New Treatment! EMSculpt: Build Muscle & Sculpt Your Body
We are beyond excited to share that Skin Dynamics now has the ability to offer a new class of non-invasive technology to build muscle, while sculpting the body; EMSculpt is like nothing you’ve seen before!
Consultations and treatments are now available.
What is EMSculpt?
The EMSculpt is the world’s only non-invasive procedure to build your muscles and sculpt your body. EMSculpt uses HIFEM energy (High-Intensity Focused Electro-Magnetism) to produce high-intensity muscle contractions that result in both hypertrophy (an increase in the volume of muscle) and hyperplasia (an increase in the number of muscle fibers). These changes appear as toned, sculpted muscles. The high-intensity muscle contractions simulate the effect of 20 000 contractions in just a single, 30 minute EMSculpt session. When applied to areas where fat loss is desired, treatment parameters can be set to cause a reduction of fat as well. EMSculpt improves core-strength, strengthens and builds quads and hamstrings, and shapes or lifts the buttocks. The EMSculpt procedure has been clinically tested for both safety + efficacy and is Health Canada and FDA cleared to treat your abdominals, buttocks, arms, calves and thighs.
build muscle + get strong
lift your buttocks
address abdominal separation
reverse muscle loss
improve back pain/discomfort
Almost anyone can benefit from the EMSculpt procedure! We love that there’s no surgery or needles involved and that the procedure requires no recovery time or any pre/post treatment preparation! In general, 4 sessions (20 or 30 minutes each), scheduled 2-3 days apart are required for optimal results. The procedure itself feels like an intense workout, however you’re able to lay down and relax during the treatment. Tangible results can be felt immediately and positive results are usually seen 2-4 weeks after your final treatment and continue to improve for several weeks.
Interested in finding out if EMSculpt is right for you?
Contact us to schedule a consultation with RN, Larissa Wharmby.