COR Medspa Now Offers Emsculpt, the Next Generation of Non-Surgical Body Contouring Treatments
Emsculpt stimulates powerful muscle contractions to strengthen the core, chisel the abs, enhance the upper arms and legs, and lift and tone the buttocks.
DENVILLE, N.J., April 22, 2020 (Newswire.com) - Non-surgical body shaping procedures have surged in popularity as more men and women seek treatments to improve their physique without surgery or downtime. This explains the rise of treatments such as CoolSculpting, the popular fat freezing treatment. However, fat is not the only component of body composition. According to Dr. Anika Ackerman of COR Medspa in Denville, NJ, “fat reduction treatments are great for reducing stubborn bulges.” “However,” Dr. Ackerman notes, “to truly transform the physique, you must also focus on another major element of body composition: muscle.” Dr. Ackerman explains “there is strong consumer demand for treatments that enhance muscles. At COR Medspa, we’re proud to meet that demand by offering the Emsculpt treatment.”
Emsculpt is the first FDA-cleared treatment to target muscle. “The treatment employs High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) energy to stimulate powerful muscle contractions,” explains Dr. Ackerman. She continues, “In response to these powerful contractions, the body adapts by strengthening existing muscle tissue and creating new tissue.” This ultimately produces volumetric growth, making muscles bigger and tones existing muscles so they are firmer and more defined.
A single, 30-minute Emsculpt treatment stimulates more than 20,000 powerful contractions in the targeted muscle group. To equal the workout of one Emsculpt treatment on the abdomen, a person would have to perform 20,000 sit-ups or crunches. Clearly “Emsculpt enhances the muscles in a way that is not humanly possible to do on one's own,” says Dr. Ackerman.
“I believe Emsculpt will soon become a sister treatment to Coolsculpting”, explains Dr. Ackerman. Coolsculpting eliminates stubborn fat cells by essentially freezing them to death. “This process is known as cryolipolysis,” Dr. Ackerman notes. During a CoolSculpting treatment fat cells are exposed to precisely control cooling. This causes the fat cell’s membrane to chill and rupture. These cells can no longer store fat and the body eventually eliminates them as waste. For patient’s wanting to transform their waistline, not just shrink it, “I recommend combining CoolSculpting with Emsculpt,” says Dr. Ackerman. She continues “CoolSculpting will reduce the belly fat that obscures the abs and Emsculpt will enhance the abdominal muscles for that chiseled, six-pack look.”
For men and women living in the Denville, NJ area, COR Medspa invites them to learn more about Emsculpt and CoolSculpting by scheduling a complimentary consultation. Individuals can contact COR Medspa online by visiting their website at https://www.cormedspa.com/ or by calling 973.240.8889.
Source: COR Medspa