Medical Weight Loss Management in Houston, TX
Memorial Family and Urgent Care Clinic are Here to Help You Lose the Extra Pounds! We offer Weight Loss Management, Come and Speak to One of Our Providers Today or Call (281) 724-7588.
If you’re carrying extra pounds, you face a higher-than-average risk of 50 different health problems. These health conditions include the nation’s leading causes of death—heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and certain cancers—as well as less common ailments such as gout and gallstones. What is even more compelling is the strong connection between excess weight and depression. The reasoning is because this common mood disorder can have a profound, negative impact on your daily life.
You already know that reaching a healthy weight can ward off things like heart disease and diabetes, but did you know that losing weight can also help improve the symptoms of your current conditions? That means you might be able to take lower doses of your current medications or stop taking certain meds altogether.
The appetite suppressant drugs we prescribe are effective in reducing hunger pains and thoughts about food and in making you satisfied after eating smaller portions. They also increase the chances of fast weight loss with a tendency to stick to a prescribed diet.
Before starting the program, we do a physical examination and blood tests. Our providers will go over the medical report with you and inform you about the prescribed medication.
If you have already checked off losing weight from your to-do list, you’ve got one less thing to stress about. The things that you should do to lose weight—eating a balanced diet, exercising consistently and getting lots of sleep—these are some of the greatest ways to alleviate stress and anxiety.
Losing weight takes commitment. But if you’re ready to get started, we’ve got a step-by-step guide to help get you on the road to weight loss and better health.
We plan to have the right program to match the individual needs of those who want to lose weight and keep it off.
Some insurance carriers are now paying for weight loss management. Please contact our office or your insurance to see if this is covered.