Excess weight can be stubborn, like a lazy houseguest, an old dog, or a hopelessly romantic hangnail. Gather expert advice for sweet liberation with today’s Groupon: for $49, you get a weight-loss package at Dr. Rogers Weight Loss Center in Schertz (a $165 total value). The package includes the following:
- Four lipotropic B injections, which must be administered weekly for four consecutive weeks
- One initial nurse visit
- A weekly review of vitals and weight
- A body-composition analysis
- A patient-advocate consultation, completed over the phone or in person
The team of physicians and seasoned medical staffers at Dr. Rogers Weight Loss Center harnesses the power of science to get fitness seekers in finer fettle. After an initial nurse visit tests basic vital signs, a body-composition analysis measures body mass index, body-fat percentages, and basal metabolic rate, ensuring a healthy course of action and that no client is a lifelike robot masquerading as a human. Next, patients begin a regimen of lipotropic B injections, administered once a week for four weeks to set the stage for the body’s breakdown of fat. The injection’s tag-team of compounds and B vitamins jogs around interior pathways handing out care packages brimming with benefits such as increased metabolism and enhanced immune function. Weekly weigh-ins track your progress, and the program concludes with a patient-advocate consultation that arms newly thinned clients with information about the center’s other programs, opportunities to continue weight-loss regimens, and a week’s supply of microscopic scarecrows to chase away unwelcome fat cells.
Dr. Rogers Centers
Dr. Tamyra Rogers could not have predicted how spending time on a Navajo reservation would shape her multifaceted approach to weight loss. After spending a year as chief resident at The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Dr. Rogers directed the metabolic clinic at the Tuba City Indian Medical Center in Arizona. She helped build a wellness center for the Navajo Nation and chaired a program to fight the growing diabetes epidemic. During her time there, she gained an appreciation of the community's holistic health-care philosophy.
Today, Dr. Rogers combines her background in traditional Western medicine with weight-loss strategies that address each person as a whole rather than two children in disguise. Dr. Rogers's team of personal trainers and group fitness instructors complement her own fitness knowledge, which stems from playing college basketball.