EMSculpt NEO is the first and only non- invasive procedure to help both men and women build muscle and sculpt their bodies without any needles, downtime, or anesthesia
Balanced Bodies Anti-Aging is Lawrenceville’s premier wellness center. We offer non-surgical body contouring treatments with superior results, delivered by medical professionals. Balanced Bodies is a certified EMSculpt NEO provider, and all of our staff have advanced training. We pride ourselves on being the best permanent fat loss and body contouring center in the region.
EMSCULPT NEO can be used to treat the abdomen, buttocks, arms & calves. At Balanced Bodies, we specialize only on non-invasive body contouring using the latest FDA cleared devices to offer you the best results. These results are backed by seven clinical trials and published in over 30 peer-reviewed journals. Come learn why Emsculpt Neo is the preferred device of celebrities and athletes looking to tighten and tone their bodies without downtime or pain.
EMSCULPT NEO builds off the legacy of its predecessor, EMSCULPT, by simultaneously emitting both radio frequency and high intensity electromagnetic energies. The end result is more fat reduction and muscle growth, than any single gold standard product, for less time and less money.
EMSCULPT NEO is based on an applicator simultaneously emitting synchronized RF and HIFEM+ energies.
How Does EMSCULPT NEO Work?
Due to the radiofrequency heating, the muscle temperature quickly raises by several degrees. This prepares muscles for exposure to stress, similar to what a warm up activity does before any workout. In less than 4 minutes, the temperature in subcutaneous fat reaches levels that cause apoptosis, i.e. fat cells are permanently damaged and slowly removed from the body. Clinical studies showed on average a 30% reduction in subcutaneous fat.* Bypassing the brain limitations, HIFEM+ energy contracts the muscle fibers in the area at intensities that are not achievable during voluntary workout. Extreme stress forces the muscle to adapt resulting in an increase in the number and growth of muscle fibers and cells. Clinical studies* showed on average a 25% growth in muscle volume.