Julia Kinsey Osteopathy

Body Composition Analysis – Blood Pressure and Pulse Oximetry Checks

Would you like to know more about your Body Composition?

I offer a BODY COMPOSITION ANALYSIS as part of my service. I use a medically approved Tanita Body Composition Analyser.

It provides accurate body composition results.  For instance, body fat percentage and body fat mass. It uses Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) technology.

Body Composition Analysis can give you a true indicator of your inner health.

As you try to improve your health, regular check-ups monitor your progress. This is through exercise, diet and lifestyle.


Fat Mass is the actual weight of fat in your body. Body Fat Percentage is the proportion of fat to the total body weight.

Body fat is essential for maintaining body temperature. It cushions joints and protects internal organs.

Our body needs energy that comes from what we eat and drink. Energy is burned through physical activity and general bodily functions.

Excess calories are stored in fat cells, This happens when you consume more than you burn.

Too much fat can damage your long-term health.

Reducing excess levels of body fat can directly reduce the risk of certain conditions.  These include heart disease, type 2 diabetes and certain cancers.

Too little body fat is also undesirable. It can lead to osteoporosis in later years. It can also causes irregular periods in women and possible infertility.

Using this analyser, I will offer you advice and support.  The aim is to improve your diet and activity levels. As a result, this will bring your body composition measurements into normal healthy levels.

I also offer free blood pressure and oximetry checks.

Undiagnosed high blood pressure is a silent killer.  You can have a free check during your appointment with me.

Pulse oximetry is a measures of  the oxygen saturation level (oxygen levels) in your blood. It is a small clamp-like device is placed on a finger. Small beams of light pass through the blood in the finger, measuring the amount of oxygen.

An oxygen saturation level of 95 percent is considered normal for most healthy individuals. A level of 92 percent indicates potential hypoxemia, or deficiency in oxygen reaching tissues in the body.

For more information CONTACT ME or call 01625 533813 / 07547 631 679