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ANTI-AGING

Optimize treatment plans and track outcomes at the cellular level

Disclaimer: InBody devices should be used as an adjunct tool for clinical decision-making and are not intended to diagnose or treat any diseases.

ANTI-AGING

Optimize treatment plans and track outcomes at the cellular level

Disclaimer: InBody devices should be used as an adjunct tool for clinical decision-making and are not intended to diagnose or treat any diseases.

Why is body composition analysis an effective tool for anti-aging clinics?

When it comes to retaining patients long-term, body composition analysis can be a game-changing strategy for anti-aging clinics, because of the non-invasive yet in-depth insights it reveals about your patients’ health and the progression of their aging process. 

In less than 90 seconds, InBody’s advanced body composition analyzers can provide easy-to-understand, accurate, and objective measurements of muscle mass, body fat, body water, and cellular integrity. 

With these metrics, you can design personalized anti-aging strategies that address each patient’s unique issues. 

Through regular InBody testing, anti-aging clinics can show patients how their interventions promote a youthful appearance and inspire them to try new services that enhance their well-being.

Use InBody’s advanced body composition analyzers to help you:

  • Evaluate and prove the effectiveness of anti-aging interventions at the cellular level
  • Develop individualized treatment plans for hormone therapies, peptide therapies, and supplements
  • Monitor positive changes in muscle and fat distribution when working in aesthetic medicine modalities

Phase Angle and ECW/TBW Analysis

Assess cellular & metabolic health to gauge the effectiveness of anti-aging treatments

InBody’s advanced body composition analyzers are able to test Phase Angle, a measurement of cell membrane integrity that has been linked to cellular health. InBody’s devices also perform ECW/TBW Analysis, assessing the balance of water in the body. This is an important indicator of patients’ metabolic efficiency, as fluid imbalances may be the result of systemic inflammation. Your anti-aging clinic can look at patients’ Phase Angle results alongside their ECW/TBW Analysis to help evaluate the success of anti-aging interventions. This gives you the insights needed to adjust treatment plans for optimal results. Cellular integrity is a fundamental aspect of aging, as cellular damage and dysfunction contribute to the aging process. Therefore, by tracking Phase Angle over time, anti-aging clinicians may be able to catch potential health risks early. When Phase Angle decreases, anti-aging clinicians can recommend interventions like dietary adjustments, targeted supplementation, and lifestyle changes to support cellular health and slow the aging process.

Body Water Analysis and ECW Ratio

Analyze body water & ECW Ratios to customize hormone or peptide therapy treatment plans

When InBody’s professional body composition analyzers conduct ECW/TBW Analysis, they break down a patient’s body water into Intracellular Water (ICW), found within the patient’s tissues, and Extracellular Water (ECW), found within their blood and interstitial fluids. Using these metrics, InBody’s devices calculate Total Body Water (TBW) and the patient’s ECW/TBW Ratio. Anti-aging clinics can use this valuable metric to find out their patients’ hydration status. When unbalanced, the ECW/TBW Ratio may indicate inflammation or even edema. The ECW/TBW Ratio is also a vital tool in the context of hormone and peptide therapies. It can help anti-aging clinicians to individualize treatment plans according to each patient’s varying levels of water retention, therefore optimizing dosages and treatment frequency. For example, changes in body water can impact the distribution of therapeutic agents like hormones and peptides. By testing body water levels before prescribing therapies, you can calibrate dosages more precisely, which ensures optimal delivery to targeted tissues and minimizes side effects. Post-intervention, anti-aging clinics can evaluate body water to assess treatment efficacy and show patients how these therapies are positively impacting their well-being.

