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Weight loss management

One of the best ways to live a long, healthy life is to maintain a healthy weight. Managing weight loss entails more than just taking diet pills or having surgery. Our medical weight loss management is based on cutting-edge medical technology that specifically targets the root causes of weight gain and obesity.

Our highly trained staff created a tailored treatment plan to help them achieve their weight loss goals while also maintaining their overall health.

How does it work?
Our expert will examine your entire health, including your dietary habits, current medications, and any underlying conditions. The provider will also look over your family history to see if it has any bearing on your current condition.

We use the Inbody weighing scale. It is used to assess a person's weight by dissecting it into its constituent parts such as fats, protein, minerals, and body water.

It may also describe your healthy weight in a more accurate and insightful manner than traditional methods like BMI and Weight.

Body composition analysis can reveal changes in fat mass, lean muscle mass, and body fat percentage with pinpoint accuracy.

What is included in a medical weight loss program?
Consultation We start with an in-depth consultation and physical examination. However, we must first understand your health and how we can assist you in making long-term changes to your diet and exercise habits.

During the consultation, we will go over your overall health as well as any previous weight loss attempts. We may also discuss your relationship with food, such as your likes and dislikes, as well as what you eat on a daily basis.

We also perform a physical exam and extensive testing to evaluate your health and screen for any health issues that may interfere with your weight loss journey.

Treatment Plan If medication or supplements are required, we may prescribe them to help you control your cravings or burn calories more efficiently. Depending on your needs, we may suggest a combination of vitamin injections, supplements, and medicine.