- 30 Day Supply FDA Approved Appetite Suppressant Medications like:
- Vitamin B-12 Injection Therapy
- Consult With Medical Doctorwith Thomas Duffield, M.D.
- Personal Diet & Exercise Program designed by Michael Kenny, D.C.
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Medically Supervised Weight Loss In Philadelphia & Bucks County
Medical Weight Loss Philadelphia
7439 Frankford Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19136
Philadelphia Weight Loss Patients Please Call: 215-821-7336
In Bucks County
1200 Bustleton Pike, Suite 9
Feasterville, PA 19053
Call: 215-821-7336 in Bucks County
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for Weight Loss Patients At All Location
Medical Weight Loss Diet Doctors
You can have fast safe and healthy weight loss at The Weight Loss Centers of Dr. Duffield and Dr. Kenny. Patient’s tell us we are the best weight loss program in Philadelphia and Bucks County. Our goal is to help you lose weight, look and feel great. We strive to help you lose lbs and inches so you can fit into your skinny jeans again.
Right now…Imagine how you will FEEL and the Compliments you will HEAR in a few weeks when your family and friends SEE the NEW YOU!
Most of our patients have failed in the past at trying to lose weight. They even failed to lose weight with other weight loss programs.
But on our program they are losing weight, feeling good and looking even better.
Top Benefits of Losing Weight
Boost Your Energy.
Enhanced Sex Life.
Less Pain from Arthritis, Knee and other Joint Pain.
Decreased Back Pain.
Reduce Risk of Diabetes.
Lower Blood Pressure.
Reduce Risk of Heart Attack.
Reduce Risk for Colon and Breast Cancer.
Reduce Risk of Dementia
Improve Heart Health.
A Healthier Gall Bladder and Liver.
You Will Feel Better.
Besides referrals from other Medical Doctors most of our patients come from referrals from happy patients who we have helped achieve their weight loss goals. In fact we have probably helped one of your family members or friends become slimmer and healthier.
Let us help you make the NEW YOU!
Let us walk side by side with you on your weight loss journey.
Dr. Duffield and Dr. Kenny specialize in healthy approaches to weight loss. We use FDA approved appetite suppressant medication, FDA approved weight loss tablets, Vitamin B12 injections, meal replacements and custom designed diet and exercise weight loss programs.
Each patient is evaluated by the Medical Doctor and then given a custom plan for weight loss that may include weight loss tablets that can decrease your appetite and an energy boosting Vitamin B12 injection.
We also can provide meal replacement shakes as well as nutritional cleansing programs if needed.
Call about our All Inclusive $100.00 Rapid Start Weight Loss Program for new patients.
Does This Describe You?
Are you one of those people who take forever to lose weight only to gain it all back in a week or two?
Are you one of those people who just can’t seem to lose weight?
Or are you one of those people who don’t have enough energy to even get out of bed in the morning?
How would you like to take your weight off safely and permanently without crazy diets or over strenuous exercise, all under the supervision of a Medical Doctor?
We can help you.
Achieving and maintaining life long weight loss comes down to making the right choices and a new lifestyle.
Our program helps to decrease your appetite and allows you to make the right food choices.
Say goodbye to those midnight refrigerator raids and desperate starvation trips to fattening fast food restaurants.
We will guide you in making the right food choices. You will have that energy boost to get out of bed in the morning and when the time is right to begin a walking exercise program.
Studies have shown that walking is one of the most effective and safest exercises when it comes to burning fat and building heart health.
We will provide sensible eating plans and guidelines and recommendations for meals.
We only use the safest and most effective weight loss protocols.
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What Medical Weight loss Programs are Offered?
Three Programs are Offered.
Weight Loss Medication Program is our First Program.
You can do the weight loss medication program by itself. You will be given medication and receive nutritional counciling. This can be a stand alone program. You can also do the medication program with our meal replacement programs listed below.
Program # 1:
Weight Loss Medication
Diet Pill Medication Program:
After his consultation the Doctor will give you the medication that he feels will be the most effective. Plus a B12 injection if needed.
Weight Loss Medication
Totally Controls your appetite
Eliminate Excessives Hunger
How Much Does It Cost?
Quick Start Beginner Program is $100.00 for 4 weeks. Everything is included. 30 Day supply of Appetite Suppressant Medication, Vitamin B12 Injection and Consult with Doctor.
These Medications can help you shed those unwanted pounds, keep them off and give you the power to eat what you want and enjoy yourself. As a bonus the medication also gives you a calm controlled energy boost to keep you alert during the times you need it most.
They reduce your Appetite & Your Sugar Cravings.
