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EMSCULPT – the New “Medical Gym”

Non-Surgical Body Rejuvenation Treatments / June 30, 2020

The dream of many men and women is to attain a strong, well-built physique. While there are numerous ways of cutting-down fat, most non-invasive methods only address excess skin and fat. Luckily, we now have EMSCULPT that can help burn fat and build muscles, which Dr. Frank Barone from EVOLV approves. It is the only non-surgical alternative for a butt lift procedure.


EMSCULPT is a treatment that produces muscle contraction using high-intensity, focused electromagnetic technology. It is an ideal solution if you are healthy, but you are struggling to get rid of fat in your body even after exercise and dieting. Since the method is non-invasive, you do not have to worry about dramatic results.

How does it work? EMSCULPT treatment is simple. Dr. Barone’s professional staff will gauge the amount of fat in your belly. If the fat is more than an inch, we may recommend a series of Vanquish treatments first. EMUSCULPT induces supramaximal contractions using electromagnetic technology.

Pre-EMSCULPT Treatment

The first thing you should do before you go for an EMSCULPT treatment is to have a one-on-one consultation with one of our evolv providers. The evolv provider will walk you through the procedure and discuss the anticipated results. You will decide if the treatment is right for you,
depending on your aesthetic goals and preferences. They will also help you come up with a treatment plan that is tailored to fit your needs.

EMSCULPT induces 100% muscle contractions in the targeted muscles using noninvasive high- intensity electromagnetic field technology. This process is known as supramaximal muscle contraction, which boosts muscle growth.

By contracting the muscles, it triggers the production of epinephrine, which breaks down fat. According to BTL, the company behind EMSCULPT, the procedure reduces fat by 19%. It is worth noting that it is impossible to attain muscle contraction manually. EMSCULPT is highly effective such that a 30-minute session provides 11,000 full contraction squats and 20,000 crunches.

EMSCULPT Procedure

Typically, a treatment plan should consist of four 30 minutes sessions after every two or three days spaced out over two weeks. Here at evolv, we offer a treatment plan of six sessions, ideally spaced out over three weeks! While all you do is lay and relax, you will feel like you are doing a strenuous workout. The best part is that the FDA approves the safety and effectiveness of this medical gym. You can expect to see results after some 3 or 4 sessions, but full results aren’t usually seen until 8-12 weeks after completion. Some of the areas where the treatment is highly effective are strengthening, toning, and firming buttocks, the abdomen, triceps, and biceps as well as the calves.

After EMSCULPT Treatment

EMUSCULPT has zero downtime. This is one of the benefits that set apart the procedure from liposuction and other methods. You can, therefore, undergo the 30 minutes sessions and attend other daily activities. However, like other typical workouts, you may experience post-workout soreness.
Following EMSCULPT treatment, you may experience post-workout soreness. The results are noticeable immediately after treatment. You can expect the final results after eight to twelve weeks after the last session. However, the results vary significantly from one individual to the next. You should, therefore, consult with your provider to determine if the procedure is right for you.

EMSCULPT is an ideal alternative for people who are not able to work out. The best part is that the procedure works best when combined with conventional exercise instead of replacing it altogether.