Physicians Weight Loss Centers’ doctors and counselors help clients slim down with a quartet of medically minded diet plans that drive away excess pounds while maintaining proper nutrition and lean muscle mass. Their programs range from aggressive, ultra-low-calorie plans to more flexible, high-energy plans that employ a slow and steady approach. One-on-one encouragement from these professionals helps bolster willpower, and premade shakes make meal preparation easier than stealing baby carrots from a baby bunny.
Like building a home, losing weight involves the interlocking of several pieces. The weight-loss architects at Physicians Weight Control build healthy physiques upon four pillars. Diet plans personalized to the client’s lifestyle control intake of nutrients and fat, fueling the clinic's aerobic-exercise plans. The last two pillars—appetite suppressants and vitamin supplements—combine to keep energy levels up and re-create the rush of swallowing a candy bar whole once the client starts eating smaller meals.
Specializing in noninvasive fat-loss treatments, the experts at Collegeville Medical Weight Loss Center offer multiple methods to help clients achieve the body they're aiming for. Their central treatment, Laser-Like Lipo, is fast and pain free. During the procedure, a cold laser light is applied directly to the skin, which causes fat cells to open up and release their contents before the body naturally disposes of them. Each session is about 7 to 14 minutes long and a full cycle of treatments takes about three to six weeks. The Collegeville center also offers nutritional counseling, whole body vibration, and HVS detox, which helps remove toxins from the body and lures away any poisonous snakes that may have been nesting in the hair.
At Connelly Chiropractic, Dr. Michael Connelly transcends the practice of targeting symptoms. Instead, he investigates each patient's nervous system until he has found the root cause of their pain as well as indicators of future pain. Then, he applies noninvasive, drug-free chiropractic techniques such as spinal adjustments, massages, and nutrition counseling designed to stimulate the body's self-healing properties.
When she was a host of Philadelphia morning news program “Eye Opener,” Marlie Hall consumed her fair share of coffee, donuts, and other breakfast goodies. Between her love for food, her job, and her lifestyle though, she didn’t think she could ever drop the weight she had put on from those treats. But through her efforts, she surprised herself—and the staff of the weight loss clinic—by losing 21 pounds. In her video testimony, she also attributes much of her success to her program’s herbal supplements, which she says curbed her appetite and filled her with energy.
Marlie’s journey is much like other success stories shared by Soza Clinic clients who have chosen its medically supervised weight loss programs. Based on client needs, a program may include nutritional counseling, personal training, and psychological or psychiatric counseling. Clients may also benefit from vitamin B12 injections or other products that can help boost energy and increase metabolism. Along with specific programs, the clinic also offers skin-tightening and body-contouring treatments that use radio frequency energy to stimulate lymphatic drainage and shrink fat cells.
Husband-and-wife duo James and Joyce Moore combine strength, cardio, and core training into a boot-camp program designed to eat away at unwanted bodily excess. A free body diagnostic jump-starts the boot-camp experience, as does the four-week meal plan, grocery list, and recipes that participants receive to give them the energy for their exercise routine and the strength to stand up to animate platters of cheese. A cardio-blast routine included in the package takes place at the end of the class and lasts 15 minutes, giving attendees an extra heart high-five before they leave. Classes are currently offered Monday through Thursday evenings (5 p.m., 6 p.m. classes), Monday through Friday mornings (5:30 a.m., 6:30 a.m., 7:30 a.m. classes) and Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons at 12 p.m.