Muscle-Fat Analysis

Scientifically assess muscle & fat distribution to raise aesthetic patient satisfaction

InBody’s Muscle-Fat Analysis output shows how a patient’s Weight, Skeletal Muscle Mass, and Body Fat Mass compare to the healthy average range of people of the same height and sex. With Muscle-Fat Analysis, patients receive a better understanding of what their current body composition is so they can make changes to get it to where they’d like it to be. Utilizing Muscle-Fat Analysis, anti-aging clinics working in aesthetic medicine modalities can closely monitor muscle and fat composition and increase patient satisfaction and safety. Tracking muscle and fat distribution is fundamental in aesthetic medicine, as it:

  • Enables more targeted goal-setting
  • Allows clinicians to customize procedures to patients’ unique needs
  • Educates patients about the importance of long-term maintenance

Some aesthetic treatments, such as fat reduction, may have limitations related to a patient’s current Muscle-Fat Analysis. Therefore, by implementing InBody testing both before and after treatments, anti-aging healthcare providers can tailor their recommendations to their patients’ baseline muscle-fat balances, leading to more precise treatment plans and happy, satisfied patients.

Phase Angle and ECW/TBW Analysis

 

 

Assess cellular & metabolic health to gauge the effectiveness of anti-aging treatments

InBody’s advanced body composition analyzers are able to test Phase Angle, a measurement of cell membrane integrity that has been linked to cellular health. 

InBody’s devices also perform ECW/TBW Analysis, assessing the balance of water in the body. This is an important indicator of patients’ metabolic efficiency, as fluid imbalances may be the result of systemic inflammation.

Your anti-aging clinic can look at patients’ Phase Angle results alongside their ECW/TBW Analysis to help evaluate the success of anti-aging interventions. This gives you the insights needed to adjust treatment plans for optimal results.

Cellular integrity is a fundamental aspect of aging, as cellular damage and dysfunction contribute to the aging process. Therefore, by tracking Phase Angle over time, anti-aging clinicians may be able to catch potential health risks early. 

When Phase Angle decreases, anti-aging clinicians can recommend interventions like dietary adjustments, targeted supplementation, and lifestyle changes to support cellular health and slow the aging process.

Body Water Analysis and ECW Ratio

 

Analyze body water & ECW Ratios to customize hormone or peptide therapy treatment plans

When InBody’s professional body composition analyzers conduct ECW/TBW Analysis, they break down a patient’s body water into Intracellular Water (ICW), found within the patient’s tissues, and Extracellular Water (ECW), found within their blood and interstitial fluids.

Using these metrics, InBody’s devices calculate Total Body Water (TBW) and the patient’s ECW/TBW Ratio. Anti-aging clinics can use this valuable metric to find out their patients’ hydration status. When unbalanced, the ECW/TBW Ratio may indicate inflammation or even edema.

The ECW/TBW Ratio is also a vital tool in the context of hormone and peptide therapies. It can help anti-aging clinicians to individualize treatment plans according to each patient’s varying levels of water retention, therefore optimizing dosages and treatment frequency.  

For example, changes in body water can impact the distribution of therapeutic agents like hormones and peptides. By testing body water levels before prescribing therapies, you can calibrate dosages more precisely, which ensures optimal delivery to targeted tissues and minimizes side effects. 

Post-intervention, anti-aging clinics can evaluate body water to assess treatment efficacy and show patients how these therapies are positively impacting their well-being.

Muscle-Fat Analysis

 

 

Scientifically assess muscle & fat distribution to raise aesthetic patient satisfaction

InBody’s Muscle-Fat Analysis output shows how a patient’s Weight, Skeletal Muscle Mass, and Body Fat Mass compare to the healthy average range of people of the same height and sex. 

With Muscle-Fat Analysis, patients receive a better understanding of what their current body composition is so they can make changes to get it to where they’d like it to be.

Utilizing Muscle-Fat Analysis, anti-aging clinics working in aesthetic medicine modalities can closely monitor muscle and fat composition and increase patient satisfaction and safety.

Tracking muscle and fat distribution is fundamental in aesthetic medicine, as it:

  • Enables more targeted goal-setting
  • Allows clinicians to customize procedures to patients’ unique needs
  • Educates patients about the importance of long-term maintenance

Some aesthetic treatments, such as fat reduction, may have limitations related to a patient’s current Muscle-Fat Analysis. 

Therefore, by implementing InBody testing both before and after treatments, anti-aging healthcare providers can tailor their recommendations to their patients’ baseline muscle-fat balances, leading to more precise treatment plans and happy, satisfied patients.

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Are you wondering if a professional InBody device is right for you? We’ll partner you with an InBody specialist that understands your industry and unique needs.

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