Medical Weight Loss - Dr. Fisher’s Medical Weight Loss Centers

Medical Weight Loss

Advantages of Medical Weight Loss

A physician can prescribe many weight loss techniques, but these tools are different than the ones you’ll find in commercial diet programs. A physician measures progress on a scientific scale by measuring body composition and metabolism. They don’t believe in rough visuals, but in a calculated process that is tailored to your body. They’ll also be able to recommend the most appropriate exercise program. This way, you can lose weight safely and without any negative side effects.

Behavior modification

Behavior modification is a structured method for improving lifestyle habits, including eating and physical activity. Several common behaviors related to weight are targeted with this technique, which aims to increase a person’s awareness of them and provide them with a sense of control. The techniques also provide support and help them set realistic goals for achieving these changes. For example, a parent can use the techniques of a reward system to encourage their child to eat healthy food and avoid overeating.

Behavioral theories explain why obesity occurs. A behavioral program involves learning the triggers and motivations of overeating and gradually substituting healthy behaviors. It involves collaboration with primary health care providers and therapists to develop a personalized treatment plan for each patient. This process includes exercises, nutrition education, and social support. A key component of behavioral programs is determining which strategies are most effective, including the frequency and duration of those activities.

Exercise recommendations

While medical weight loss programs usually focus on reducing a person’s body weight, a physical activity program should also include regular exercise to maintain overall health. The benefits of regular exercise go far beyond weight management. Physical activity can also help to regulate blood pressure, reduce depression, and manage anxiety. A healthy overall approach that encompasses more than just fat loss but overall good health.

Walking, jogging or running are great exercises for losing weight. Cardio exercises can be done anywhere and are free. You can walk around your neighborhood on your lunch break, jog 20 minutes on a treadmill, or train for a short race. Regardless of the form, you can always modify the intensity of your workout to meet your needs and your body’s capabilities. Aim for at least thirty minutes of exercise each day.

Appetite suppressants

If you are overweight and have trouble losing weight, appetite suppressants may be the right option for you. These drugs help curb appetite and kick-start your weight loss efforts. Your healthcare provider can recommend an appetite suppressant that will work best for you. Although appetite suppressants are temporary, their effects will eventually wear off after a few months. To achieve long-term weight loss, you should also incorporate a healthy diet and exercise plan.

There are several prescription appetite suppressants on the market, It is most commonly used along with a behavior change program, reduced-calorie diet, and exercise. Despite its limited effectiveness, this medication can help people change their habits and lose weight.

Understand that weight loss is a comprehensive approach and not a quick one-step strategy. Look at your overall goals and we can help find multiple ways to help you achieve them.

About Dr. Fisher’s Medical Weight Loss & Aesthetic Centers

Our medical providers are the heart of our clinic. They take the time to hear your concerns and treat you as a person — not a diagnosis. Our physicians have diverse backgrounds/specialties and are dedicated to providing the most up-to-date, high-quality medicine you’ll find anywhere. Take a moment to learn more about our medical team. To schedule a Free Consultation at one of our 4 weight loss centers, give us a call or use our online scheduler. At Dr. Fisher’s Medical Weight Loss & Aesthetic Centers, Philadelphia’s leading center for losing weight and looking great, we understand the frustrations associated with failed attempts to shed those unwanted pounds and offer a safe, medical solution that is proven to work!

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    157-161 Bustleton Pike
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    Philadelphia, PA 19148
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