. You’ve likely seen its impressive results on your Instagram feed or other social media platforms.

Continue reading as we answer the following questions: What is Emsculpt? How does it build muscle and burn fat? What does Emsculpt feel like?

What Is Emsculpt?

Emsculpt is a revolutionary body contouring treatment that can simultaneously build muscle and burn fat. This duality is what sets Emsculpt apart from other non-invasive technologies that only target subcutaneous fat and not underlying muscle.

Currently, the procedure is FDA-approved to tone, strengthen, and firm the abdomen and buttocks, making it an excellent option for women and men looking to take their bodies to the next level.

Emsculpt Muscle Building

Using high-intensity focused electromagnetic (HIFEM) energy, Emsculpt triggers 20,000 supramaximal muscle contractions in 30 minutes. In doing so, muscles are forced to constrict in a way that’s not possible through even the most rigorous physical training.

Accordingly, muscle fibers adapt to these extreme conditions and grow stronger and thicker. After a series of 4 treatments, spaced 2-3 days apart, patients can achieve up to a 16% increase in muscle mass, with more defined abs and tighter buttocks.

Emsculpt Fat Burning

Fat burning is an added benefit of Emsculpt’s ultra-powerful muscle contractions. More specifically, this muscular activity stimulates the release of free fatty acids, which overwhelms fat cells and causes them to die.

As a result, Emsculpt can produce up to a 19 percent reduction in subcutaneous fat following 4 sessions.

What Does Emsculpt Feel Like?

During an Emsculpt treatment, patients will experience three phases of muscle contraction. The second phase is slightly longer and more pronounced than the first, but feels fairly similar. However, the third phase is more of a tapping sensation, which prevents lactic acid from building up.

Overall, Emsculpt is an extremely comfortable procedure and most closely resembles an intense workout.

If you are considering Emsculpt, please call our office today to schedule a consultation with one of our highly skilled and talented providers.

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