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Weight loss varies based on a variety of factors; however, patients should expect to lose 1-2 pounds per week. Results may vary.
BMI (Body Mass Index) is a standardized mathematical equation that relates your weight to your height. BMI provides a reliable indicator of body mass index and is used in conjunction with federal guidelines to determine if you qualify for oral appetite suppressants.
Our program recommends 3 meals and 1-2 snacks a day. Smaller portions of healthy food throughout the day will help maintain your metabolism and assist with weight loss.
The price depends on the services provided here. On average, an in-person patient pays anywhere from $99-$109, including oral medication and the office visit. The visit fee for telehealth patients is $99 and the patient will pay their preferred pharmacy for medications. The cost of weight loss injections will vary depending on the medication you choose and how you fill your prescription.
Yes, we offer a $10 discount for all active and retired military personnel and spouse. We do request a military ID.
We do accept both Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and Health Savings Account (HSA) debit cards. We do not accept health insurance for our program. In many instances patients do not see much of a difference between the cost of our program and what their co-pays for both the office visit and medication would have been if insurance was accepted.
No, patients can stop our program at any time.
We will perform an EKG in-house for patients with one or more of the following conditions: BMI of 50 or higher, for anyone who has passed out for no apparent reason, or the sudden death of an immediate relative. We do charge a nominal fee for performing an EKG.