Is Emsculpt Worth It?

Is Emsculpt Worth It?

Do you wish your abs were leaner and more toned, rather than soft and flabby? Is your backside less round or pert than you’d like? Have you been unable to reach your body goals with diet and exercise alone?

If this is you, then Emsculpt can offer a safe, effective, and non-surgical way to tighten your abdomen and lift your buttocks. And without surgery, downtime, or pain.

Despite all of these benefits, you may be wondering: Is Emsculpt worth it?

Continue reading to learn all about Emsculpt and if it’s right for you.

What Is Emsculpt?

Emsculpt is a revolutionary non-invasive body contouring treatment that can help you finally get a 6-pack or a firmer backside. The FDA-approved procedure has the ability to affect muscles in a way that can’t be achieved through normal physical activity. It also burns fat.

This duality makes Emsculpt the first and only non-surgical technology that simultaneously builds muscles and trims fat.

How Does Emsculpt Tone Muscles and Burn Fat?

Emsculpt uses high-intensity focused electromagnetic (HIFEM) energy to initiate a series of forced-muscle contractions, which are unique to Emsculpt.

While traditional exercise activates 50 percent of abdominal or gluteal muscles for three-to-five seconds, Emsculpt stimulates a series of 20,000 muscle contractions in 30 minutes. What’s more, muscles are 100 percent activated throughout an Emsculpt treatment.

As a result, muscle fibers are forced to undergo intense remodeling. Additionally, free fatty acids are released, which leads to the destruction of fat cells in the targeted area.

Is Emsculpt Worth It?

After learning that they could get toned abs and boosted buttocks without surgery, pain, downtime, or strenuous exercise, many patients question if this treatment is too good to be true. More specifically, they ask: Is Emsculpt worth it?

The answer to this question has been scientifically-proven in seven U.S.-based studies. After undergoing a series of four treatments, spaced two-to-three days apart, patients achieved an average 16 percent increase in muscle mass and 19 percent decrease in subcutaneous fat.

What’s more, following Emsculpt, patients are able to note visible tightening and firming in their abs and buttocks for a more defined and lifted appearance. Many also feel increased core strength that benefits their active lifestyle.

Want to Get Started with Emsculpt?

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

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