Medical Weight Management

Safe, sustainable, and medically supervised weight loss options

CRMC’s Medical Weight Management program specializes in patients who are seeking a long-term approach to weight loss. Our goal is to help you be successful in achieving long-term weight loss with improved health and self-esteem. 

Led by a Board-Certified Internal Medicine physician, CRMC’s team of experienced providers will help you move towards a healthier weight by designing a comprehensive, individualized treatment plan. As we assess your situation and design a treatment plan, we consider all the factors that are contributing to you being overweight. We understand there is more to weight gain than just calorie or exercise imbalance.

If you’ve struggled to lose weight on your own, CRMC’s Medical Weight Management program may be your path to a healthier life. The program uses the latest evidence-based treatments for healthy weight management including lifestyle changes, exercise, medication, and surgery. You’ll find safe, sustainable, and medically supervised weight loss options to improve your overall health and decrease the severity of weight-related medical conditions. And, with the support of a team, you’ll identify the right tools and resources to maintain a healthy weight.

  • A healthy nutrition plan tailored to your specific needs
  • Exercise plan for weight loss
  • Dietary education and support
  • Coaching on portion control
  • Intensive behavioral therapy
  • Exercise capacity evaluation
  • Medication
  • Psychological counseling
  • Monthly visits to keep you on track
  • Weight loss surgery
  • Referral to other specialists:  Clinical Nutrition, Physical Therapy, Sleep Medicine, Cardiology, Pulmonology, Psychiatry, Surgery

Trying to lose weight is a life-long struggle for many. CRMC’s Clinical Nutrition team offers additional help and support for you in your effort to lose weight and improve your health. The team of registered dietitians and nurses at CRMC’s Clinical Nutrition department provide comprehensive nutrition care and counseling using food management and lifestyle strategies to optimize clinical outcomes. Registered dietitians work both one on one with patients and through group classes to best meet patient needs for behavior change, knowledge base, goal setting and lifestyle management of nutrition care.

An intensive behavioral therapy for obesity is a program for people who have a body mass index of 30 or above. Visits with the team provide you with personalized nutrition education and lifestyle coaching based on your health and weight loss goals.

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For many people, diet and exercise are simply not enough to achieve the kind of weight loss they need. If your weight is endangering your health and preventing you from doing the things you love, weight loss surgery could be your path to a healthier and more active life.

Weight loss or bariatric surgery works by limiting the amount of food you can eat at one time. It permanently alters the digestive tract so weight loss doesn’t depend on restrictive diets or unrealistic exercise programs. There are several types of weight loss surgeries available and your care team will help you select the right option. They’ll guide your through every step of your journey from pre-surgery prep to post-surgery recovery and support.

Find all the information you need and view an online seminar here.

Ready to reclaim your life with safe, sustainable weight management?

Weight management is about wellness and reclaiming your life. Make it happen with a safe, medically supervised weight-loss program that’s uniquely suited to you and your goals. At CRMC, we’ll help you achieve healthy weight loss with an expert team and ongoing support. Request a consultation today to discover medically supervised weight-management options that fit your life, today and in the future.

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