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Are you ready to drop the weight?

There's no better time than now.

Our weight loss program starts with a consultation to evaluate your current health status, establish your goals, and tailor the best plan for you. We identify your current and/or potential risks including thyroid disease or diabetes mellitus.  Our providers offer various modalities that promote weight loss; such as, fat burner injections, metabolism-boosting IV infusions, medications specifically for obesity, and counseling on modifiable lifestyle changes including diet and exercise. 

This program is designed for clients who are serious about losing weight, no matter the amount.

Target population: Age 16 and older, BMI of 27 or higher, male or female. 


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Lipotropic Injections

Lipotropic injections are supplements for the purpose of fat loss. The injections are composed of various vitamins, nutrients, and other ingredients including Vitamin B12, L-carnitine, methionine, inositol, carnitine, and choline. These supplements are typically administered in-office weekly.

Metabolism-Boosting IV Infusions

IV Vitamin infusions can be utilized to kickstart the body's metabolism. This option uses essential vitamins and amino acids to increase metabolism, boost energy, burn fat, and well as the added benefit of promoting hydration.

Diet and Exercise Planning

Proper diet and exercise are key components of any weight loss program. Burning more calories than you consume is the goal to ensure dropping unwanted weight occurs. Our goal is to assist patients in creating this caloric deficit that leads to an initial 10% to decrease the risk of Cardiovascular disease, as well as increases patient's confidence which is just as important in order to meet his or her personal goal.

Pharmacological Options

Our providers use the most appropriate medications such as Semaglutide, which mimics your gut hormones regulating appetite and caloric intake; Phentermine, an anorectic which reduces appetite, resulting in lower food consumption, leading to weight loss, or Orlistat, which inhibits gastric and pancreatic lipases, reducing fat absorption.