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ADAPTING YOUR CMWL PROGRAM FOR REMOTE CARE

Posted on April 20, 2020 by Leave a comment

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blog_staystrongAs the US continues to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, it???s clear that we all need to find ways to adapt to a new daily routine that not only keeps us safe from infection but helps us achieve sustainable good health and happiness. One of the benefits of the CMWL program is the personalized care you receive from your provider and center staff. We understand that COVID-19 CDC guidelines and government stay-in-place orders place stress on these relationships and ultimately your ability to stay on track towards your medical weight loss goals.

In the spirit of adaptation, we wanted to make you aware of some options you have access to as part of your CMWL program that can keep your connection intact and keep you motivated to keep going.

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Welcome to The Center for Medical Weight Loss Blog!

Posted on October 11, 2010 by 1 Comment

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I started my medical career with dreams of contributing my skills to healing illness and improving the lives of my patients. However, as I got into my day-to-day practice, I quickly learned that I was not satisfied with the approach the medical community took to treating preventable diseases, such as high blood pressure, hypertension, and type 2 diabetes. The common response to these conditions is often to prescribe medication, often multiple prescriptions at a time.

I also realized that most of my patients who suffered from preventable diseases had one thing in common ??? they were all overweight or obese. I realized that if I were able to treat their weight issues, then the other conditions would improve or disappear altogether. And I learned that weight loss was more than just proper diet and exercise. Weight is a medical issue, both physiological and psychological, and it needs to be treated as such. No two people are alike, and that is reflected in a person’s ability to lose weight and keep it off in the long-term.

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