Change your life today with our Medical Weight Loss treatments

According to the American Heart Association, losing weight can lead to a higher quality-of-life.

Whether you have an underlying health condition like hypothyroidism, age-related hormone imbalances, or other weight inducing problems,

Optimized Health can provide you with a personalized solution to jump start your weight loss journey.
Optimized Health offers a new, personalized, non-surgical science-based approach to losing weight and improving fitness. In addition to ongoing medical supervision and assistance, we empower patients with the knowledge and skills to proactively manage their own health. Our program goes beyond calorie counting to create a program you can maintain for life.
Those that aren’t seeing their desired results at the gym or after dieting are ideal candidates for the medical weight loss programs at Optimized Health. Whether you need to lose 10 or 110 pounds, we can help you reach your weight loss goals. Our medical team will develop a customized program that will help you lose weight and transition into a healthier lifestyle.
Obesity is an increasing problem. According to the National Institute of Health, 60% of American adults are overweight and 35% are considered obese, while about 25% of children are overweight or obese.
And the numbers are raising. In fact, if current trends continue, more than half of Americans are likely to be obese by 2030.
Medical weight loss is a weight management program that allows a medical professional to evaluate and target the main cause of weight gain in a particular patient.
A medical weight loss specialist will assess:
  • What causes a patient to experience weight gain
  • Why they struggle to reduce their weight
  • How they can safely and effectively lose weight
Once the underlying problem is uncovered, the specialist will work with a nutritionist to create an exercise regimen and nutritious diet plan, as well as recommend any additional supplementation to help the patient lose weight without the use of surgery. The goal of medical weight loss is to help the patient achieve and maintain a long-term healthy body.
First, medical weight loss is non-surgical and helps you take control of your weight-related health concerns. Better yet, health professionals are there to guide you every step of the way, ensuring that you are never alone in your weight loss journey. They provide scientifically-based health and exercise recommendations to help you achieve your goals.
Finally, for the duration of your program and in the future to come, you will begin to experience the other notable benefits that go hand in hand with weight loss, including but not limited to, mental clarity, physical aptitude, and lifestyle enhancement.
Simply put, our metabolism converts food into energy. It also helps our bodies burn fat and maintain a healthy weight. However, in many cases, our metabolism may slow down as we age and fat will become harder to burn.
Medical weight loss scientifically targets the cause of the metabolic slow-down and allows our medical professionals to create a plan to help you overcome stubborn fat. Whether a hormonal imbalance is at the root of the problem or another hidden medical issue such as hypothyroidism is to blame, medical weigh loss will uncover it.
Even if there are no underlying medical issues involved, our weight loss programs promote accountability and challenge the patient to recognize and overcome any obstacles standing in their way of a better quality of life.
Medical weight loss helps you lose weight without the use of surgery. Along with exercise and nutrition, these programs may include appetite suppressants, vitamin injections, HCG, and other bioidentical hormone therapy.
Our bodies are made up of vital nutrients, such as proteins, fats, and minerals. A body composition test breaks down these components, puts them into their designated categories, analyzes their ratios in our body, and examines whether or not we have too much of one group in comparison to another.
For instance, a body composition test might look at our overall percentage of fat compared to our body height and weight. This examination will tell us if and by how much we need to improve our body mass score.
When it comes to medical weight loss, the body composition test is the first crucial step to understanding how weight affects our physical wellbeing and exactly how much weight we might need to lose.
02. HCG
HCG, or Human Chorionic Gonadotropin, is a naturally occurring hormone in both men and women; however, high levels of this hormone are most commonly found in pregnant women.
For medical weight loss, many patients opt to use this hormone as an aid to achieve their weight loss goals. Here’s how.
HCG allows the body to consume 800-1,000+ calories a day from fat reserves, allowing for a weight loss of .5 lb to 1 lb a day. Since you consume so many calories from your internal fat stores, patients only need to eat very lean proteins, low glycemic fruits, and vegetables.
Men can lose 25-40 lbs in 6 weeks and women can lose 15-25 lbs. Patients follow a 6-week transition diet after the HCG treatment to ensure the weight loss is maintained and both diet and metabolism are properly restored.
Prescription, FDA-approved appetite suppressants are another safe and effective tool used for medical weight loss. If you struggle to maintain a healthy weight because bad cravings and the temptation of snacking kicks in, then appetite suppressants may be an option for you. This medical tool is used to:
  • Modify eating habits
  • Control food cravings
  • Regulate portion sizes
This treatment ensures that your body receives the right nutrition for proper weight loss.
