Emsculpt is the only procedure that helps women and men build muscle and sculpt the body. While there are many muscle toning treatments offered none are as effective as Emsculpt. With 20 peer-reviewed papers backing up this claim there is no treatment that comes close to Emsculpt.
Not only is Emsculpt backed by real search but it is has proven to be extremely popular with patients. In 2020 the Emsculpt was rated as the ‘most worth it’ treatment by Realself.com.
The walk-in walk-out treatment can tone:
The treatment will not only have you looking better but moving better.
Did you know After age 30, you begin to lose as much as 3% to 5% per decade. Most men will lose about 30% of their muscle mass during their lifetimes. Therefore, Emsculpt is ideal for anyone looking to retain or replace lost muscle tone or support their gym training.
Emsculpt is used to treat muscle atrophy building and toning your abs, buttocks, biceps, triceps and calves.
Emsculpt works by directing highly focused electromagnetic energy which forces the muscles to contract in a way that is not possible through exercise. The contractions help to build the muscle by causing over 20,000 contractions in one 30-minute session.
Emsculpt is suitable for anyone looking to build muscle tone whether that be to improve their appearance or function.
Each Emsculpt session takes 30 minutes.
The treatment protocol is for four sessions. At Berkshire Aesthetics we provide two additional sessions, one at six weeks and one at 12 weeks after the initial four sessions. Alternatively your therapist might advise a slightly different programme to help in your particular circumstances.
No special preparation is required but we do recommend you are well hydrated.
Yes, Emsculpt is safe. The treatment is both CE medical marked and FDA approved.
There is no downtime. You can return to your normal activities immediately. However, you might experience some muscle soreness the next day similar to the feeling afer a good work out.
Results are see seen around three months after completion of the course of treatment.