Women’s Weight Loss Clinic in Whitefish
Our women’s weight loss clinic is for people with weight loss challenges and obesity who want to lose weight by making dietary and lifestyle changes.
There is no single way to lose weight that works for everyone. However, research has shown that people who make permanent changes to their eating habits and increase their physical activity are more successful at losing weight and maintaining it than people who use a ‘quick fix‘ solution.
At our Whitefish Family Doctor weight loss clinic for women, we provide phentermine prescriptions, medication, and supplements for losing weight quickly, combined with an emphasis on making dietary and behavioral changes, which can be maintained in the long-term.
Weight loss options for women may include different meds like Contrave, Saxenda, and Phentermine
Prerequisites for our Weight loss program:
- Complete physical within the last 6months with screen labs to include thyroid levels
- BMI = or greater than 25 monthly evaluations
- Not all insurance companies will pay for a weight loss program. Please consult your insurance company for coverage on IDC E66-E66.9
- We offer great self-pay options for weight loss for women in Whitefish.
You Are Not Alone – U.S. Weight Loss Statistics
Being overweight is associated with many health problems. In the U.S. over half of adults are overweight.
- More than 68% of adults in the U.S. are considered to be overweight or obese
- More than 35% of adults are considered to be obese.
- More than 6% have extreme obesity.
- Almost 3 in 4 men (74 percent) are considered to be overweight or obese.
(statistical data from the government NIH website)
How Does Medical Weight Loss For Women Work?
Our medical slimming treatments include a professional doctor assessment, prescription medication, a dieting plan, and a weekly support program.
Headed by a doctor of osteopathic medicine (D.O.), we are fully trained and licensed to treat your weight loss concerns with an emphasis on a ‘whole-person’ approach, D.O.’s are trained to listen and partner with their patients to help them get healthy and stay well.