A quick google search of “how to lift and tone your butt” will get you millions of results. Articles from Cosmopolitan, Shape Magazine, and Women’s Health promising you a work out that will help you strengthen and reshape your glutes. Sometimes, no matter how hard you work, you just aren’t seeing the results you want. And while the idea of getting work done is tempting, it’s just not right for you.
Emsculpt® is the first and only non-surgical butt lift procedure that requires no injections. The device used distribute muscular contractions that can help increase the strength and tone of the gluteal region, which can help even the most athletic and fit patients take their booty workouts to the next level. Emsculpt is also the only procedure to help both women and men burn fat and tone muscle.
On top of being non-invasive, the procedure offered at Dr. Jennifer Levine MD in New York also requires no recovery time or any pre/post treatment preparation. The treatment sensation is comparable to an intense workout.
The Emsculpt® has also been clinically tested for safety and efficacy through several independent US based studies. These studies have also shown that the fatty tissue can be reduced in as little as four treatment sessions. We are pleased to offer Emsculpt® among all our services at Dr. Jennifer Levine MD. Contact our office in New York today at (646) 760-5070 to find out if this treatment is right for you.
How Emsculpt® Works
High intensity focused electromagnetic energy (HIFEM) technology induces maximum muscle contractions not achievable by voluntary action. When exposed to these intense contractions, the muscle tissue is forced to adapt to these extreme conditions.
During normal voluntary muscle contractions, the muscle fibers relax between each nervous stimulus due to the central nervous system’s inability to signal another impulse while the previous one is still in action. Emsculpt® generates impulses that are independent of brain function, and at such a rapid frequency that doesn’t allow such a relaxation phase. Under normal conditions, the highest amount of tension that could be developed and held physiologically is called maximal voluntary contraction (MVC). Usually, it lasts only for a split second. Contractions with a tension higher than MVC are defined as supramaximal.