What Is a Medical Weight Loss Program?
Losing weight with diet and exercise alone may not generate the results some patients desire. In many cases, weight gain is due to hormonal imbalances or metabolic factors. Frisco, TX family nurse practitioner Katherine Johnson knows exactly how difficult living with weight gain can be. She successfully lost over 60 pounds and uses an individualized, metabolic approach to helping her patients achieve their own weight loss goals. Medically supervised weight loss programs are designed to address health issues that contribute to weight gain. If you are struggling with your weight, schedule a visit with Katherine at Johnson Family Medical, and learn how you can take back your body, health, and confidence!
Weight Loss Program Reviews
"I have been going to Johnson Family Medical and working w/ Katherine for three months on my personal weight loss journey to better health. Katherine, Alma & Leti are so professional all the while treating you like family and encouraging you through your ups and downs. I fully recommend Johnson Family Medical for all of your health needs!"- R.A. / Facebook / Jul 05, 2019
How Does Medical Weight Loss Work?
During your medical weight loss consultation, Katherine will talk with you about your medical history and may run diagnostic tests to gain a better understanding of your metabolic health. She will then put together a plan that includes dietary recommendations, vitamins and supplements, and medications or weight loss injections (as needed) to help you safely reach your goals. Your phased weight loss plan will be designed to help you lose weight, continue dropping pounds while transitioning off any medications, and maintain your results. It may also include weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, or quarterly office visits at our Frisco, TX practice to monitor your progress.
Frequently Asked Questions about Weight Loss Programs
Who is a candidate for a weight loss program?
Candidates for a weight loss program are those who have a difficult time losing weight, even with regular exercise and a healthy diet. If you fall under this category, Katherine Johnson, FNP-C can curate an appropriate program for you. With advanced diagnostic testing and a thorough evaluation, she can identify any underlying concerns to help accelerate weight loss.
Will I need to exercise during my weight loss program?
In order to aid in your weight loss, it is strongly advised that you stick with a regular exercise regimen. Not only can exercise help with weight loss, but it is also optimal for your overall health, including heart and bone health. Talk with Katherine Johnson during your consultation if you have any concerns about exercise, such as a preexisting injury.
When can I expect to see results during my weight loss program?
Weight loss results can take time. However, if you follow your program effectively, you can expect to notice consistent changes over time. If your program is not proving to be effective for you, Katherine can make the necessary adjustments to your treatment plan.
Plan Your Procedure
- Average Cost
- $75 - $250
- How Long It Takes
- 10-20 minutes
- Follow Up Time
Personalized Weight Loss Solutions
Partnering with a healthcare professional who understands your struggle with weight gain can make a difference in your overall results. Katherine can customize a medical weight loss plan to help you lose weight in a way that best meets your needs. To get started on your weight loss journey, contact Johnson Family Medical in Frisco, TX. We can help you set up your in-person or telehealth visit and talk with you about the convenient payment plans accepted at our office.
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