Medical Weight Loss
Losing weight can be a struggle. Busy lives, packed schedules, and the everyday grind can take us off the path of focusing on our health, and weight. Commitment to exercising and eating healthy takes time and determination. And if results are slow to show our conviction may fail.
Medical Weight Loss Programs at Senara are designed to keep you on track and get results- fast. Whether you have 100 pounds to lose, or those last stubborn 10 pounds to shed, our medical weight loss services will help you achieve your goals.
What is Medical Weight Loss?
Diagnosis and treatment of weight-related health issues, including obesity or above average BMIs (body mass index), is a medical subspecialty known as Bariatric Medicine. Healthcare practitioners focus on helping individuals safely lose weight while managing any other related health issues. Certain medical conditions can be a direct result of excess weight, or can even hinder weight loss. Medical Weight Loss programs at Senara utilize a full spectrum of proven tools and allopathic health measures to achieve a whole-body transformation.
What to Expect
Medical Weight Loss is a finely tuned approach to increasing metabolic function, balancing hormones, and reducing calorie intake. Each individual begins with a complete health assessment. This includes labs and physical exams, to establish a baseline and determine appropriate treatment options. After the initial visit, one of Senara’s doctors will tailor a medical weight loss plan for the individual. Follow-up consultations, coaching, and wellness programs are scheduled accordingly.
Weight Loss Programs and Tools
Senara offers a wide range of Medical Weight Loss Tools and Programs. Each technique is designed to address a specific part of the weight loss process to improve results. A combination of these can be tailored to your unique weight loss goals or as a complete package with our Comprehensive Program. Explore Senara’s Medical Weight Loss programs by clicking the links below.
- Program Options
- Weight Loss Tools
- Getting Started
- First Time Patients