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What's Involved with Medically Supervised Weight Loss?

What's Involved with Medically Supervised Weight Loss?

Losing weight on your own can seem impossible, especially with all the conflicting information about which diets, workouts, and strategies work best. 

We say enough with the banter and the yo-yo dieting. 

The Prime Choice Family Clinic & Urgent Care team in Frisco, Texas, knows how important maintaining weight is to living a healthy life. That’s why we make medically supervised weight loss a key part of our primary care and wellness services

Here’s a closer look at what’s involved.

Who’s an ideal candidate?

Whether you’re at the beginning of your journey or have been trying to lose weight for years, we recommend medically supervised weight loss for anyone struggling to lose weight on their own.

Unfortunately, weight loss doesn’t come easily to everyone; sometimes, even your best efforts can be your undoing. 

For instance, you may not realize that the diet you’re on or the workouts you’re doing are working against your progress. 

And that’s where we come in.  

We spend time with you to better understand what’s keeping you from your weight loss goals. We discuss everything from your current habits to your family’s medical history to uncover your unique roadblocks. 

Then, we create a customized weight loss program to help you lose weight safely and efficiently. Depending on your needs, your program may include the following services. 

One-on-one health coaching

When you sign up for medically supervised weight loss with us, you don’t walk away with a handful of pamphlets and a few helpful tricks. Instead, you see us regularly so we can monitor your progress, give detailed advice, and adjust your program if and when necessary. 

Throughout your journey, you have access to our experts to ask questions and get all the education you need to make healthy changes that last. 

Behavioral modifications

You might think weight loss is all about diet and exercise, but more often than not, your struggle to lose weight stems from underlying behavioral issues. 

That’s why we look at how and when you eat, not just what you eat. This may mean controlling portions, curbing mindless eating, and ensuring you’re setting realistic goals. 

Changed behaviors combined with appropriate diet and exercise equate to better, longer-lasting results. 

Diet and exercise guidance

How many hours have you spent scrolling websites and blogs to find the right diet and exercise program? Your hunt is over.

Our team makes diet and exercise recommendations based on your needs — not what’s popular at the time. 

We even offer a pre-packaged meal replacement plan to help you with portion control and ensure that you’re getting adequate nutrition. 

Medical weight management

Many of our patients also benefit from taking medications that aid in weight loss. Most weight loss prescriptions work by decreasing your appetite or reducing the amount of fat your body absorbs. Others target your hormones and regulate your blood sugar levels, which can also help you feel fuller longer. 

If you’ve ever wished someone could walk into your life and pinpoint what you need (and don’t need) to lose weight, you’ve come to the right place. We have years of experience helping frustrated folks like you finally cross the finish line of their weight loss goals. 

When you’re ready to start, call 214-550-0911 or book a weight loss consultation online with Prime Choice Family Clinic & Urgent Care today. 



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