How Emsculpt can help fix separated abdominal muscles
During pregnancy and after giving birth your abs may become separated known as diastasis recti.
If you have been trying to exercise and diet but still aren't happy with the way your stomach looks, then Emsculpt may be right for you.
Using high-intensity, focused electromagnetic waves, Emsculpt provokes intense muscle contractions in select areas of the body. It can be uncomfortable, but it’s not painful, and there is minimal soreness afterward. After four visits in two weeks, people undertaking the treatment see results.
Emsculpt can be used on the abs or buttocks and is the only body contouring class that burns fat and builds muscle mass at the same time. As an FDA approved and TGA cleared treatment, it is a safe and effective way to get your body looking the way you want. It is a non-surgical, non-invasive treatment aimed at people who are active, healthy and in good shape but are wanting more definition of their abs or buttocks.
On average, the following results were achieved in clinical studies on healthy patients using the Emsculpt device:
19% reduction of fat
4 cm loss in waistline circumference
16% increase in muscle mass
11% reduction in abdominal muscle separation (called diastasis recti)
5 x increase in fat metabolism (apoptotic index increased from 19% to 92% after treatment)
80% patients with visible lifting effect of buttocks
96% patient satisfaction
Clinical studies with Emsculpt for the abdomen and buttocks treated patients for 30 minutes, twice a week for two weeks, a total of four treatments. Typically, one treatment every 3-6 months for maintenance was required to maintain results.
A single treatment is the equivalent of doing approximately 20,000 sit ups or squats. This muscle contraction leads to building of new muscle mass (increased tone and muscle definition) as well as enhanced fat metabolism through lipolysis, or destruction of fat cells.