The specialists, nurses, and program managers at Doctor's Weight Clinic prove to clients that losing weight is never too lofty of a goal through the clinic’s individually tailored weight-loss programs based on each person’s physical health and target weight. After meeting privately with a weight-loss specialist to devise a plan of action, clients embark on the journey to a slimmer silhouette with the help of nutritional supplements, appetite suppressants, and fat-burning injections, which include lipotropic compounds and B vitamins that help stimulate the metabolism. In order to maximize the effectiveness of their plan, clients should follow a well-balanced diet and regularly bench-press a treadmill for exercise.
The staff at Tri Valley Medical Weight Control— recently voted the No.1 weight-loss clinic in Inland Empire by Press Enterprise—garners know-how from more than 30 years of weight-management support to help patients shed pounds through diet and slimming injections. The team measures patients' body composition and performs physicals before drawing up personalized plans. The staff members emphasize safety first; nutrition plans never drop below 1,200 calories, many dietary supplements are derived from natural ingredients, and the center is free of surprise trap doors. Clients can drop into the office anytime to pick up optional medications or get totally free tips, advice, and support.
Dr. Robert Skversky has been a doctor for more than 30 years, and a bariatric physician for the last 20—which means, in slightly less technical terms, that he currently specializes in treating obesity. He's quite good at it, too. He's appeared on The Today Show, Good Morning America, and The Dr. Oz Show, discussing his philosophy on long-term weight loss and maintenance.
At his office, Weight No More, he puts this talk into practice, crafting customized medical weight-loss plans for his patients. The plans eschew quick fixes, instead focusing on long-term regimens including combination drug therapy, exercise, and low-carb eating. This long-term focus aligns neatly with Dr. Skversky's core belief that obesity, like diabetes, is a chronic medical condition, and needs to be treated as one.
People have lots of different goals for their appearance. Some want to lose weight. Others worry about wrinkles or visible veins. Dr. Roland M. Fuertez, who is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and in Geriatrics, works with all of them. Under his supervision, technicians can recommend weight-loss supplements and injections or remove wrinkles with Botox and other products.
For more than four decades, Soboba Medical Group's physicians have funneled their expertise into weight loss and nutrition, led by board-certified internist Dr. Allen Jay. Their custom treatment plans, based on each client’s history and weight-loss goals, incorporate medications such as nutritional supplements and lipotropics. Each plan facilitates initial weight loss, but also aids with long-term physical maintenance, preventing damaging yo-yo dieting.
To complement the weight-loss programs, the center offers supplementary treatments. Body wraps with vitamin B12, for example, are designed to relax and re-energize clients.
Dr. Frederick L. Stafford leads the team at Contours as they reshape physiques and rejuvenate skin. Fat-trimming procedures take the form of high-tech VelaShape and Endermologie treatments or weight-loss programs and personal training. Facials and beauty injectables keep wrinkles at bay, while lasers blast unwanted hair, unsightly spider veins, and slanderous thought bubbles. Meanwhile, large windows grant clients picturesque views of adjacent Lake Mission Viejo, at once calming nerves and lifting spirits.