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The InBody 570 is a non-invasive, state-of-the-art medical grade device that measures the different components of your body mass including your lean muscle mass, body fat percentage, visceral fat level, and your intracellular and extracellular water content. These results can give you a more complete picture of the inner workings of your body.

Frequently asked questions

How do I make an appointment and what is the cost?

Please email [email protected] or call/text 0492 887 604 to book your scan. The InBody Test is $30 per scan.

How does the InBody 570 work?

The InBody device uses a direct segmental multi-frequency- bioelectric analysis method (DSM-BIA), a patented technology, to precisely measure body composition by sending multiple electrical voltages through the inner body, resulting in up to six different impedance readings for the trunk and four limbs. InBody is the only BIA device that does not use age and gender to make assumptions in your body composition measurement. InBody’s patented technology is unique, as it scans you for you. The results are extremely precise, and as unique as the person standing on the device.

How do I prepare for the InBody Test?

For best results we recommend the following prior to testing: - Do not eat for atleast 2 hours or exercise for atleast 3-4 hours before InBody scan - Avoid drinking caffeine prior to test and be well hydrated - Avoid hot showers or saunas immediately prior to test - Use to the bathroom prior to the test - Avoid putting lotion on hands and feet before testing - Wear light clothing (shoes and socks will be removed) Always attempt to be tested under the same conditions i.e same time of day, similar clothing etc.

How often can I measure my body composition?

Scans can be completed as often as you like. We recommend testing every 4-6 weeks. This allows for significant changes to be detected. The electrical current used in the scans is extremely low, cannot be felt and is not harmful to the body therefore can be completed without any risks as often as you like.

Who should not have an InBody Test?

People with artificial electrical implants such as a defibrillator or pacemaker should not be tested.
Pregnant women can safety be tested however we do not recommend it. Please note: Women who are on their menstrual cycle will not get an accurate reading due to subtle changes in hydration and body water levels.