How Can Medical Support Enhance Weight Loss?

There’s no shortage of products and services that claim to help you lose weight in no time at all, and with very little effort. The truth is that meaningful and sustainable weight loss takes commitment, time, and most importantly, the right medical team in your corner.

At High Rock Internal Medicine, our team of health care providers has extensive experience helping patients shed the unhealthy pounds, and helping them reach — and maintain — their weight-loss goals.

If you want to take back your health and your body, explore the many reasons why a medically supervised weight-loss program is the best choice for you.

Your body, your weight loss

When it comes to weight loss, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution, as each of us faces different challenges and circumstances. While the number on your scale is a great starting point for guiding you in the right direction, we take the time to fully evaluate your health, your body shape, and your lifestyle so we can design a weight-loss program that’s right for you.

A multi-angle approach

Our program approaches weight loss from many different angles, including exercise, nutrition, and overall health. We review each of these areas to come up with a realistic plan to help you get rid of those extra pounds.

As an example, we don’t simply tell you to cut a certain number of calories from your diet and leave it at that. Instead, we review your nutritional habits and counsel you on ways that you can satisfy your hunger with foods that boost your health but not your weight.

In addition, we examine your exercise habits and suggest ways to help you burn more calories, whether it’s adding an evening run or walk around the neighborhood or signing up for a yoga class.

In other words, we take your lifestyle into account and come up with a plan that will work for your unique needs and goals.

A little outside help

As part of our weight-loss program, we may recommend medications and supplements that will help with your efforts. These may include prescription medications like appetite suppressants, as well as nutritional supplements that ensure that your body is getting what it needs for optimal function.

Accountability counts

This last benefit of medical support is an important one. Our compassionate team provides one-on-one counseling. We’re here to support your efforts, while also giving you the push you need to stay on track.

Through regular visits with us, we can track your progress and make any necessary adjustments along the way to help you successfully lose — and keep off — the weight.

If you want to gain the upper hand on decreasing your weight once and for all, contact our office in Coral Gables, Florida to set up an appointment with one of our weight loss specialists, by phone at 336-477-9110 or by booking online.

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