Medical Weight Loss


Medical Weight Loss Medical Weight Loss or Weight Loss Management Systems allow overweight individuals to drop excess pounds by following guidelines established by a trained weight loss professional. A program or regimen will generally include most or all of the following, depending on the individual's fitness level:

Physician Evaluation

Special Diet Program & Meal Planning

Vitamin B12 shots

FDA approved weight loss medications

Hormonal testing

Behavioral therapy

Exercise scheduling and monitoring

Nutrition and Lifestyle education

Lap Band or Gastric Bypass surgery


Typical Minimum Cost of Medical Weight Loss (based on national averages):
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Typical Maximum Cost of Medical Weight Loss (based on national averages):
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National Average Cost of Medical Weight Loss:
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Time Required for Medical Weight Loss:
Program lengths vary from clinic to clinic, with some running for a set 3 month period, and others, a year. Participants can typically pay on a monthly schedule, and financing is often available.
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Is Medical Weight Loss an InPatient or OutPatient Procedure?
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What are the Side Effects of Medical Weight Loss?
Food and medications for medical weight loss patients is very carefully chosen, and side effects are extremely rare, usually only occuring for patients with unknown allergies or those who don't follow their alloted usage schedule.
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How Long do Medical Weight Loss results last?
Results can last indefinitely, depening on the diet, exercise, and lifestyle choices of the patient following the treatment.
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Will my insurance company cover Medical Weight Loss?
In some cases of potentially dangerous obesity, insurance may help cover medical weight loss systems.
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What else can I combine Medical Weight Loss with?
Liposuction, Lipodissolve, body contouring, VelaShape, cellulite removal, and skin tightening
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