Builds Muscle, Burns Fat & Sculpts Your Body
EmShape® is the latest generation of technologically providing-advanced body contouring treatment that helps to build muscle and sculpt your body. Clinical studies have shown that this technology can permanently reduce fat as well. The innovative EmShape® system is a non-invasive, pain-free procedure that is able to tone and lift the buttocks without the need for excessive exercise or invasive surgery.
EmShape® is the 3rd generation machine using non-invasive technology using HIPEM (High Intensity Pulsed ElectroMagnetic) energy to promote the muscles to contract at their peak power and ability. This high-intensity muscle workout leads to the remodeling and enhancement of muscles, as well as effective fat burning.
Clinical studies have shown that a 30-min session of EmShape treatment is equivalent to 20000 reps of crunches or squats.
The Emshape Treatment can also help with Diastasis Recti, also known as the "pooch", a common condition that occurs post-pregnancy which affects two-thirds of women.
Some women resort to having an abdominoplasty or a "tummy tuck" which may be too invasive and not necessary for some women. A non-invasive alternative solution would be to stick to a strict program of deep abdominal exercises performed with a neutral spine combined with pelvic floor exercises, such as Kegel’s and pelvic tilts.
Thankfully with the advancement of technology, mothers who do not have the time to exercise and do not wish to go under the knife, the EmShape Body Sculpting treatment can help to target Diastasis Recti and help mothers to regain their confidence.
* The contents in this website do not constitute or is intended to constitute medical advice and readers rely on the statements contained herein at their own risk. Treatment results, experiences and downtime (if any) may vary by individuals. Please make an appointment with our clinic for a thorough medical assessment of your condition and treatment requirements. The models and images used in this website are not images of our own patients.