Emsculpt Neo builds off the legacy of its predecessor, Emsculpt, by simultaneously emitting both Radio Frequency (RF) heating and High-Intensity Focus Electro Magnetic (HIFEM) energies. It’s the newest technology designed to eliminate fat cells and build muscle non-invasively.
Our aesthetic experts can use the Emsculpt Neo to treat the abdomen, back, buttocks, thighs, arms, and calves to reveal tighter muscles and slimmer contours!
Emsculpt Neo works by Radio Frequency (RF) heating and High-Intensity Focus Electro Magnetic (HIFEM) energies. The RF heating acts similar to a warm up activity prior to a workout and, in just a few minutes, heats subcutaneous fat to levels where the cells are damaged and flushed from the body. This results in a permanent reduction in your number of fat cells.
The HIFEM energy contracts muscle fibers at intensities you cannot achieve during a workout. The extreme stress force applied to the muscle forces it to adapt with an increase in the number and growth factor of muscle fibers and cells. You get stronger, more defined muscles!
Procedure time for Emsculpt Neo can be as little as 30 minutes of actual treatment, but the total time you spend in the office will vary based on your individual needs and how many areas you’re having treated. Most sessions can be completed entirely within 1 to 2 hours. Because the treatment is noninvasive, you can schedule it conveniently during your lunch hour.
Typically, you can expect to resume your normal activities immediately after treatment with the EMSCULPT NEO. Most patients see the best results after a series of 4 or so treatments, each scheduled a week or two apart.
Results are expected to vary slightly from patient to patient, but clinical studies on average have shown a 30% fat reduction and 25% increase in muscle mass. As well, most often we see the best results 3 months following the final treatment in your Emsculpt Neo series.
Vitality is the first both in Halifax and Nova Scotia to offer this amazing treatment option, which works on the abdomen, back, buttocks, thighs, arms, and calves.