Medical Weight Loss

Obesity is a medical condition that not only restricts everyday tasks, but can also lead to a number of serious health problems, such as Type-2 diabetes, cardiac issues, and various other comorbid conditions. The level of obesity of a person is measured by the BMI or Body Mass Index. A person with a BMI of 30 or above is considered obese. As the condition leads to serious health issues, it is important to seek professional help and follow a comprehensive medical weight loss program to avoid potential health issues. Medical therapies are approved for people with a BMI over 27 if they have health problems, or a BMI over 30. We at DFW Bariatrics and General Surgery create a customized medical weight loss program to help you lose weight and maintain an ideal weight.

What Medical Weight Loss Is All About

Before opting for surgical intervention, it is advisable to try all other alternatives for losing weight. Non-surgical methods for medical weight loss include the ESG/Accordion procedure regular exercise, special diet plan, and weight loss supplements. However, the ideal way to reach your ideal weight is to seek the help of the weight loss consultants at DFW Bariatrics and General Surgery, and follow a customized weight loss program.

Candidates For Medical Weight Loss

Anyone who has a BMI of 30 or above is eligible to follow a medical weight loss program. In addition, people who experience other weight-related health problems, such as high blood pressure or Type-2 diabetes with a BMI of 27, can also be candidates for a weight loss program.

Effective Weight Loss Exercise Plans

Effective weight loss is achieved by regulating your diet and performing weight-loss exercises regularly. You can achieve your ideal weight only when you burn more calories than you intake in a day. Therefore, it is essential to create and follow a strict weight loss plan. A few exercises you need to include in your daily routine are:

  • Squats
  • Lunges
  • Kettlebell Swings

Weight Loss Pharmacotherapy and Supplements

Another way to lose weight while making sure your body receives the needed nutrients is to take weight loss supplements and medicines. Weight loss medicines simply suppress your appetite, and therefore reducing the number of calories you intake. Weight loss supplements, on the other hand, contain important vitamins, minerals, and other essential nutrients you body needs. A few effective medications that we routinely use include:

  • Adipex
  • Orlistat
  • Phentermine/Topiramate
  • Naltrexone/Bupropion
  • Saxenda

Want to Lose Weight Without Surgery? Contact Us!

Weight loss, if done incorrectly can be an exhausting and unnerving process. Before considering weight loss surgical procedures, it is advisable to follow a program drafted by medical experts. If you are trying to lose weight, but don’t see effective results, contact DFW Bariatrics and General Surgery. We can start with metabolic rate testing. We have a team of professional doctors specialized in understanding the core reason of weight gain, creating personalized weight loss plans, and overseeing the weight loss process. To schedule a consultation, fill out our online appointment form or simply call 469-620-0222.

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