Medically Supervised Weight Loss


What is a medically supervised weight loss program?

Medically supervised weight loss programs are structured weight management programs that are overseen by healthcare professionals, such as nurse practitioners and dietitians. These programs are designed to provide a comprehensive approach to weight loss, focusing on both physical and mental well-being.
Each patient receives personalized assessments, including medical evaluations, body composition analysis, and health screenings. Based on the results, a healthcare professional develops a tailored weight loss plan that takes into account factors such as the individual’s overall health, lifestyle, and weight loss goals.

What is included in Revive 360 weight loss program?

All of Revive 360 medically supervised weight loss programs will include a combination of interventions, including dietary modifications/diet recommendations, physical activity recommendations, behavior therapy, and in some cases, medication or other medical treatments. Regular monitoring and follow-up appointments are essential parts of the program to track progress, address any concerns, and make necessary adjustments to the plan. An initial visit and follow up visit is always included in our programs.

What are the benefits with Revive 360 weight loss program?

The benefit of a medically supervised weight loss program is that it offers a structured and evidence-based approach to weight management, with the guidance and support of healthcare professionals who can provide expertise, monitor progress, and ensure the individual’s safety throughout the process. It can be particularly beneficial for individuals with complex health conditions or those who have struggled with weight loss in the past.

Revive 360 uses different modalities to reach your weightloss goals. With the implementation of weight loss medications to aid in your journey, we will individualize your program for the most optimal results.

What is Semaglutide?

Semaglutide is approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in treating obesity. In clinical trials, semaglutide has shown promising results in aiding weight loss when used in conjunction with diet and exercise. It works by reducing appetite, increasing the feeling of fullness, and helping individuals eat less.

How does it work?

Semaglutide belongs to a class of drugs called glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonists (GLP-1 RAs). Semaglutide works by increasing insulin secretion, reducing glucagon secretion, and slowing down the emptying of the stomach, which helps regulate blood sugar levels. It is typically prescribed as a once a week subcutaneous injection.
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