Welcome to Thrive

THRIVE is a collaborative platform of conventional, integrative, & functional medicine practitioners coming together in one setting to provide personalized healthcare to clients.
Working Hours
Monday - Friday 8:00AM - 5:00PM EST


M - Th 8a - 5p, F 8a - 4p, Sa 10a - 1p, Su - Closed


6401 Carnegie Blvd, Suite 2A, Charlotte, NC 28211


What is the InBody 570?

What is the InBody 570?

Go beyond the scale with the InBody Test, a non-invasive, quick, and accurate body composition analysis that provides a detailed breakdown of your weight in terms of Skeletal Muscle Mass, Percent Body Fat, BMR, Total Body Water, Visceral Fat assessment, and other vital measurements. Stand on the device and hold the hand electrodes.

45 Second Test

Quickly measure fat mass, muscle mass, and body water. Auto-calibrated, user-friendly, and non-invasive, testing is fast and easy—stand on the device and hold the hand electrodes.

No Empirical Estimations

No empirical estimations are 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.

Advanced Outputs

Get essential outputs for evaluating overall health and wellness. Draw more insights from additional metrics like Visceral Fat Level and Segmental Fat Analysis, track progress, validate programs, and deliver actionable advice backed by trustworthy data.


  • $35 per scan, NOW ONLY $25 PER SCAN – Available for Thrivers who received their annual exams on September 1st, 2023, and March 31st, 2024.
  • $140 for 5 scans

Call our office (704)-390-7150 to schedule your one-minute scan!

To ensure optimal outcomes, it is important that you do the following prep before your InBody Scan.

  • Hydrate 24 hours before the test
  • Do not drink caffeine on the day of your test
  • Do not eat 3-4 hours prior to testing
  • Do not exercise up to 12 hours prior to the test
  • Do not take InBody after a shower or sauna session
  • Do not wear jewelry
  • Do not wear nylons, tights, etc. to your exam
  • Do not take the InBody Test if you have a pacemaker or other electronic medical device implanted or are pregnant.


Stephen Fogg

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