EMT Sculpt

EMT Sculpt utilizes High Intensity Focused Electromagnetic Technology (HIFET) to cause deep muscle stimulation. A single EMT Sculpt session induces 20,000 muscle contractions. All this is done without any effort on your part. 

Studies show that there's a 20% muscle increase. With the contraction of the muscles, the fatty acids on the muscle cells leak out and create a 15% fat burn on top of the muscle building. The fat burn effect from EMT Sculpt is more of a residual effect from what the device is doing to the muscles.

EMT Sculpt is a non-invasive procedure with no recovery time. There may be slight muscle fatigue after the session. Typically, you can get back to your daily routine right after the treatment. A successful treatment outcome can be affected by smoking or excessive alcohol consumption, as well as eating disorders or medications. While no special diet is required, you are encouraged to eat healthy and drink lots of water to help promote and maintain results.

Most patients see an improvement after only four sessions, scheduled twice a week. There may be initial changes in two weeks, but final results do not occur until 3 months. Some patients may need more treatments depending on their goals. The results vary from person to person, and an exact result cannot be predicted. 

Before your treatment, keeping well hydrated is recommended to reduce cramping. Dress comfortably on your days of treatment. Take off your jewelry and items with metal such as a belt, an underwire bra, coins, or credit cards. Please wear light clothing. Some Lululemon leggings do have metallic fibers, so do not wear that brand of legging to your treatment. All electronic devices such as phones, watches, iPads, and computers must be surrendered, because the electromagnetic energy will heat metal and harm electronic devices.