Medical Weight Loss



Weight loss can be hard! 

Eating right and exercising well may simply not be enough, especially as we age.

We need a new tool to help us lose weight, and it is here!

 Semaglutide is a medication used to help control blood sugar levels in type 2 diabetes, and studies show that it can also help people without diabetes to lose weight. 

“Is prescription medication for weight loss the right choice for you?”

Semaglutide is an FDA-approved injectable prescription medicine used for adults with obesity (BMI >=30), or who are overweight (BMI >=27) and also have weight-related medical problems.

This medication, in conjunction with increased physical activity and a reduced calorie meal plan, can help patients lose weight and keep the weight off. Some patients may begin seeing results after the first month. 

How Our Semaglutide Program Works

The Semaglutide Weight Loss program is a virtually-consulted program that can be undertaken completely from your own home. All appointments with the doctor are conducted virtually.

Result Begin Right Away

 In 2 months, you could lose up to 25 pounds.
In 4 months, you could lose up to 50 pounds or more!
You can repeat this program as many times as you wish!

No special diets.
No difficult workouts.

We break the program down into sessions

The program is divided into 4 week sessions.

Our program starts you out at a dose of 0.5mgs of Semaglutide and increases weekly to a maximum dose of 2.5mgs per week.

Just inject once a week, and watch your weight drop.


Check Your BMI – Talk To Our Doctor’s

Your BMI (body mass index) will help us to determine if prescription medication for weight loss is an option for you. 

How long will it take me to lose weight with weight loss medication?

Most weight loss occurs within the first 6 months of starting the weight loss medication. The time it takes for you to see results can vary significantly depending on your health, exercise, and nutrition. 

How long should I take weight loss medication?

This depends on the medication you are taking. If you do not lose at least 5% of your starting body weight after 12 weeks on the full dose of your medication, your provider will work with you to discuss modifying your diet or treatment. Once you have lost enough weight to improve your health and haven’t had serious side effects, your provider will advise if you should continue or stop taking the medication. 

Do you have health problems due to your weight?

If you are struggling to lose weight through diet and exercise, prescription weight loss medication may be an option for you. It is typically considered for adults with a body mass index (BMI) greater than 30 mg/kg² alone or 27 mg/kg² with at least one weight-related comorbidity such as insulin resistance, hypertension, high cholesterol, heart disease, and gout.