Emsculpt FAQS

What does it do?

EMSCULPT is the first device to build muscle and sculpt your body. Through the high intensity electromagnetic therapy procedure, one can enlarge current muscles, as well as grow new muscle fibers. The Emsculpt procedure is currently FDA cleared to treat your abdominals, buttocks, arms, calves and thighs.

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Where is Treatment Performed?

The Emsculpt procedure is currently FDA cleared to treat your abdomen, buttocks, biceps, calves and thighs.

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How Long Do Results Last?

You begin to feel tangible results right after the treatment. Positive results are usually reported two to four weeks after the last session and continue to improve for several weeks following the treatments. It’s important to understand we are working with muscle. Just like when you go to the gym and workout, if you don't maintain the muscle you can lose the muscle. MY MED SPA will want you to come in for regular maintenance. On average, patients can enjoy their EMSCULPT results for about six months or longer. It is recommended that patients maintain a healthy diet and exercise, along with regular follow-up EMSCULPT sessions every few months.

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Recovery?

No surgery, no downtime.

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Estimated Cost

Retail cost are around $600 per session, My Med Spa often has IN HOUSE and Specials on EMSCULPT treatments. We do suggest 6 sessions within a 14 day timeframe to achieve optimal results and then a 7th treatment about 1 month after last session.

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How Long Do Treatments Last?

Each treatment is 30 minutes long with a minimum of 4 sessions scheduled 2-3 days apart. Your provider will help you create a treatment plan tailored to your specific goals.

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Are You A Candidate?

Most people are candidates however, a consult is needed. If you have any metal in your body or Copper IUD you might not be able to get this treatment.

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Contraindications

There are some contraindications for the Emsculpt® procedure which include, but are not limited to, cardiac pacemakers, implanted defibrillators, implanted neurostimulators, electronic implants, pulmonary insufficiency, metal implants, pregnancy, and sensitivity or allergy to latex.

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