Being overweight can be frustrating, especially if your weight problems have led to health problems such as diabetes, high blood pressure, or heart disease. Those who are overweight can experience everything from social isolation to lack of energy to low self-esteem.

Though many are able to lose the weight they want to through lifestyle changes including exercise and changes to their diets, others simply find it difficult to achieve their weight loss goals without some medical help. One of our approaches to successful weight loss is through the regulation of appetite while helping you initiate changes to your lifestyle via exercise and nutritional habits.

If you have tried changing your lifestyle and diet and have also explored other weight loss options to no avail, you may benefit from the short-term use of the drug Phentermine. Phentermine (Adipex-P) is an inexpensive drug used to decrease appetite. When indicated, it is used with a reduced calorie diet and exercise to help you lose weight. It is more popular than comparable drugs. It is available in generic and brand versions. It is not covered by most Medicare and insurance plans, and not right for everyone. 

**According to the manufactures of phentermine capsules and tablets, its products are contraindicated in patients with cardiac disease, advanced arteriosclerosis, renal impairment, moderate to severe hypertension, agitated states, anorexia, hyperthyroid disorder, or glaucoma. 

 In our clinic, practitioners personally oversee a comprehensive plan with the patient to achieve realistic goals and outcomes on the way to maximum weight loss; in that way, and only in that way, can we deliver the best medically assisted weight loss available.