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Medically Supervised Weight Loss in Ann Arbor

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Medically Supervised Weight Loss in Ann Arbor

If you’re like many people, you know it’s dangerous to go on a weight loss journey without guidance – and maybe a little help – from your doctor. That’s smart… and it’s why you need medically supervised weight loss in Ann Arbor.

What is Medically Supervised Weight Loss, and Where Can I Get it in Ann Arbor?

CosMedic LaserMD focuses on medically supervised weight loss solutions. But what is medically supervised weight loss, and is it the right choice for you?

Medically supervised weight loss is a catch-all term for programs designed to treat overweight and obese people while helping them lose stubborn pounds. These programs are supervised by real doctors who give patients the treatments and tools they need to lose weight and keep it off. The main purposes of these programs are to help people shed unwanted pounds and kick off a new, healthier lifestyle that prevents them from becoming overweight or obese again in the future. 

Weight loss can improve your quality of life – and it can decrease your risk of certain diseases, including high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, cancer, sleep apnea, coronary heart disease and a wide range of other preventable illnesses. And for many people, it’s a matter of looking and feeling better.

People turn to CosMedic LaserMD for medically supervised weight loss in Ann Arbor. Our team has the knowledge and tools to help you reach your target weight – and we’re there with you every step of the way.

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How to Know if Medically Supervised Weight Loss is the Right Choice for You 

The best way to find out whether medically supervised weight loss is the right choice for you is to talk to an Ann Arbor doctor who can evaluate your situation. Your doctor will want to know about your history, including:

  • What may have contributed to your weight gain
  • How long you have tried to lose weight on your own
  • Whether you have any diseases or illnesses related to weight gain, or whether your weight gain has been caused by certain medications
  • Your past diet attempts
  • Your past weight history
  • Your psychological history

If a supervised program is the right choice for you, your doctor will complete your full medical history and send you to get lab testing. The testing is important to make sure the program is safe for you – and to make sure that your body can handle rapid medical weight loss.

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What Does Medically Supervised Weight Loss Include?

There are a variety of programs you can discuss with your doctor, including the Clean Start Weight Loss Program. Some programs work faster than others do, and some include hormone injections and B-complex injections that can help you lose unwanted weight quickly. These injections (such as HCG) can help ensure that you burn fat the way you’re supposed to, and they can only be administered by a licensed medical professional for safety reasons. 

Do You Have to Diet?

“Diet” is a terrible term. It implies that you’ll stop eating the things you like for a period of time, and then once you lose weight, you can go right back to them. That’s the reason most diets actually fail; people are too hard on themselves and then overdo it after they’ve lost their target amount of weight.

You won’t diet on a medically supervised weight loss program. You’ll change some of the things you eat – but not all of them (we promise, you can still have your favorite foods) – and you may play around with portion size. You’ll eat real food that you can buy in a grocery store, too; don’t worry about ordering special meals that get delivered to your front door. 

Ready to Talk About Medically Supervised Weight Loss in Ann Arbor?

If you’re not happy with the way you look, or if you’re concerned that your weight is impacting your health, we may be able to help.

Our Ann Arbor med spa can help you get the look you want, from clear and youthful skin to fat reduction. Call or text us at 734-249-8722 or fill out the form below to get in touch.

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