For those looking to achieve the desired results with Emsculpt, several sessions are necessary. Most patients require 2 to 4 treatments, with an interval of 3 days in the span of two weeks. Each session is a 30-minute treatment on a particular area of the body. If you're looking to work on multiple areas, such as the abdominal area and the buttock area, two 30-minute sessions will be necessary.
The protocol recommends four sessions of Emsculpt in a period of approximately two weeks, separated by two or three days for optimal results. This cutting-edge technology is ideal for physically fit individuals who are in general good health and have a BMI (body mass index) of 30 or less. EMSCULPT focuses on causing muscle contractions beyond what is naturally possible with exercise, helping to tighten muscles and reduce unwanted fat. As muscle tissue undergoes this cellular change, it strengthens while excess fat is reduced.
However, the muscle mass gained with EMSCULPT treatments is not permanent. On average, patients can enjoy their EMSCULPT results for about six months or more. To maintain these results, it is recommended that patients maintain a healthy diet and exercise, along with regular EMSCULPT follow-up sessions every few months. If you exercise once and never return to the gym, those muscles atrophy, and the same goes for the muscle mass gained by Emsculpt.
You can expect to preserve your results for six months to a year, but it is recommended that you maintain these results with a healthy lifestyle that includes diet and exercise. We also have special maintenance pricing after your package finishes so you can come and keep the results. Some people undergo Emsculpt and then keep their bodies newly toned on their own with regular exercise, but other patients receive Emsculpt and plan to return for more treatment as maintenance. Those who have injuries and can't exercise the way they used to can benefit from Emsculpt NEO for core training, as well as people with sciatica, neurological problems, and posture problems.