Brandon Weight Loss's approach to dropping pounds can be summarized in a three-step flowchart: break, adopt, enjoy. "Break" refers to the process of weaning off bad habits, whether they're related to eating unhealthy foods or eating healthy foods covered in powdered sugar. Clients then "adopt" personalized plans that cover nutrition, exercise, and prescribed medications, such as metabolism-boosting injections of vitamin B12. Finally, they "enjoy" the results of the program, which is meant to become a sustainable part of their everyday lifestyle.
Of course, the flowchart is an oversimplified version of the process. Board-certified physicians work with nutrition and weight-loss coaches to ensure that each weight-loss program is a multi-pronged strategy for eliminating fat. The holistic method begins with detailed tests and consultations that determine the client's goals. Coaches then prescribe a combination of dietary planning, medications, and exercise—both cardio- and resistance-based. Their advice adjusts to suit different lifestyles, and remains flexible to account for challenges. For example, they come up with recovery plans in case clients begin to gain weight again, and recommend alternative exercises for those who don't go to the gym, including walking, jogging, and even vacuuming the house.
In a field that sees only 100 new graduates each year, Dr. Obinna Nwobi further distinguishes himself by considering all options for treating vascular conditions to limit hospital stays and recovery times. Together with his staff, he uses surgical, nonsurgical, and minimally invasive methods to treat existing conditions, and educates patients on preventive health to limit risk factors—including obesity, high blood pressure, and smoking. His Doppler-ultrasound-equipped laboratory also limits discomfort when screening patients for strokes, aneurysms, and tolerance for knock-knock jokes. In addition to treating patients across his four office locations, Dr. Nwobi has donated his time and talents to performing life-saving surgery for medical missions in Nigeria.
Housed inside Meadows Medical Solutions, Body Contours by Zach zeros in on a singular focus: helping clients achieve slimmer silhouettes. But rather than surgery or a potter's wheel, the practice's technician relies on ultrasonic cavitation to sculpt bodies. The noninvasive technology specifically targets deposits of fat, bombarding the cells with energy and causing them to release their contents of water and triglycerides. Since the contents are then whisked away for disposal by the body, the treatments can help shrink the cells and contour difficult-to-tone areas. Beyond ultrasonic cavitation, the practice also offers radio frequency therapy to help tighten the skin.
The health and beauty specialists at Florida Aesthetics and Medical Weight Loss understand that there are many different facets to feeling good about your appearance. Instead of devoting themselves to just one type of treatment, the center's professionals help guests deal with all aspects of their bodies. Weight loss programs help people get rid of unwanted pounds, letting them feel more comfortable in their own skin. Facial services such as microdermabrasion treatments and chemical peels make mugs shine with youthful luster, while medical procedures such as Botox and Juvederm smooth away wrinkles and restore elasticity to sagging skin.
Dr. William Meadows is dedicated to helping his patients feel their best, inside and out. That's why he helms both the more health-oriented Meadows Medical Solutions and its fraternal twin sister practice, Elan Med Spa. Here, the doctor and his staff focus on guests' aesthetic goals, removing unwanted hair with lasers and smoothing fine lines with Botox or dermal fillers. They also specialize in weight loss programs, which combine medical exams, nutrition plans, and supplements to help clients adopt healthier lifestyles.
Led by a team of board-certified plastic surgeons, PREMIERE Center for Cosmetic Surgery helps clients to combat encroaching signs of aging and restore self-confidence with surgical and nonsurgical aesthetic treatments. Precise injections ease wrinkles or restore volume in the skin, making faces less crinkly and easier to lay flat on the Xerox machine. Complexions are further enhanced by services including peels, microdermabrasion, and medical-grade facials. Patients looking for more intensive transformations can consult with surgeons, whose skilled hands perform lifts, tucks, and reconstructive procedures.