Real Patient RESULTS
- The first FDA-approved treatment to build muscle and burn fat
- One treatment is equivalent to 20,000 crunches
- Emsculpt targets abdominals and the buttocks
- 4 sessions over 2 weeks typically needed for optimal results
- Treatments only take 30 minutes!
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Emsculpt is a non-surgical treatment and sessions typically last for 30 minutes. There is no downtime. Emsculpt paddles are placed on the targeted muscle group while you lie down, and electromagnetic pulses trigger muscle contractions. The contractions build and tighten the muscles, and the increased muscle activity burns fat.
Emsculpt treatments start at $600. However, The Geldner Center patients can join the Crunch & Booty Club and have access to special package pricing.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Anyone can benefit from the Emsculpt procedure. Ask your provider for more details.
30-minute treatment with a minimum of 4 sessions scheduled 2—3 days apart. We will help you create a treatment plan tailored to your specific goals.
The Emsculpt procedure feels like an intensive workout.
The non-invasive HIFEM® (High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic) technology induces supramaximal muscle contractions not achievable through voluntary contractions. When exposed to supramaximal contractions, the muscle tissue is forced to adapt to such extreme conditions. It responds with a deep remodeling of its inner structure that results in muscle building and sculpting your body.
The Emsculpt is non-invasive and requires no recovery time or any pre/post treatment preparation.
You begin to feel tangible results right after the treatment. Positive results are usually reported 2—4 weeks after the last session and continue to improve for several weeks following the treatments.