Atlantic Endocrinology New York City

Body Composition Analysis

Unlock Your Health Potential with Precise Body Composition Insights

At Atlantic Endocrinology, we believe in a holistic approach to health, starting with understanding your body’s unique composition. Our Body Composition Analysis service in NYC is more than just a measurement; it’s a gateway to personalized health insights. Utilizing the latest technology, we provide detailed analysis of your body fat, muscle mass, and overall body water – essential data for tailoring your health and fitness goals.

Whether you’re looking to optimize your fitness regimen, manage weight, or monitor a medical condition, our analysis is designed to guide you towards making informed, healthful decisions. Embrace a new level of health awareness with our comprehensive body composition analysis.

Discover Your True Health – Book Your Body Composition Analysis Now

Transform Your Health Journey: Advantages of Our Body Composition Analysis

  • Personalized Health Insights: Tailored data to understand your unique body composition.
  • Targeted Goal Setting: Inform your fitness and nutrition plans with precise metrics.
  • Monitor Health Progress: Track changes over time for a comprehensive health overview.
  • Expert Guidance: Our endocrinologists provide expert interpretation and advice.
  • Advanced Technology: Cutting-edge analysis tools for accurate and reliable results.

Our specialists in body composition test nyc

Meet the Experts at Atlantic Endocrinology – a dedicated team of endocrinologists, nutritionists, and health coaches, all working in unison to offer you the best in body composition analysis. Our professionals are not only equipped with medical expertise but also a passion for helping you achieve your health and wellness goals.

Where are we located?

If you’re searching for the top body composition analysis nyc, look no further. We’re located in Queens. Our team offers a range of services to our patients and is always eager to answer any questions you may have.

Atlantic Endocrinology & Diabetes Center: Dr 1 FL, Rego Park

Atlantic Endocrinology & Diabetes Center: Rd Suite 103, Queens

Better Health managed by Atlantic Medical Management Corp.


Body Composition Analysis near me

The Body Composition analyzer measures fat mass, fat-free mass, total body water, intracellular water, and extracellular water. This tool uses these measurements to evaluate the risk of health problems such as obesity type 2 diabetes, or metabolic syndrome. And it does this with a high degree of accuracy in only 2 minutes!

The machine used a bioelectrical impedance method to calculate total body water, total lean mass, and total body fat.


For a more accurate result please follow the suggested instructions:

• Hydrate the day before.
• Avoid alcohol or caffeine 24 hours prior to testing.
• Avoid exercising 6-12 hours prior to testing.
• Do not eat 3-4 hours prior to testing.
• Avoid using lotion or ointment on your hands and feet.
• Try to drink 4 cups of water before your appointment.
• Use the bathroom prior to testing.
• If you will be menstruating during the time you scheduled your appointment, the results may not be very accurate.
• If possible, come to your appointment in active wear clothing (you will be asked to remove shoes, socks, jewelry and belts).

Bioelectrical impedance is not recommended for those who have medical devices or think they are pregnant.

What can I expect on my Body Composition report?

Your report will show levels of:

• Fat.
• Lean body mass that includes muscle, bone.
• Hydration – total body water and how much of this water is inside and outside your cells.
• Basal metabolic rate estimate.
• Daily energy expenditure.


After age 30, we gradually lose about 1-3% muscle mass per decade. Also, as we get older, we lose about 1-2% bone mass per decade unless we take preventive action. So, if you weighed 60 kg in your 20’s and exactly the same when you are in your 40’s, your weight will be more fat and less muscle and bone. Periodic tests will help you stay on top of your wellness routine to ensure it is working well for you in protecting your muscle and bone health.

This tool can provide useful information on the risks and status of your health as you progress through different stages of your life. It will encourage you to incorporate strategies to protect your muscle levels.

Hydration, which we often neglect, is also very important in determining our health. When we are dehydrated or if the fluid is not properly balanced inside and outside our cells, it will influence our energy, our ability to get important nutrients to our tissues, and hamper the ability of our body to clear toxins.


Everyone knows the “one size fits all” approach of Body Mass Index (BMI) isn’t effective. BMI calculations don’t consider age, gender, frame size, muscle mass, or fat distribution. Yet, BMI is the weight/mass measurement used in a wide assortment of medical and health decisions.


Rather than simply taking a measure of weight, the Body Composition Analyzer measures fat mass, fat-free mass, total body water, and the water in and outside of cells. It produces medically relevant results that have been validated against the medical science gold standard.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is body composition analysis and why is it important?

Body composition analysis at Atlantic Endocrinology goes beyond traditional methods by indicating body fat percentage, water percentage, bone mass, basal metabolic rate, and more. It’s crucial for understanding your overall health, as it provides insights into muscle, fat, and bone health, impacting strategies for wellness and disease prevention.

How should I prepare for a body composition analysis?

Hydrate the day before, avoid alcohol and caffeine 24 hours prior, don’t exercise 6-12 hours before, and avoid eating 3-4 hours prior to testing. Avoid lotion on your hands and feet, drink 4 cups of water before, and use the bathroom prior to testing. Note that menstruation may affect accuracy.

What can I expect on my Body Composition report?

The report will show levels of fat, lean body mass (including muscle and bone), hydration, basal metabolic rate estimate, and daily energy expenditure.

Why is it important to know your body composition?

Understanding your body composition is key for maintaining muscle and bone health, especially as we age. It helps in tailoring wellness routines to protect against muscle and bone loss and to manage overall health effectively.