Weight Loss Management

Comprehensive Options for Weight Loss Management

Obesity in America is increasing steadily. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention currently identify more than 36 percent of Americans as obese and we know the medical consequences of obesity affect all areas of your health. Weight loss doctors at University Hospitals provide comprehensive medical weight loss solutions – and find the right one for your personal goals, including:

Minimally Invasive Solutions for Long Term Success

Our weight loss physicians use the latest minimally invasive advancements, including both surgical and non-surgical weight loss treatment options, to help patients experience safe and successful long-term weight loss to enjoy a healthier, more active lifestyle. Helping our patients find what works best for them for successful weight loss is our goal and our passion.

Proven Health Benefits with Weight Loss

Research has shown that long-term weight loss can significantly impact your health with positive benefits and improved quality of life. In fact, weight loss treatment can actually resolve obesity-related health problems, including:

  • High Cholesterol
  • Diabetes and high blood sugar
  • High blood pressure or hypertension
  • Infertility
  • Osteoarthritis pain
  • Sleep apnea
  • Some cancers
  • Urinary incontinence

Understanding Your BMI

Your body mass index, or BMI, indicates your weight level based on a ratio between height and weight. This BMI formula creates a standardized measurement as a guide to the impact your weight may have on your health risks. Our team of weight loss specialists will talk with you about your individual BMI and help you understand all of the medical weight loss solutions we offer.

If you have a significantly elevated BMI, you many not meet the qualifications for weight loss surgery immediately because of the higher risk based on your current weight. Our team will help you understand all of your weight loss choices and perhaps recommend approaching your weight loss goals through more of a phased approach.