Optional Medication Prescription to Support Weight Loss 

While medications are not required to lose weight, some find them helpful to support following a recommended plan. Health status and history, current medications, and laboratory findings are important considerations in discussing pharmacological support.  Some weight loss medications discussed may include:


  • Medication to promote fat loss through improved glucose regulation
    • Metformin
    • Saxenda

Supplement Recommendations

Nutritional supplements may be recommended to optimize metabolism and gastrointestinal health or correct imbalances. Considerations include laboratory findings, symptoms and weight loss progress. Some of the supplements we may discuss include:


B Vitamins



Omega 3s

Amino acids

Lipotropic Injections contain natural ingredients that may aid in the reduction of fat tissue by boosting the body’s normal metabolic functions.

  • MICC Injection
  • Lipo-Mino Injection


Regular exercise can help remodel your metabolism so your body burns more fat. Maintaining and toning muscle can increase calorie burning and make your clothes fit better. It is a powerful method to reduce stress, improve sleep, and promote a feeling of well-being. It often serves as a motivator to lose more weight. Sometimes a prescription may help to cover expenses. Methods we may discuss include:

  • Cardio work-outs
  • Strength training
  • High Intensity Interval Training
  • Water exercises
  • Physical therapy
  • Personal training
  • Work-out Nutrition


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

When it comes to changing behavior, especially long-term, habitual patterns, getting yourself to do something different, even when you know it’s good for you, depends largely on what you tell yourself: that is, on your thinking.

Judith Beck

  • I offer guidance to help you:
    • Identify sabotaging thoughts, feelings and behaviors
    • Brain storm strategies to change your thinking
    • Produce a tool-kit of strategies that work