- DXA University
- 101 – Introduction to DXA
- 201 - Different Body Composition Modalities
- 301 - Reading DXA Reports
This will highlight the goals of DXA University modules and provide an overview why DXA is so important for today’s clinicians and athletes.
101 – Introduction to DXA
This is an overview of DXA - The Gold Standard. This module will introduce you to the device specially designed to provide accurate assessments of an athlete’s complete body composition.
201 - Different Body Composition Modalities
This module will be covering the different body composition methods available today. It will take a deeper dive into each method available. It will provide pros and cons of each method which will help you make an educated decision around which method for assessment is right for you, your practice, your personal aspirations and human performance goals.
301 - Reading DXA Reports
This module will highlight the parts of the DXA report that are most beneficial to you and your training programs. It will also help you understand the different components of the report and explain how these numbers can benefit you and your training program.
Sample Advanced Body Composition® Report
The Advanced Body Composition® Report not only shows the precise location of bone, lean mass, and fat mass, but also provides a visual comparison of changes in these three areas over time. Throughout the duration of a weight loss program, the patient can be scanned multiple times to track progress. When viewed together, these composition reports provide a very accurate “before and after” look at the entire body.Download Report
- How to Utilize Visceral Fat Evaluation: A case analysis for the practicing sports dietitian
Jennifer Ketterly MS, RD, CSSD, LDN University of North Carolina
- Changing Body Composition: Using metabolic testing and DXA to improve fitness and health
Joseph B. Norris, MD, McLean County Orthopedics, Bloomington, IL
- Expanding Role of DXA in Patient Health and Human Performance
John Shepherd, PhD, CCD, Professor of Radiology & Biomedical Imaging at UCSF School of Medicine
- Visceral Fat: The Invisible Health Risk
Vyvyane Loh, MD CEO and Medical Director Transform Institute for Metabolic & Lifestyle Medicine
- The Scale Lies: Why the DEXA Scan Is Best
Keith Norris, contributing coach at breakingmuscle.com
- DXA beats BMI: Using an X-ray Exam to Measure Body Composition & Fat Loss
UCSF Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging
- DXA Body Composition for Better Health
Marilyn McKenna, weight loss blogger
Initially I thought this journey was going to take a very long time – up to a year to achieve and now I realize that my journey is NOT as long as I initially thought. And I think I can achieve that in a much quicker time frame now as a result of the DXA scan.
The high-density image resolution was one of the reasons we chose the Hologic system. Its imaging capabilities are incredible.
Most body composition measures just tell you holistically your body composition in general. The biggest difference between the Hologic DXA and other forms of body composition, is the specificity that the Hologic DXA gives you.