Side effects include dry mouth and constipation
Our goal is a patient that can maintain weight loss permanently. we only use the safest and most effective prescription and nonprescription appetite suppressants and dietary supplements available.
Medifast Meal Replcement Program
You Get To Eat 6 Meals a Day
No Counting Calories
No Counting Carbs
No Counting Points
All You Have To Do Is Eat & You Lose All The Weight You Want
The More You Eat The More You Lose
Program # 3:
Appetite Suppressant Diet Pill + Medifast Meal Replacement
Appetite Suppressant Medication
Totally Control Your Appetite
Eliminate Excessive Hunger
You Get To Eat 6 Meals a Day
No Counting Calories
No Counting Carbs
No Counting points
All You have To Do Is Eat & You Lose All The Weight You Want
We Provide The Best Of Traditional Mainstream Medicine (Dr. Duffield is a Medical Doctor) Using Pharmaceutical Medications (Appetite Suppressant Medications, Vitamin B12 Injections, etc…) Combined With The Best of Holistic Medicine (Nutrition, Diets and Exercise, etc…)
The multidisciplinary weight loss treatment program at the Philadelphia Weight Management Program is dedicated to providing the highest level of care to overweight individuals in a setting of clinical excellence.
Our medical weight loss program is easy, simple and to the point. We treat all of our patients like they are members of our family.
Being overweight can affect your entire life and health. From your health – high blood pressure – diabetes and your life style like being able to play with your children or enjoy walking through a park on a beautiful sunny day.
There are many reason that a person is overweight and most of the time it is not from a lack of effort. Our Philadelphia medical weight loss program uses a multidisciplinary team for treatment of being overweight, obesity or even if you only need to lose 10 to 20 lbs.
Our weight loss patients have lost 20 lbs to over 90 lbs on our weight loss program. Each person is different so each weight loss plan is custom designed for each person. The goal of our Philadelphia medical weight loss management program is to provide the highest level of care for people who want to lose weight safely.
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Even though we our not surgeons and do not perform weight loss and bariatric surgery many people ask us about these surgeries So I decided to write this article in the hopes of giving you correct information. The most asked question I am asked is.
Weight Loss Bariatric Surgery is It For Me?
Bariatric surgery is an appropriate treatment option for patients with a BMI of greater than 40% or patients with a BMI of greater than 35% who also have other medical conditions placing them in a higher risk category for cardiovascular disease, such as hypertension, diabetes, high cholesterol, or previous heart attack or stroke. Bariatric surgery is the final treatment option when diet, exercise, and medication have failed to achieve the desired results. Very often health insurance companies will approve coverage of bariatric surgery after documented participation in a weight loss program that can include medications to lose weight.
There are several types of bariatric surgeries available. In the past (20 years ago or more) an open procedure was performed that basically bypassed part of the intestines so that food and nutrients could not be absorbed very well. As expected this had side effects ranging from food intolerances to nutritional deficiencies, and this is not performed currently. The most common types of current bariatric procedures are performed laparoscopically. The surgeon can either reduce the size of the stomach by stapling the stomach, placing a band around the stomach – sometimes adjustable, performing a sleeve procedure which permanently reduces the size of the stomach, or something similar, or they can reconnect the intestines so that food and nutrients are not as well absorbed (bypass). The type of procedure depends on the patient’s other health conditions, previous abdominal surgeries, and patient preference.
After surgery patients are started on a liquid diet and gradually advanced as tolerated. With procedures that reduce the size of the stomach it is necessary to eat smaller, more frequent meals. In general patients will experience bloating, nausea, and regurgitation if they try to eat beyond the limits of their stomach size. Occasionally additional procedures need to be performed to allow the stomach size to be larger due to patient intolerance. With procedures that bypass some of the intestines it is not uncommon to have food intolerances, especially fatty foods, and a more common adverse reaction is something called “dumping syndrome”. “Dumping syndrome” is an abrupt need to use the bathroom immediately after eating, very often with diarrhea, due to poor absorption of foods. Generally patients with bypass procedures also have certain vitamin needs, including monthly vitamin B-12 shots, and are unable to digest certain capsules and delayed-release medications. Often patients need adjustments in their day to day medications to accommodate these absorption problems.
It also should be noted that these are surgical procedures and carry the normal anesthesia and surgery risks, some of the more common being wound infections, pneumonia, and urinary tract infection. Depending on the procedure there is also the risk of incisional hernia which is a hernia of the surgical incision.
In conclusion, bariatric surgery is a good option for some patients who have not achieved successful results with aggressive diet and exercise, with or without weight loss medications. The results are a greater weight loss, but there are also more risks.