InBody analysis

The InBody Test examines the compositions of your body, we do a detailed measure of your body fat, muscle mass, and body water balance.

inBody analysis

inbody scanners

MD Spa offers InBody analysis to help assess body composition. This cutting-edge technology uses body composition measuring equipment that takes a comprehensive look at the body, providing accurate and detailed information on weight, fat mass, skeletal muscle mass, and more. The InBody device is the most accurate way to measure body composition because it provides precise data with the least amount of variation in results.

At MD Spa, InBody analysis is quick and easy — all you have to do is stand on the mobile platform for about 10 seconds and wait for your results. After the scan is complete, a report will be generated that outlines your exact percentage of muscle versus fat tissue. It can also provide insight into how much water your muscles contain as well as the type of fat you’re storing in your body.

The InBody analysis at MD Spa can be used to help track weight loss goals, maintain muscle mass when dieting, monitor body composition during strength training, and improve overall fitness.  It is also valuable for athletes who need to stay on top of their performance or those who suffer from chronic diseases such as obesity or diabetes.

At MD Spa, we believe that knowledge is power — and that’s why our InBody analysis service provides detailed information about your body composition so you can make informed decisions about your health. With regular scans, you can create a clear understanding of where your body stands today and make adjustments accordingly. The more accurate information you have, the more likely you are to achieve your fitness goals.

If you’re ready to take control of your health and well-being, schedule an appointment for an InBody analysis at MD Spa today. Our experienced staff will guide you through the process and explain every step of the way. We look forward to helping you reach your desired body composition goals!

inBody analysis fAQ

Is the analysis painful?
How should I prepare for an InBody analysis?