What should I expect at my initial consultation?
At your initial consultation we will discuss your personal health and fitness goals. We will do a thorough review of your medical history, perform a nutritional exam (including body comp analysis) and determine appropriate lab testing.
What should I bring to my initial consultation?
Please bring any pertinent medical records, supplements, medication and lab test results with you.
What is BIA?
Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) is a reliable method of assessing your “body composition” – the measurement of body fat in relation to lean body mass. It is an integral part of your health, nutrition and fitness assessment.
Why is Body Composition Important to My Health?
Research has shown that body composition is directly related to health. A proper balance of body fat is associated with good health and longevity. Excess body fat percentage can greatly increase your risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes and other preventable conditions.
Body composition analysis with the InBody 570 measures your progress as you improve your health and fitness. Body composition analysis results can help guide us in creating a personalized food, nutrition and exercise program to help you achieve optimal health and well-being for a lifetime.
Why do Body Composition Analysis?
It is critically important to evaluate and monitor your fat, muscle and water percentages as a critical biomarker for your health and fitness. We utilize the InBody 570 Bioelectrical Impedance Analyzer, which is the most technically-advanced in our industry.
Please make sure you are well hydrated as we will be performing a state-of-the-art body composition analysis.
Does your office take insurance for your services?
We do not accept insurance or Medicare for our consulting services. However, certain lab testing may be covered by your insurance carrier. Please let us know your insurance carrier on your initial visit.
We expect payment at the time of services to keep operating costs down and thus keep fees fair and reasonable.
Can I use my Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Savings Account (FSA)?
Yes. We have had favorable experience with patient’s using these accounts. We ask that you check with your HR or Benefits Department to be sure.