The Monument Health Weight Management team understands that losing weight is difficult. We have an experienced team of medical, surgical, neuropsychological and nutrition professionals to help you achieve your goals. Our highly trained team is dedicated to providing guidance and education throughout your weight-loss journey.
We work with you individually – considering previous weight-loss attempts, characteristics, habits, concerns and areas of need – to develop a program specifically tailored for you. We can help you with lifestyle changes as well as medical and surgical options.
What are the health risks associated with obesity?
There are more than 40 medical conditions associated with obesity. Individuals affected by obesity are at risk of developing one or more of these serious medical conditions, causing poor quality of life or, in severe cases, early death. The most prevalent obesity-related diseases include:
- Type 2 diabetes
- High blood pressure
- High cholesterol
- Heart disease
- Gallbladder disease
- Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
- Sleep apnea and respiratory problems
- Some cancers
Our Weight Loss Options
Our goal is to help you achieve a happier, healthier life through lifestyle modification. We will provide you with the knowledge, tools and confidence you need to maintain your healthy lifestyle for long-term results.
Please call us for more information on any of the following options:
- Medically supervised weight loss
- Preventative medicine counseling
- Meal replacement plans
- Nutrition and wellness counseling
- Pharmacotherapy for weight loss
- Bariatric surgery (weight loss surgery)
- Medical follow-up after bariatric surgery
- Lap-band adjustments and follow-up
- Cooking classes
- Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
If you have tried conventional weight management but did not achieve your weight-loss goal, weight loss medications may be an option.
Patients interested in weight loss medications must have an initial consultation with our medical provider to discuss the prescription medications available, their side effects and potential complications. If you are a candidate for weight-loss medications, you will begin working with our provider and dietitian on lifestyle changes necessary for long-term success.
Many people struggle to lose weight and keep it off. If your weight is starting to affect your health and your way of life, and you’ve tried other weight loss methods without success, it may be time to consider weight-loss (bariatric) surgery. Weight-loss surgery has been life-changing for many people. Is it right for you?