InBody Assessment

    InBody Assessment Covington & Mandeville, LA

    Rehab Dynamics now provides a useful tool called InBody to assess accurate body composition data to our patients or users.

    What exactly is body composition?

    Body composition, in short, is a way of detailing what the body is made of. It includes fat, protein, minerals and body water. It also describes weight more accurately than BMI. Body composition analysis can accurately show changes in fat mass, muscle mass, and body fat percentage.

    Why would I need to track my body composition?

    Rehab Dynamics is helping take our patients to a new level of total body wellness. We want to provide all the tools you will need to feel better, live better. While undergoing physical therapy treatment your body composition may change. You will become stronger, and this is a tool to help you see just that!

    In addition, many patients continue on with us with our Wellness Programs after physical therapy. This helps them remain strong and healthy to live their best life. Through the wellness programs, combined with nutrition counseling, the InBody is a great addition to track your personal progress.

    What does the test involve?

    The InBody Assessment is only 15 seconds! It will quickly measure fat mass, muscle mass, and body water levels. There is no need to immerse yourself in water as with other similar assessments or pinch any skin causing discomfort. Just 15 seconds standing on the device while you hold onto the hand electrodes.

    How much does it cost?

    If you are currently enrolled in either of our Wellness Programs at Rehab Dynamics the InBody Assessment is included in your membership (different levels for each).
    One session – $25
    5 sessions package – $50
    Purchase your package here.

  • Watch a brief demo here of the InBody and how it works! Once you get your InBody results your physical therapist will review your results with you in detail and determine what areas may need more attention and strength training.

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