Vitamins are essential elements that our bodies need to build a strong immune system, reduce inflammation, boost our metabolism, increase our energy, and create a better foundation from the inside-out. Typically, we can get most of our key vitamins from a balanced daily diet.
However, dietary and/or absorption issues may prevent us from reaching optimal nutrient levels. In cases like these, FDA-approved vitamin injections provide our bodies with an enriching boost of these crucial minerals that can help to stimulate healthy weight loss.
Results vary between each person and depend on the type of program your Optimized Health specialist recommends. Your medical weight loss team will provide you with a comprehensive weight loss plan with accomplishable weekly goals.
Many patients start to see results after their first week of treatment, while more drastic results occur within the first few months.
Since each medical weight loss program is customized to the patient, prices may vary. Patients have the ability to choose between different types of medical weight loss packages and may choose to purchase an inclusive package.
Pay as you go financing options are also available. Schedule a free consultation to learn more about pricing.
Men’s testosterone levels can start to drop as early as their early 20s. A decrease in testosterone can
result in unwanted symptoms such as low libido, reduced muscle mass, impaired memory, slow
metabolism, and fatigue.
With Optimized Health, you can achieve your health goals and create a vibrant, more fulfilling lifestyle.
Testosterone is a type of male hormone known as an androgen. Like other androgens, testosterone
encourages the development of male features and characteristics, such as facial hair, deep voice, and dense muscle mass. This hormone also affects your drive and performance making your testosterone levels an integral component of the male body.
Although low levels of testosterone can be produced by both healthy men and women in the adrenal
gland, the main source of testosterone production is found in the male gonads, known as the testes.
Also referred to as testicles, testes are sex glands found in the male reproductive system. In fact, the
word ‘testosterone’ originates from the Latin root ‘testis,’ which means testicles.
There are a multitude of health benefits of balanced testosterone levels in men, including the
  • Higher metabolism
  • Improved muscle tone
  • Heart health
  • Good blood
  • Stronger performance
  • Improved sex drive
  • Better memory and mood
As you can see, it is important to have the proper amount of testosterone in your body to function
properly. However, what happens if you experience a testosterone imbalance?
Testosterone levels peak in your late teens to early twenties, which is when you are at your physical and mental high. However, levels quickly decline after that point, causing a multitude of changes that gradually increase with age. By the time you enter the third decade of life, you may begin to notice the inevitable changes in your body that occur due to the aging process
Common symptoms of Low Testosterone include:
  • Reduced Libido
  • Reduced Muscle Mass
  • Weight Management Issues
  • Increased body fat
  • Poor Sleep Quality
  • Loss of Focus
  • Irritability and Mood Swings
  • Depression
Unlike in women, men do not have a clear-cut signpost marking the transition into andropause, as testosterone levels can begin to drop every year starting at age 25. Often, the symptoms of imbalanced hormones in men are merely considered the signs of aging. The good news is, advances in testosterone replacement therapy for men make this imbalance easily correctable.
Because the decline in testosterone levels is slow, physical changes occur very gradually. Yet, these changes can dramatically affect your quality of life and well-being. More importantly, decreased testosterone levels, whether due to aging or other conditions, may put you at risk for serious health problems such as heart disease and weak bones.
At Optimized Health, our professional medical team offers several safe and effective Low Testosterone treatments, including Testosterone Replacement Therapy and HGH/Peptide Therapy.
Testosterone Replacement Therapy is a simple procedure that puts vital testosterone back into your body. Testosterone is administered as a weekly injection or pellet.
A pellet is the size of a grain of rice and is implanted under the skin in a simple, in-office procedure – this method lasts 5-6 months per insertion and can be preferable as the release of testosterone consistent throughout the duration of the pellet.
Testosterone can be administered in creams, injections, sublingual tablets, and pellets. The method you use will depend on the option you and your doctor decide will work best for your lifestyle.
Testosterone administration can be applied daily, weekly, or every 6 months.
Optimized Health will be actively involved in patient care and communicate with appropriate frequency and methods to ensure patients are benefiting from their personalized concierge medical program.
We specialize in discreet consultations and examinations by providers who only treat men’s health issues. There are not many reasons a man shouldn’t be able to enjoy a healthy sex life at any age.

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Increased arterial elasticity and wall thickness

Improved blood pressure

Improved muscle mass

Improved lipid function
Reduced visceral fat mass

Increased bone strength

Improvement in mood, energy and sense of well-being

Improved liver function and decreased inflammation

Improved sex-drive and erectile function

Increased insulin sensitivity and decreased insulin resistance