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What is UMS Sculpt?

Shape your body with our UMS Sculpt, a non-surgical revolution in muscle building and fat burning.


Whether you’re looking to gain six-pack abs, strengthen your glutes, or strengthen your arms and legs, our revolutionary UMS Sculpt routine can help you get there quickly and safely. During a 20- to 30-minute training session, electromagnetic energy targets specific muscles, forcing them to contract. This not only promotes muscle growth, but also eliminates fat.


In just one UMS Sculpt session, your body can perform the equivalent of 20,000 sit-ups and squats—all while lying down and without a recovery period. Clinical trials have shown a 19% reduction in fat and a 16% increase in muscle mass. This treatment is also great for restoring strength and fitness when recovering from a sports injury or illness, or to help you get back in shape after lockdown.


UMS Sculpt is completely non-invasive and can be used by men and women in the following areas:


  • Abdominal (Abs)
  • Buttocks
  • Shoulders and arms
  • Thighs
  • Hamstrings

The treatment can also be combined with other non-invasive body contouring procedures to address larger areas of stubborn fat. Book your consultation today to find out how to achieve the body you want.


Electromagnetic Body Conditioning Procedures for Men and Women


How does EMS body contouring work?

Our advanced EMS body contouring machine uses High Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology to build muscle mass and burn fat. During the procedure, the patient is asked to lie down while the two panels are attached to the treatment area with special straps.


EMS machines generate pulses of electromagnetic energy that are delivered through the skin. This works on two levels. First, the energy causes 20,000 super-maximal muscle contractions in a single 30-minute workout. As a result, your muscles are worked to a degree and intensity that you cannot achieve in the gym or regular exercise. This stimulation causes your muscles to gradually increase in size and density. In addition, your strength has also been improved.


Second, UMS Sculpt also triggers a lipolysis process called lipolysis. Fat cells respond to the HIFEM energy pulse, causing them to die. This is great for toning specific areas, such as the abdomen and buttocks. Our technology is the only non-invasive technology that can burn fat and build muscle at the same time.


Men have UMS Sculpt program for burning fat and building muscle


Who is UMS Sculpt suitable for?

UMS Sculpt is a shaping/shaping procedure for most adult-age men and women with no more than an inch of body fat around the abdomen (or different, depending on the area being treated). If the fat is stubborn, our doctor may first recommend one of our other body sculpting procedures, such as body sculpting with Aqualyx or VieCryo fat freezing, to get rid of excess fat before sculpting with our EMS procedure. Your suitability and goals will be discussed with you during your initial comprehensive consultation with your doctor. In addition, a treatment plan will be developed specifically for you and will be continually reviewed during each session.


Note that UMS Sculpt is also ideal if you: recovering from sports injury or illness


Hope to restore health due to lack of exercise, especially due to confinement

Want to plump buttocks and get a non-surgical BBL (Brazilian Butt Lift)

Man worried about lack of exercise during lockdown


How long does it take for the treatment to work?

Your body will respond during UMS Sculpt treatment, and you may notice some improvement the day after treatment. However, results will continue to improve over the next few weeks as muscle mass develops.


To achieve the full effect of breaking down fat and increasing muscle mass, you will need at least four UMS Sculpt treatments. After completing the course, you may see full results within two to four weeks. At this point, the fat in the target area can be reduced by 19% and the muscle mass can be increased by 16%.


What is the downtime for UMS Sculpt?

There is no downtime other than feeling the effects of the workout and some muscle fatigue. UMS Sculpt treatment is completely non-invasive.


Does UMS Sculpt hurt?

No pain, no needles, and no anaesthetic. However, after each training session, you may feel similar to how you would feel after an intense workout. This can certainly be considered a satisfaction!


How many UMS Sculpts are required?

As standard practice, we recommend two UMS Sculpt treatments

More than four weeks a week. This is usually a full course. However, this may vary depending on your own personal needs and goals. This will be discussed with you during your consultation and free review. As always, our doctors will help you develop a treatment plan based on your needs and goals.


Note that your body will continue to benefit from the treatment over the next few weeks as your muscles continue to respond and strengthen. On average, most people reach their final results about four weeks after their last session.


It may be recommended that you repeat our EMS body contouring course every two to three months to maintain optimal results.


How long does the EMS body contouring treatment last?

Each UMS Sculpt session takes 20 – 30 minutes. Our machines have up to four “workout” programs. This means that your target muscles will benefit from four different types of exercise.


Each UMS Sculpt session does the following:


  • lstretch
  • warm up
  • Up to 4 different workouts
  • cool down


Are there any contraindications to UMS Sculpt?

Please note that the following patients are not candidates for UMS Sculpt Treatment:


• Patients with pacemakers

• Pregnant or breastfeeding women

• Patients with heart disease or a weakened heart

• Patients with implants or implanted medical devices

• Patients with cerebrovascular disease (stroke patients)

• Patients with brain injury or brain surgery


This treatment is not suitable for the following body parts:


• Near the carotid artery (located in the neck)

• The upper body is higher than the abdomen

• anywhere on the knee or bone


Post time: May-17-2022