STARTING AT    

$15,430

or

    63MO, 0% APR    

$245/mo

Designed for use with people who are immobile or have amputated limbs, the InBody S10 features attachable electrodes and swivel casters for accurate, convenient, and non-invasive body composition and body water analysis. Get double the outputs with standard data like Percent Body Fat and Skeletal Muscle Mass, plus a Result Sheet just for body water analysis and advanced metrics like Whole Body Phase Angle.

  STARTING AT 

$15,290

or
 63MO, 0% APR 

$308/mo

RESEARCH-GRADE ANALYSIS
Designed for use with people who are immobile or have amputated limbs, the InBody S10 features attachable electrodes and swivel casters for accurate, convenient, and non-invasive body composition and body water analysis. Get double the outputs with standard data like Percent Body Fat and Skeletal Muscle Mass, plus a Result Sheet just for body water analysis and advanced metrics like Whole Body Phase Angle.

EXPLORE THE OUTPUTSFINANCING

chevron ADA Compliant

 

Measure body composition and body water while the examinee is laying down. Auto-calibrated, easy-to-use, and non-invasive, testing is simple and convenient—just attach the electrodes to the examinee.

chevron No Empirical Estimations

 

No empirical estimations based on age, sex, ethnicity, or body type. Instead, Direct Segmental Multi-Frequency BIA technology measures body segments separately for an accurate analysis based on your unique body.

chevron Comprehensive Outputs

 

Get vital body composition outputs for evaluating overall health and wellness and a specialized Result Sheet for body water analysis. Draw more insights from exclusive metrics like Visceral Fat Area and Whole Body Phase Angle, track progress, validate programs, and deliver actionable advice backed by research-grade data.

chevron Portable Analysis

 

Move the InBody S10 on its swivel casters for convenient testing in different rooms in your facility. Thanks to a compact space-efficient design, you can easily position the device exactly where you need it.

Explore the InBody S10 Result Sheet

Every InBody Test will print out a full-page Result Sheet that details muscle, fat, and water and highlights specific areas to focus on.

Explore the S10 Result Sheet

Use the Result Sheet to reveal key insights that will help guide your consultations.

BODY COMPOSITIONBODY WATER

Segmental Lean Analysis

Get an in-depth analysis of an individual’s lean body mass. Evaluate if an individual has a sufficient level of lean body mass in each segment of the body (arms, legs, and trunk) and spot any imbalances between the limbs. Go deeper by seeing the fluid balance in each limb to reveal swelling or retention.

Segmental ECW/TBW

Measure body water distribution in each individual body segment. This allows you to monitor trends and detect unusual shifts in fluid distribution that you can address right away.

Body Water Composition History

Track changes in Weight, Total Body Weight, Intracellular Water, Extracellular Water, and ECW/TBW. Get a complete understanding of how a program is impacting an individual’s body water levels by tracking these key metrics.

Whole Body/ Segmental Phase Angle

Phase angle is a known indicator of cellular health, which reflects overall health. A higher phase angle indicates greater cell membrane integrity. Measure phase angle in each body segment to monitor cellular trends.

Slide “We gravitated to the InBody for the features that it had: it not only breaks down the body composition - and it’ll do it so minutely for each arm, leg, torso - but it gives the data too! It gives us the visceral fat area which gives us an indication of their cardiovascular risk. It gives us the Phase Angle, which is a research term that basically tells the health of the cell.”

Dr. Tom Bakman | Restoration Health

Dr. Tom Bakman | Restoration Health

Slide “Well this stuff has never been looked at before. This could be a huge return on investment, not just for our clinical management patients, but also for research understanding and really the field of how body composition relates to brain composition”

Dr. Richard Isaacson | Weill Cornell

Dr. Richard Isaacson | Weill Cornell