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Body Composition 

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How Does BIA Work?


BIA uses an imperceptible electric current to quantify total fat and body water.  The current efficiently travels through water but not fat.  
Mathematical algorithms, based on the resistance and reactance of the current, are used to quantify body composition.​

Your health is directly related to your body type. 

What type are you? 

O.VAT or O.SAT?  

Detailed Reports Includes  the Following:


  • Full body composition, charts and graphs
  • Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)-An approximation of the number of calories burned at rest
  • Body Mass Index (BMI)-An indicator for Metabolic disease
  • Comprehensive diet plan*
  • Comprehensive fitness plan*



*Dr. Rokosz works closely with all patients to refine the diet and fitness plans to ensure that all health goals are met.

What is Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA)?

You know what your body looks like on the outside.  Let us show you what it looks like on the inside.

BIA is a state-of-the-art technique to measure total body composition so that you may quantify both visceral (OverVat) and subcutaneous (OverSat) fat.  Visceral fat is the fat that cannot be seen on the outside of the body. However, it is a significant health concern as it compresses the internal organs with profound health sequences.  Subcutaneous fat, visible from the body surface, might not give you the appearance you want, but is fairly innocuous. Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis enables you to monitor both types of fat so that you may make lifestyle changes that improve your health on the inside and the outside. 


BIA measures the following:
Total Fat Mass (Subcutaneous AND Visceral)
Lean Body Mass
Total Body Water*
Intracellular Water*
Extracellular Water*

*Total body water, intracellular water and extracellular water are critical markers of health.  A contributing factor to poor health is low intracellular water content caused by leaky cellular membranes.

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