Basic Lab Work (CBC, Lipid Panel, HA1c, TSH)

Lipotropics (MIC) Injection

Appetite Suppressant

Diet Review and Modifications


Disease Management if applicable
**Disease specific diagnosis/treatment:  Ex. Diabetes Mellitus, Hypothryoidism, Metabolic Syndrome, etc.




What to expect? 

**Insurance is NOT accepted for weight loss 

Qualifications for Tailored Weight Loss

BMI of 30 or greater for otherwise healthy individuals
BMI of 27 or greater for individuals with 1 or more co-morbidities (High blood pressure, high lipids, Type 2 Diabetes)

How does Lipotropic Injection assist in weight loss?

"Lipo" injections contain Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6, and Amino Acids. B12 enhances the metabolic rate of the body and assist in decomposing fat and proteins to produce energy. 
   *B12 alone does not promote adequate weight loss. 

 Prescription Appetite Suppressants offered:

Contrave               Belviq               Qsymia               Saxenda               Bontril               Tenuate 

Adipex (Phentermine) **most commonly prescribed

** Adipex has been used successfully by obese patients for many years. It is proven to be one of the most efficient and safest appetite suppressants available. Side effects of Adipex include but are not limited to: dry mouth, headache, insomnia, palpitations, restlessness, and tremor. 

Adipex works by stopping the hunger signal from leaving your brain, making you eat only as much as you need. Adipex also provides a boost of energy to some patients, which could prove beneficial for exercising purposes.