Medical weight loss is usually defined as participating in a physician-and-dietitian supervised weight loss program, often involving the use of prescription appetite suppressants. The classic medication typically used is Adipex (generic phentermine), because it is affordable and effective. However there are several newer medications, each having its own pro’s and con’s.
Explore the pages in this section to learn about our medical weight loss programs to help you lose weight without surgery, or lose MORE weight after a surgical weight loss procedure!
We offer many different medical weight loss programs based on weight loss medications that act as appetite suppressants including:
- Adipex (phentermine)
- Qsymia (phentermine/topiramate)
- Belviq (lorcaserin)
- Saxenda (liraglutide)
- The HCG Diet
- Gastric Balloon
In some cases different regimens can be combined to achieve maximum results.
NOTE: There are certain restrictions (which are different in Ohio and Kentucky) for the use of Adipex, Qsymia, and Belviq. Check out our Medical BMI calculator to see if you qualify! Success with weight loss medications require a disciplined program including healthy diet, exercise, and regular dietary counseling. Our team has the experience to help you succeed!
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