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Reshape and Redefine Your Backside with Emsculpt


You’ve been exercising for months and watching your diet. Leg and squat days are vital to getting a good butt, but sometimes, even if you work hard at it, your glute shape just doesn’t come. Emsculpt is an FDA-approved procedure that sculpts the body by burning fat and increasing muscle all at the same time. This noninvasive procedure is offered by board-certified medical professional Dr. Melanie Carreon at LCS Medical Spa in Seguin, TX. She is experienced when it comes to Emsculpt procedures to help patients reshape and redefine their backsides and stomachs. Here’s a brief look at how the Emsculpt can give men and women in Austin, Houston, New Braunfels, San Antonio, and San Marcos the backside body contouring results they seek without the downtime of invasive surgery.

What exactly is Emsculpt?

Can you do 20,000 squats in 30 minutes? Even on a good day, most of us simply can’t do that many! Emsculpt is an excellent alternative for achieving your backside contouring goals when countless squats just aren’t doing the job. Emsculpt is the first FDA-approved, noninvasive treatment for lifting and strengthening your glutes as well as your stomach. Unlike other backside enhancing procedures, this technology focuses on your muscles instead of fat. Emsculpt contours the backsides of men and women in Seguin as well as the surrounding cities of Austin, Houston, New Braunfels, San Antonio, and San Marcoswith the help of electromagnetic technology called HIFEM (high-intensity focused electromagnetic).

The HIFEM technology forces the muscles in your backside to contract approximately 20,000 times in half an hour. In a short amount of time, these contractions encourage the growth of protein strands and muscle fibers. Similar to a regular booty-focused workout, the electromagnetic technology causes muscle fibers to break down and rebuild bigger and stronger. However, with Emsculpt, the contractions create more tension and require more energy than a normal booty squeeze. Essentially, your muscles are working extra hard, without you actually having to do any physical activity.

Who is a good candidate for Emsculpt?

It is perfectly normal to want some extra assistance to help definite your backside. And that’s why so many men and women in Seguin, Austin, Houston, New Braunfels, San Antonio, and San Marcos, TX are turning to a noninvasive procedure like Emsculpt to burn fat and build muscle in their glutes.

Emsculpt is aimed at adult men and women who maintain a healthy diet, are in good shape, and have a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or less. It may be helpful to look at this procedure as a supplement to the healthy practices you already have in place. Emsculpt is not a replacement for exercise. Individuals who have large amounts of excess fat may not be the right candidates for this procedure. Consulting with a board-certified medical professional such as Dr. Carreon at LCS Medical Spa is the first step in determining if Emsculpt will help give you the sculpted backside you’re seeking or if there is an alternative treatment that is a better fit.

What’s an Emsculpt session like?

Emsculpt treatments are currently FDA-approved for the abdominal and buttocks areas. A normal Emsculpt session lasts around 30 minutes. Performed by a board-certified medicalprofessional like Dr. Carreon at LCS Medical Spa in Seguin, TX, the Emsculpt device is placed on the target area. As you relax for your treatment, the Emsculpt device is burning away fat and contracting your glutes, at a rate of about 20,000 contractions per 30 minutes, to build more muscle and sculpt a beautiful backside.
This noninvasive procedure involves minimal discomfort. Most patients spend their treatment time on their phone, reading, or listening to music as their backside muscles get a good workout. After the treatment, some patients report they feel a bit sore, similar to the feeling after a good workout session. This noninvasive treatment has no downtime, which means you can go right back to work and get on with your busy schedule for the day.

How many Emsculpt treatments are needed?

While some patients see results in their backsides after just one session, in most cases, it is recommended that patients do at least two Emsculpt treatments a week for about 2-3 weeks. Regular maintenance treatments are recommended every 4-6 months in order to maintain the toned and lifted look to your backside that the initial treatments accomplished -- similar to how multiple trips to the gym are needed to see changes to your backside.

Will my Emsculpt results last?

Many patients in Seguin, TX as well as the surrounding cities of Austin, Houston, New Braunfels, San Antonio, and San Marcos ask board-certified medical professional Dr. Carreon at LCS Medical Spa about how to maintain their Emsculpt results long-term. TheHIFEM energy employed by Emsculpt destroys the fat cells in the backside and they can not grow back. However, patients who gain weight after the procedure may cause new fat cells to grow, which can be detrimental to the results of your Emsculpt treatment.

Muscle mass in your backside obtained through Emsculpt is not permanent but can last for around 6 months or longer. In order to maintain your newly sculpted and contoured booty, it’s recommended to return to LCS Medical Spa in Seguin, TX periodically for Emsculpt treatments and continue with your healthy diet and exercise regime.

Emsculpt is a fantastic, noninvasive alternative to other butt shaping procedures. Men and women in Seguin, TX, as well as the surrounding cities of Austin, Houston, New Braunfels, San Antonio, and San Marcos can have a lifted and perky behind without spending hours at the gym with little to no success. If you are ready to fine-tune your backside without breaking a sweat, contact the office of board-certified medical professional Dr. Melanie Carreon at LCS Medical Spa in Seguin, TX for an Emsculpt treatment today.

Results and Testimonials are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. All photos/images are models, unless specified as actual patients of Dr. Melanie Carreon.