InBody Analysis Omnia London2024-04-18T17:13:59+00:00


The Ultimate Body Composition Analysis

Measure and Analyse
InBody uses Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) to precisely measure and analyse fat, muscle, and water in your body.

Comprehensive Insights
Get detailed information on body composition to track changes in body fat and muscle mass over time.

For Health Professionals and Fitness Enthusiasts
Trusted by healthcare professionals, fitness trainers, and individuals aiming to improve overall health and fitness.

InBody Body Composition Analysis London


BWA pioneers the utilisation of 3MHz frequency, revolutionising precise measurements across diverse subjects. This cutting-edge technology ensures measurement stability regardless of environmental factors, akin to the operational principles of DEXA machines. Comparative studies with DEXA demonstrate the accuracy of DSM-BIA technology, which delivers results based on direct measurements without reliance on estimations.

By employing a combination of two forceps electrodes, including the innovative Clamp electrode placed on the wrist and ankle, BWA ensures high reproducibility and minimises measurement errors. This approach not only optimises electrode positioning but also eliminates resistance from the hands and feet, thereby enhancing the accuracy of results.


Screening Duration Price
InBody BWA  30 Minutes £40

InBody BWA Performance Applications

Nutrition: Monitor body composition changes for nutritional evaluation.

Nephrology: Gain insights into hydration and nutrition status for dialysis patients.

Geriatric: Screen sarcopenia and muscle imbalances related to fall and frailty risks.

Rehabilitation: Monitor injury and post-surgical recovery progress.

Cardiology: Pre-screen cardiovascular disease risk factors.

Professional Sports: Manage body composition for enhanced performance and injury risk reduction.

Omnia Performance Therapy

At a Glance






Professional Sports



Screening & Consultation – 30 minutes

Preparation Time

5 – 10 minutes

Omnia Performance Therapy

What You Get from the InBody Result Sheet:

Body Water Composition

ECW(Extra Cellular Water) Ratio Analysis

Segmental Body Water Analysis

Segmental ECW Ratio Analysis

Body Water Composition History

Body Composition Analysis

Muscle-Fat Analysis

Whole Body Phase Angle ( PhA is a measure used in bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) to assess cell membrane integrity and cell water content.)

Bioelectrical Impedance Vector Analysis

  The Patient Journey

“I found the body water analysis useful as it gave an insight on my health and how much weight I needed to lose.”

Emmanuel M -December 2023


Can the InBody BWA help with tracking fitness progress?2024-02-22T15:18:17+00:00

Yes, the InBody BWA can help track changes in body composition and hydration levels, making it a valuable tool for individuals working on fitness goals or maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

Is InBody BWA useful for athletes?2024-02-22T15:15:06+00:00

Yes, the InBody BWA can be very useful for athletes to monitor their hydration levels and track changes in lean muscle mass and body fat. Maintaining proper hydration is critical for optimal athletic performance.

How long does a typical InBody BWA measurement take?2024-02-22T15:16:44+00:00

A typical InBody BWA measurement usually takes 5-7 minutes.

Can I use the InBody BWA if I have medical implants?2024-02-22T15:14:30+00:00

If you have medical implants, it’s important to consult your healthcare provider before using the InBody BWA. Some medical implants could interfere with the electrical currents used for measurements.

Are there any preparation steps before using the InBody BWA?2024-02-22T15:15:52+00:00

To ensure accurate measurements, it is recommended to drink plenty of water to stay hydrated, avoid eating 2 hours before the test, avoid drinking alcohol and caffeine for at least 24 hours before the test, and avoid strenuous exercise for 6 hours before the measurement. Wearing light clothing and removing metal objects can also improve accuracy.

Why it is important to analyse Body Composition?2024-02-22T15:22:31+00:00

Most diet and fitness goals focus on weight loss or gain, overlooking that two people of the same sex and body weight may look completely different from each other because they have different body compositions. Measuring your body composition will tell you – your own body’s unique build and help you identify areas to work on to improve your overall health and wellness. Getting a better insight into your overall wellness starts with measuring your body composition and going beyond the number on the scale. You will know whether you need to gain more lean mass or lower body fat percentage to achieve a healthy body composition and a better level of health.

Why is Body Composition Analysis better than BMI?2024-02-22T15:21:51+00:00

You may not have heard of body composition before, but you are probably familiar with BMI. What is the difference? Body Mass Index (BMI) is a popular method used to assess the health of an individual by comparing the amount of weight they carry to their height: BMI – kg/m2

Despite BMI’s widespread use in clinical practice, it has many limitations and is a poor tracking tool for weight change because it cannot differentiate between changes in fat and muscle mass. Relying solely on BMI to predict health or mortality oversimplifies health and ignores important factors contributing to optimal well-being.

When you aim to improve your health, you likely focus on losing fat and gaining muscle. The weight scale and BMI cannot discern how much of your weight loss is fat, muscle, or body water, but body composition analysis can.

How often should I use the InBody BWA?2024-02-22T15:18:41+00:00

The frequency of using the InBody BWA depends on your goals and health status. For general monitoring, you might use it every few weeks or months. Consult a healthcare professional for guidance on the best frequency for your specific situation.


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