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Contour Your Arms with Emsculpt

Many body contouring methods allow you to reduce fat in areas of concern to reach your aesthetic goals. Some treatments, like Emsculpt, even help to build muscle for a more toned appearance that many people have trouble achieving. The Emsculpt procedure has been very popular in helping patients get the abdomen and buttocks of their dreams. Now, at Wisconsin Vein Center & MediSpa, we can also give you tight, slim arms with the Emsculpt treatment.


Emsculpt is an innovative treatment that helps to build muscle and burn fat in targeted areas of the body. This system uses high intensity focused electromagnetic technology (HIFEM) to sculpt your body. HIFEM technology creates powerful muscle contractions in the treatment area. These muscle contractions are stronger than what is possible to do voluntarily, making this treatment extremely effective in toning your arms. The Emsculpt systems are able to activate 100% of the muscles in the arms versus voluntary exercise, which only activates about 5% of muscles. This means that one thirty-minute session is the equivalent of doing 20,000 bicep curls.

Emsculpt treatment is very comfortable and completely non-invasive. During the session, the applicator will be placed on the arms and then it will start the muscular contractions. Most patients describe the feeling as an intense vibration. There is no downtime associated with Emsculpt, but you may feel sore in your arms, much like what you would feel after an intense workout.  It is recommended that patients undergo four treatment sessions over a two-week span, spaced 2-3 days apart in order to reach their desired goals.  Patients can also do discounted maintenance treatments to keep up their results.


The main benefit of Emsculpt for your arms is that it burns fat in your while also building up muscle. Traditional methods of arm contouring involve a complex surgery that causes a visible scar. With Emsculpt, there are no incisions needed and no downtime, so you are free to go about your day. You will notice results within a few weeks of the treatment. Your arms will begin to get that toned, sculpted look as if you have hit the gym every single day. Emsculpt studies have shown that it leads to:

  • 27.4% decrease in subcutaneous fat
  • Average of 16% increase in muscle mass
  • A 96% patient satisfaction rate


Emsculpt was originally FDA approved for treatment on the abdomen and buttocks. With recent advancements in technology, Emsculpt is now approved for use on the arms and thighs. The arms can be the hardest parts of the body to tighten and tone, no matter how often you go to the gym, with Emsculpt we can help you to reach your goals in a safe, effective manner. If you are ready to get slim arms that look amazing, contact Wisconsin Vein Center & MediSpa to learn more about Emsculpt.

Owner / On-Site Medical Director at Wisconsin Vein Center & MediSpa | Website

Dr. Deborah Manjoney is a board-certified surgeon and physician with extensive training, including cardiothoracic surgery. She founded the Wisconsin Vein Center & MediSpa in 2002, where she specializes in vein treatments and minimally invasive aesthetic procedures. Dr. Manjoney is nationally recognized, having spoken at conferences, received awards, and contributed to medical publications.