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1. EMS Sculpting

3h • 6 services

2. EMS Sculpting

2h • 4 services

A 30-minute treatment with a minimum of 4 sessions scheduled 2-3 days apart

3. EMS Sculpting

30 Min

Exactly what does it mean to have your body sculpted using an electromagnetic stimulator, or EMS?

Electrical muscle stimulation, more often abbreviated as EMS, is a non-invasive approach to sculpting the body that does not need the use of any surgical methods. Individuals who participate in  EMS Sculpt treatment in Vancouver see increased muscle growth and increased fat loss. Due to the fact that these treatments do not include surgical procedures, the recovery time is either extremely short or nonexistent altogether, and this is dependent on the severity of the ailment that is being treated.

How does it go about performing the duties that have been assigned to it?

The use of electromagnetic radiation causes the muscles in the area that is being treated to contract, which is one of the goals of this kind of treatment. It functions in a manner that is akin to the way in which voluntary contractions of muscle function, but on a scale that is extraordinarily amplified. The device takes the role of the body’s inherent ability to contract the muscles, and it does so to a far larger degree than the body could on its own.

These sorts of muscle contractions are referred to as supramaximal contractions, and it is impossible to accomplish them without the aid of the device in most cases. EMS Sculpt treatment in Vancouver causes the muscles in your body to contract 20,000 times during the course of a single thirty-minute session. This is accomplished by applying an electrical current to the muscles. That is the equivalent of doing 20,000 stomach crunches or squats in a single session at the gym.

Due to the fact that it is now being subjected to a harsh environment, the muscle tissue must respond in some fashion to the demanding conditions that it is now being put through. As a direct result of this, it starts the process of altering the constituent parts that make up its internal structure. It is necessary for the muscle to consume the calories and fat that are present in its immediate surroundings in order for it to be able to maintain the contractions. The final result will show a decrease in total body fat while simultaneously displaying an increase in total muscle mass.

HIFEM is the first device of its kind and is pioneering the use of electromagnetic fields to induce contractions in muscle tissue. However, it gets even better: these not only create muscular contractions like when you do sit ups or squats, which generally employ around fifty percent to sixty percent of the muscle group every three to five seconds. Instead, they generate muscle contractions in a way that is more complex. These, on the other hand, result in muscular contractions that are more than usual, which is analogous to exerting one’s full strength over the course of a quarter of an hour. In theory, this leads to enhanced muscle strength and tone, in addition to the health benefit of decreased fat storage (lipolysis).

EMS Sculpt treatment in Vancouver cost

The overall cost of an effective course of therapy will differ not just depending on the surgeon who conducts the operation but also on the particular muscle group that the patient desires to target as the main focus of treatment. Depending on the practitioner, the cost of a single session might range anywhere from $750.00 to $1,000.00. However, in order to get the results that are the most substantial, it is recommended that you go through a total of four treatments that are spaced out over the course of a period of two weeks. That would put the total amount up to somewhere between three and four thousand dollars altogether.

How To Get Into Much Better Shape In Very Little Time At All?

It is possible, for example, to get the desired outcome of greater muscle growth with the use of a high-intensity electromagnetic treatment (HIEMT). The EMS Sculpt treatment may now legally be used on a patient’s stomach, buttocks, arms, calves, and thighs after receiving approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). A flatter, more defined stomach and/or a fuller, more rounded behind may be the end result of using EMS Sculpt in combination with our workout routine. This may help to facilitate the breakdown of fat cells and the creation of muscle fibers, both of which may lead to the desired effects.

EMS Sculpt Treatment 

We are able to strengthen and re-educate the muscles via the interaction of the magnetic field inside your tissue by using the one-of-a-kind EMS Sculpt process for body sculpting procedures. The bones are not subjected to any kind of pressure as a result of this.

Contrary to voluntary muscular contractions, supramaximal contractions happen independently of whether or not the brain is working. Our approach makes use of a certain frequency range that does not give the muscle time to relax in between sets of contractions. Because of this, the muscle remains in a state of continual contraction during the whole process.

Because of the stimulation, the muscle will have no choice but to continue to be in a contracted state for a considerable length of time. When the muscle tissue is subjected to these high load levels on a continuous basis, it is put under stress and is compelled to adapt to the new environment. The muscle will therefore become more robust as a result of this.

One of the advantages is that the muscle may be strengthened without the joints or the skeletal system being put under excessive stress. This is one of the major benefits. In the vast majority of cases, customers comment that after just one session, they feel that their core is much stronger.

Opening Hours / Address
718 6th St, New Westminster, BC V3L 3C6, Canada
  • Monday: 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM
  • Tuesday: Closed
  • Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM
  • Thursday: 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM
  • Friday: Closed
  • Saturday: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
  • Sunday: Closed
3030 Lincoln Ave #122, Coquitlam, BC V3B 6B4

Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Friday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM