EMSCULPT-COSTA MESA-ORANGE COUNTY

AFTER 6 EMSCULPT TREATMENTS

AFTER 6 EMSCULPT TREATMENTS

EMSCULPT treatments build muscle and burn fat to revolutionize the body contouring industry! Utilizing HIFEM energy, a single treatment is said to be the equivalent of 20,000 squats or 20,000 crunches, building, toning, and strengthening muscles in a way that is not possible to do at the gym.

While it may sound too good to be true, the FDA cleared procedure is deemed safe, painless, and requires no downtime. Moreover, as Emsculpt gains popularity, it shows patients long-lasting results. If you do not want to invest in a surgical procedure, this can be a great alternative to liposuction.

The Emsculpt Method

Emsculpt uses High-Intensity Focused Electro Magnetic (HIFEM) energy to work its magic. The energy translates into melted body fat and acts as a stimulant to muscle growth. During the treatment, an applicator is utilized to deliver the energy onto the parts of your body that are being treated – typically the abdomen and buttocks. This energy forces supramaximal contractions to the body’s underlying muscles. These supramaximal muscle contractions are considered supraphysiological, literally meaning superhuman, referring to the fact that the muscle work of an Emsculpt treatment cannot be duplicated manually at the gym. These contractions build and increase the intended muscle group, unlike any workout.

Emsculpt before and after images show patients how this treatment is different from all other non-invasive treatments. By using the HIFEM energy, subcutaneous fat cells are disrupted, forcing them to breakdown and stop working. Other body contouring treatments only target fat cells, neglecting the component that constitutes at least 35% of body composition: muscles.

US FDA clearances:

Emsculpt® is intended for improvement of abdominal tone, strengthening of the abdominal muscles, development of firmer abdomen. Strengthening, toning and firming of buttocks and thighs. Improvement of muscle tone and firmness, for strengthening muscles in arms.

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