Emsculpt – The Procedure, the Benefits and More

Emsculpt – The Procedure, the Benefits and More

This FDA-approved in-office system is a first-of-its-kind, non-invasive body-contouring device that uses High-Intensity Oriented Electro-Magnetic (HIFEM) energy to trigger muscle contractions. No other technology is able to simultaneously treat both muscle and fat. Emsculpt has two applicators that can be used on either the abdomen or buttocks individually or simultaneously.

Emsculpt treatment in clinic starts at a low level and the severity gradually increases according to the tolerance of the patient. In their first session, most patients hit 100% strength. There is a resting period between strength increases: the machine takes out lactic acid from the muscles in this mode, so you get all the benefit without the pain. You are out the door as soon as the half-hour is complete: no downtime, no redness, no swelling, really nothing but stronger fibers of muscles in record time.

That's pretty indescribable: it's not painful, it's just awkward. The explanation for this unusual feeling: Your muscles contract involuntarily. Some claim that it sounds like a deep vibration, while others have described it in your muscles as a buzzing or twitch. Even if it's disturbing, almost startling, you slowly adapt to the sensation at first.

The amplitude increases every few minutes and the vibration alternates with a tap during the resting period. Afterwards, plan to feel like you had a fantastic workout in the treated areas the next day with potential muscle exhaustion. Follow-up sessions are much better because, because you know what to expect, your muscles are already stronger and you are more relaxed.

What are the seven benefits provided by Emsculpt?

Effectiveness - You'll get better outcomes than the most tough gym workout. Just imagine trying in one training session to get in 20,000 squats or sit-ups-it 's hard! Yet, in each session, Emsculpt creates certain outcomes, pushing the muscles to recondition and adjust to a tougher workout, rendering weak muscle areas firmer and stronger.

Improved Metabolism - The faster your metabolism, the more calories you burn, and the quicker you lose weight, as you know. Some patients with Emsculpt have experienced a five-fold increase in fat metabolism (apoptotic index increased from 19% to 92% post-treatment). That will certainly begin your weight loss leap.

Faster Results - Following the very first therapy session, you should expect to see established toning. Treatments usually require four sessions with deeper outcomes after each visit over a 2-3 week span. And the outcomes last! After the last session, you'll continue to see progress for up to six months.

Muscle Regeneration - This is an invaluable advantage for athletes! After an injury in record time, Emsculpt helps to rebuild and strengthen the muscle, which will not only get you back on your feet quicker, it will increase your stamina so that you can exercise faster and more effectively.

Non-invasive - The Emsculpt system targets only the muscles, so there is absolutely no cutting and no impact on the skin. It has actually become one of the most common alternatives to procedures such as liposuction, tummy tucks, and butt implants, as it poses no chance of the same result. And best of all, there is no need for anesthesia (local or otherwise, since it's absolutely painless).

No Recovery Time - Again, Emsculpt does not require cutting unlike surgery, so no pre-treatment prep or post-treatment recovery time is required. With limited pain, you can carry on with your usual activities immediately afterwards. In the days following a therapy session, some experience muscle soreness comparable to an intense workout, but it's nothing that a little stretching can't fix.

See here at Longevity Aesthetics and Laser Spa in OKC for any cosmetic treatment. In our clinic, we do emsculpt treatment with efficiency to several patients with success. For more of our aesthetic and cosmetic treatment, visit our website.

**Disclaimer: This content is neither a medical advice nor it  imply a doctor-patient relationship.

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