Who benefits from non-surgical/medical weight loss?

Those who have BMI of 30 or higher because it can reduce the risk of other serious medical conditions. Medical weight loss is a regimented, supervised process. This means there are many people who can benefit from this type of weight loss: adults, patients and dieters. Adults might find medical weight loss helpful if they have been unsuccessful with other diets or programs in the past. Patients might need it for health reasons such as diabetes or high blood pressure while dieters may want to jump-start their journey before reaching an unhealthy BMI level.

What makes us different?

Dr. Duane Fredericks, a bariatric surgeon, is an expert in weight loss and has hands-on experience in weight management. After years of surgically assisting people in achieving their weight loss goals, he believes that there is no better time to provide people with non-surgical ways to lose weight and keep the weight off with management supplements and proper nutrition.

Dr. Fredericks and his team will provide the assessment, treatment, guidance, and medical support necessary to help you achieve weight loss and maintain it long term.

What is the best way to lose weight and keep it off long-term?

Losing weight and keeping it off is a challenge that many people face. However, there are ways to make this process easier and more attainable. For example, eating healthy foods in the right portions can help you lose weight without feeling deprived or hungry all of the time.

Additionally, getting regular exercise not only helps but also boosts your mood and energy levels so that you feel good about yourself too! If you want to learn more about losing weight long-term, read more here.

What should my daily caloric intake be for optimum health and weight loss?

For optimum health and weight loss, it is important to have a daily caloric intake that is just right for you. This amount will be different for each person, depending on their age, gender, height, weight and activity level. The number of calories you need every day depends on the energy your body uses up when you are at rest or sleeping.

Your calorie needs can also change if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. To find out how many calories you should eat per day to lose weight safely without losing muscle mass or feeling fatigued, make an consultation appointment with our medical professional about an individualized goal that will maximize reaching your weight goal efforts.

Why can't I seem to lose weight no matter what I try?

It can be frustrating trying to lose weight. You may have tried a new diet, exercise routine, or even take some kind of tea supplement but nothing seems to work! Read here to see how FDA-approved pharmaceutical options can benefit you.

When will my metabolism return to normal after losing a lot of weight quickly?

After you lose a lot of weight quickly, your metabolism slows down to help prevent further weight loss. You begin to feel hungrier after eating less and burning fewer calories. Your body wants to return to its original state as much as you want it back too! However, there is good news: scientists have found that the sooner you get active again after losing a lot of weight, the more likely it will be for your metabolism to return to normal.

To ensure the proper balance, make a consultation appointment with our medical professional about an individualized goal that will ensure the weight will not return and you do not incur other health issues in the process that will affect weight management.

Why am I not losing any weight after being on this diet for so long?

Many people are surprised to learn that dieting can actually be more harmful than helpful. This is because restrictive diets often lead us to overeat and binge on unhealthy foods when we finally do get the chance. Non-surgical FDA-approved pharmaceutical weight loss options don't require you to cut out any food groups or deprive yourself of anything, but instead teach you how your body works so you can find a way of eating that feels right for YOU.

What are some of the most common myths about weight loss surgery?

Some of the most common misconceptions about weight loss surgery are: 1) You'll never be hungry again. 2) All your food cravings will go away. 3) Your metabolism will spike, and you'll lose tons of weight in a short amount of time. 4) The weight will not come back. 5) You will not have to work out to keep the weight off if you eat less.

Does Omega Weight Loss Center accept insurance? If so, which ones?

We accept major insurance carriers like: Aetna, Signa, Horizon Blue Cross, and Blue Shield. Our billing process is easy and convenient so you can receive our services.