MOBILE CORPORATE WELLNESS SCREENINGS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

INBODY 570 SAMPLE SHEET -2

 

Benefits of using the InBody 570 [Medical Grade Screening]

 Track inflammation and fluid imbalances from injury or surgery
Following surgery or injury, inflammation can occur with little to no visible symptoms. Objective and precise measures of body water can detect water retention and inflammation to help guide rehabilitation treatment.
• Direct Segmental Measurement (DSM)
DSM measures water, muscle mass and fat mass in the five body segments: right arm, left arm, right leg, left leg and trunk. By measuring each segment of the body separately, InBody provides an in-depth analysis of the patient’s muscle-fat and fluid balance in each segment independently.

3 KEY MEASUREMENTS FOR OPTIMAL HEALTH

Visceral Fat is checked to prevent future internal organ problems
Extra-cellular Water the Edema Index, based on the ration between ECW and TBW (ECW/TBW), can be used to detect fluid imbalances resulting from inflammation due to injury, potential disease/s or recovery after surgery.
Muscle Percentage By evaluating lean mass in each segment of the arms, legs, and trunk separately, a Wellness Expert can gather baseline information on lean mass in the segments with restricted mobility. This provides beneficial information for the identification of potential imbalances related to muscle loss post-injury/surgery. By assessing each segment separately, regions of low lean mass development can be targeted and improved

$40 PER PERSON –This includes a screening that takes only 5 minutes
[Must have an empty stomach] and a 10 minute consultation via Zoom/Cell phone.

**If interested, please text me for details, dates and minimum requirements.**

DR. ZO, DC

949.432.1449

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