Weight Loss Program
Requirements to participate are strictly enforced
Your BMI must be greater than 30 or 27 with 2 comorbid conditions such as high blood pressure, elevated cholesterol levels, uncontrolled glucose levels.
Get your free BMI check here:https://www.cdc.gov/healthyweight/assessing/bmi/adult_bmi/english_bmi_calculator/bmi_calculator.html
You have to be established as a primary care patient in order to participate in our weight loss program.
Weight loss services are not covered by insurance. There are some instances where you can qualify for coverage of medications if certain parameter's are met, but weight loss in general is not covered under insurance benefits.
Listed, is the CASH PAY weight loss medication option that can be used alone or in combination with our lipotropic injections. Please note: You do have to be an established primary care patient in order to do any weight loss.
It is delivered directly to the patient's house:
1mg vial - $185
2mg vial - $200
5mg vial - $240
* Pricing does not include the visit cost which is $50.
Information on Lipotropic (fat burning) Injections
MICC- is a special lipotropic fat burning combination of methionine, inositol, choline, and B12. Each of these ingredients help the body turn fat into energy and are also powerful antioxidants. MICC injections are often used in weight loss regimens as well as to promote healthy cell function and increased energy. *Recommended Dosage: 1ML intramuscularly weekly
Components of the MICC
Methionine: Helps break down sugars & carbohydrates and convert to energy. Building block for protein synthesis. Inositol: Converts food to energy. Also has a calming effect and has shown to reduce panic attacks. Choline: Healthy nerve cells, cuts muscle recovery time, helps convert fat to energy Cyanocobalamin (B12): Increases energy and metabolism. Plays a key role in the normal function of the brain and nervous system
Injection pricing $20 an injection or $150 for vial with 10 doses and supplies for home injection.
CASH PAYMENT ONLY INSURANCE DOES NOT COVER LIPOTROPIC INJECTIONS
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